Word on the street is that Apple is going to wait until 2020 before it launches a 5G iPhone, but that doesn’t mean consumers don’t think the company is going to lead in that technology.
A question of whether or not Apple is too powerful has cropped up recently, especially as it relates to its own digital storefront.
What started as a pretty big Facebook issue transformed into an equally-sized Google issue, and Apple has responded in kind.
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A lot of companies out there collect data. That’s an understood reality. However, doing so in a shady way isn’t a good look for any of them.
Fossil uses Google’s Wear OS as a platform for its smartwatches, but there is other technology baked into the smart devices to help them stand out.
What’s next after the touchscreen? Some might say voice commands, but others, like Google, may be heading in another direction.
The digital personal assistants out there are already pretty helpful, but the companies behind these services are always working to improve them.
Apple has had a bit of a rough go of it when it comes to its Maps app, with a legendarily terrible launch many years ago.
Google introduced a new tab within its Maps app on Android not too long ago, billed as a dedicated section to show you updates from the stores and locations you like.
While Apple Music might not have a huge subscriber base on Android, they’re certainly out there. And maybe they even have an Android tablet on hand.