While Apple is a company that continues to break records in the marketshare category, it seems that the apple-branded entity may be having some trouble holding onto bodies within the Maps sector.
On November 4, Dropbox and Microsoft officially announced that the cloud storage option would be integrating with Microsoft’s most popular apps from its Office suite.
New IDC report indicates worldwide tablet growth in 2014 was remarkably slow as iPad sees first year of decline
T-Mobile complies with FCC’s demands to show subscribers true speed tests results even on throttled plans
This week saw T-Mobile add 14 additional music streaming services to its Music Freedom initiative, but it also saw the FCC pressure T-Mobile into changing the way it handles speed tests, too.
Apple is a lovable beast, and a brilliant hype machine. As such, it can be easy to see new features in iOS only as miraculous pearls of innovation. But in the broad light of day, and the broader light of the technology world, Apple is no longer the unrivalled talismanic leader. In case you needed proof — remember when Notification Center was added with iOS 7? You know the custom keyboard and social extensions that have arrived with iOS 8? They were all preceded by direct equivalents on Android.
Yahoo and Microsoft to battle it out with Google next year to become the default search engine in Safari for iOS
Last week, Mozilla decided to replace Google as its default browser, and instead opted for Yahoo. While small, this was definitely a very important victory for Yahoo over Google. However, it looks like the company has its eye set on something much bigger — becoming the default search engine in Apple’s Safari web browser for iOS devices.