There's good news and bad news about Apple's recent earnings report. The good news: Apple beat Wall Street's expectations. The bad news, Wall Street wasn't expecting much.
The value of ads running on Google's Android-enabled devices declined sharply quarter-over-quarter, while ads for Apple's iOS-enabled devices grew, according to a new report from MoPub. In fact, devices running iOS--including the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch--control over 75 percent of ad spend share, the report said.
In a series of articles that won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for explanatory reporting this week, the New York Times accused Apple of sidestepping billions of dollars in taxes and ignoring labor abuses and hazardous working conditions at its suppliers' factories.
Just two weeks after launching Flipboard 2.0, Flipboard announced that users have created more than half a million custom magazines since the launch.
The tablet market is fragmenting, making it more difficult for IT professionals to determine the appropriate composition of their hardware portfolios, observed J.P. Gownder, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research.
The Flipboard update lets you curate content and create your own personal magazines.
The Federal Aviation Administration may relax rules preventing airline passengers from accessing tablets and e-readers during takeoff and landing, The New York Times reports.
PayPal is acquiring mobile software development startup Duff Research, a move to accelerate the rollout of its digital wallet efforts. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Apple's iPad will lose its stranglehold on the worldwide tablet market this year, overcome by a wave of smaller, lower-priced devices powered by Google's Android, research firm IDC forecasts.
The iPad, the device that created the tablet market, will lose its grip as the dominant tablet this year, according to the latest prediction by research firm IDC.