Another month and another metric that shows the dominance of Apple and Samsung in the US smartphone market. The latest figures come from comScore and its MobiLens online survey, which includes data from mobile subscribers age 13 and older.
Photo sharing service Instagram is sending out invitations to select journalists for an event to be held on Thursday, December 12th at 10 a.m EST in NYC. Like most press invites, the unusual invitation provides only a mystery and virtually no clues on the topic that Instagram will be announcing.
You have to admit that Siri is a wonderful addition to iOS. She may often apologize because she ”can’t take any requests right now,” but she is always there for a joke, a trick or an unexpected flub up. Lance Whitney of CNET recently discovered a new Siri faux pas when trying to subtract decimals.
Getting “Fatal Unable to process request” error when downloading an app from App Store? You’re not the only one
We have been eagerly waiting for the iOS 7 jailbreak, ever since Apple released the latest iOS software update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch in September.
Xiaomi is a tiny Chinese handset maker that prides itself on making highly affordable devices, selling them online, and creating an Android skin called MIUI. Lei Jun, the CEO of Xiaomi, often gets called the Steve Jobs of China because he’s copied both Jobs’ look and the presentation style. And in a recent interview, Jun called the iPhone the best phone on the planet.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has just announced that they’ve created a new Bluetooth standard, version 4.1. For those who don’t care about Bluetooth all that much, you should, because devices like smart watches, health trackers, and who knows what sort of sensors that have yet to be invented, will use the technology. Version 4.0 added a low-power mode to help converse battery life, and now with version 4.1, they’re tackling radio interference, connection robustness, and data transfer rates.