Apple Refuses Gov’t Order How To Decrypt iPhone

Saturday, February 20th, 2016
 
Encryption is a type of security measure that can help users hide their sensitive information from prying eyes. It helps to make hacking virtually impossible to do. While it serves a very important purpose in protecting a person’s privacy, the government may not always agree to it. After all, Big Brother will always want to look over and know what is going on everywhere. Making things private is not always a
 

High-End Smartphone Boom On The Decline

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013
 
High-end smartphones like the iPhone have paved the way for the market segment to thrive and become popular among consumers. For the first time, consumers have a way to surf the Web and use a wide range of applications on their smartphone. It was an exciting new way of using a mobile phone. As a result, it also created revenue in the billions for Apple for several years. The new technology certainly did very well
 

Android Snags 40 Percent Of US Smartphone Users

Friday, September 2nd, 2011
 
With smartphone getting more and more popular nowadays, it is no wonder that it is one of the rising market segments in the mobile phone sector in the US. It seems that basic feature phones are slowly being overtaken by smartphones in terms of appeal. According to new information from Nielsen, there are now 40 percent of mobile users in the US who own smartphones. New data furnished by Nielsen indicate that 40 per
 

Android Phones Now Selling 300,000 Units Daily

Friday, December 10th, 2010
 
In the mobile market, the battle for supremacy seems to lie between Android smartphones and the Apple iPhone. These two are considered to be the most popular smartphones that people are trying to get their hands into. The battle in terms of getting market share is actively ongoing. So far, it seems that Apple and its iPhone may still be in the lead with millions and millions of their widely popular smart phone. Bu
 

iPad Sales Overtake iPhone

Friday, October 8th, 2010
 
The Apple iPad can be seen as nothing but a breakaway success. It seems quite surprising that it is even selling well than the new iPhone 4. Doing it on its first year of being launched is nothing short of incredible indeed. According to estimates posted on CNET from Bernstein Research, the iPad has already reached an average of 4.5 million units sold per quarter. Initially, the Apple iPad has sold 3 million units
 

Apple Plans to Offer 99-Cent TV Show Rentals

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010
 
This may be the next big thing in media if ever it pushes through. Apple is said to be in advanced talks with a media outfit to offer TV shows for rent on the Apple iTunes Store. And with the planned rentals for TV shows pegged at 99 cents, it may just catch on well with consumers, just like what iTunes did at some point with helping revolutionize the music industry. According to Bloomberg, Apple is now in advance
 

Apple Applying For Anti-Jailbreaking Patent

Monday, August 23rd, 2010
 
Apple products like the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch have become popular targets for jailbreaking. It is a term used to refer to a means of making these products work using third-party apps and codes not approved by Apple. Since Apple has been known all along as a company that intends to keep tight control over what is being used in their products, opening up such closed systems has become an interesting challenge
 

Apple iAd Service Forging Slower Than Expected

Monday, August 16th, 2010
 
With the Apple iPhone 4 sales still booming despite recent issues, you would think that Apple would try to fast track its Apple iAds mobile advertising service. But it seems that, even the Apple iAds is going through a tough phase despite already having ad partners willing to try the service out after it was launched. The process to provide mobile ads to present seems to be getting quite an issue among advertiser
 

Apple Earns Record Third Quarter Revenue

Wednesday, July 21st, 2010
 
And to think that Apple has gone through some tough times lately. It seems incredible that the popular company behind the iPad and the iPhone still manages to come up with its largest quarterly revenue numbers to date despite the recent setbacks and controversies. It just goes to show that when you know how to sell your product, then you’re in for some big success. Apple has recently reported this Tuesday th
 

Adobe Flash Player Now Available On Android Mobile

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010
 
Adobe Flash had been around a lot of talks lately, with most of it coming of issues regarding whether it is suitable for use on smart phones. This issue is brought up by no other than Apple with its widely known stand against implementing the software on its products. But apart from that episode, Adobe forges on by making the Adobe Flash Player 10.1 available for mobile phones. Adobe has just recently released the