Norton Mobile Security this week added its first Apple iOS client, along with a new pricing model for safeguarding iPhones, iPads, and Android devices alike.
As the app craze grows stronger, a new report predicts that Apple and Google will continue to dominate the mobile application space for many years to come, maintaining more than 75 percent revenue share in 2017, as the market grows into a multi-billion dollar industry.
The new Lightning port isn't one of the more popular features of the iPhone 5. Still, those who are willing to embrace it can now pre-order some peripherals.
In addition to the slew of device announcements made this week, Google has also announced a huge milestone for its Android operating system. The OS has now breached the 700,000 app mark, effectively closing the gap between itself and the Apple app store.
There are big changes coming to the top-level executives at Apple. This includes the departure of Scott Forstall, who was in charge of development of the operating system for the iPhone and iPad.
Google just made Android 4.2 official. This won't be a dramatic upgrade, but it will bring some new features to this operating system for smartphones and tablets.
Google has decided to reschedule its event that was going to be held tomorrow. This means everyone will have to wait a bit longer to see the new devices that were going to be announced. Updated
Bill Gates says that Microsoft plans to eventually merge all of its operating systems, including Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8, under a single platform. Our sister site Tablet PC Review has all the details.
AT&T customers anxiously awaiting the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Note II on the carrier?s network can breathe a sigh of relief, for the phablet is now available for pre-order from the nation?s second largest wireless carrier.
The Samsung Galaxy Note II is launching from two U.S. carriers this week, but Verizon subscribers who want this super-size smartphone still have weeks of waiting ahead of them.
T-Mobile released the Samsung Galaxy Note II today as expected, but at a surprising price point. Earlier this week T-Mobile was rumored to be offering this phablet at $300; however, the carrier is actually charging $70 more.
Among the plethora of announcements made today at Apple's Event, the tech company revealed that its offering a free update for iBooks. Our sister site Tablet PC Review has all the details.
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