Transit, a popular and trusted public transportation app for iOS, has made its way to Android. It has public transportation routes for over 40 major cities.
It looks like the next iPhone will be bringing fingerprint scanning to the table. This leaves us wondering, which Android manufacturer will step up to the challenge and introduce their own implementation?
“Data artist” Eric Fischer and company MapBox teamed up to do something cool with big data: map the distribution of Android and iPhone users with tweets.
If Apple wants the continued support of carriers, they’ll probably have to soften their stance in regard to the iPhone. It’s the only device Apple requires support with, and the growing Android ecosystem is a large enough hurdle without having carrier roadblocks in addition.
According to a report from the Korea Economic Daily, Samsung is set to pair back up with Apple in order to supply 14nm Apple A9 chips for a next generation iPhone, which should be released sometime in 2015.
With so much going on in the world of Android, it’s often hard to sleep at night. Lovers of mobile tech around the world, with visions of even better devices, dancing in their heads. And why not? There is not a single other industry that is as intensely competitive, that yields massively improved technology each and every year. Anyway, I digress. Cannacord Genuity’s Mike Walkey recently released some findings that led him to alter up his outlook for the 2013. Whereas he had previously estimated that 2013 would yield 979 million units, he now suggests that there will be around 959…
Images and a video showing the purported low-cost iPhone have been posted online by a peripherals maker which also happens to make an Android handset based on said leak. Read on for more details!
HTC and Samsung smartphones have higher subsidy ratios than the iPhone Read on to find out why!
Microsoft Office finally arrived on iOS but with a limited feature set and no tablet compatibility. When will the service be available for Android as well?
What we saw was so oddly different, we we’re still not sure what to make of it. We’re still cocking our heads like so many pugs, wondering if iOS 7 is even interesting. The wholly new look suggests that they were as bored of looking at the interface as everyone else was. So where are their strengths?