Following Apple’s share price jumping off a cliff last week, despite selling millions of devices, several rumours have come to light over the weekend about what the tech giant has planned for its iPad, iPhone 5S and iPad Mini in 2013.
Nokia and Apple have both revealed their final quarterly earnings for 2012, and while both companies have done well, the markets seem to have a different views with regards to their performance.
The Consumer Electronics Show 2013 starts on the second week of January, and for one week the world’s top tech manufacturers will descend to Las Vegas to show off their latest wares. So, we’ve been scouring the web to try and predict what’s going to be hot at this year’s show.
Each year Apple reveals its annual ‘Best Of’ feature for the iTunes store and App store, with this year’s winners chosen for their contribution to creativity on iOS devices. This year’s the top spot for iPhone app of the year, chosen by Apple’s editors, went to Action Movie FX, which is an app created by [...]
It’s back, it’s back, it’s back. Finally, after three months of millions of people getting lost and even more getting really frustrated with Apple, and their inability to the create a mapping app that their users can really rely on. Google Maps is finally now available to download, for free, on the App Store. Users [...]
HTC and Apple have made a surprised joint statement this morning revealing that both companies had come to a wide-ranging patent licensing deal. HTC CEO Peter Chou said: “HTC is pleased to have resolved its dispute with Apple, so HTC can focus on innovation instead of litigation.” The deal, which many had experts thought wouldn’t [...]
Apple has unveiled its latest quarterly profits and while it missed Wall Street forecasts they did make a healthy £5.1 billion profit.
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This month will finally see the UK’s first 4G network launched by Everything Everywhere, which is a new 4G brand created by the parent company of T-mobile and Orange. 4G/LTE is short for Fourth Generation/Long Term Evolution and is a replacement for the current 3G network, offering substantial increases in speed and suffers a lot less from signal degradation.