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Apple boasts 70% adoption rate for iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9 adoption rate is at 70 percent, according to statistics the company released this week.

Microsoft runs my iPhone. Here's why

I've been trying out a lot of Microsoft's new products, like I do with products and services from many of the companies I write about, and have discovered that many of them stick. 

Spotlight: Microsoft releases updates to Skype apps for iPhone, iPad

Microsoft released on Monday updates to its Skype apps for iPhone and iPad, with new shortcuts to detected data and improved multitasking capabilities, reported AppleInsider.

Mozilla pushes Firefox mobile browser for iOS devices with features similar to desktop offering

Enterprises that recommend workers use Firefox for their PCs can now access that browser on iOS devices. Mozilla released a mobile version of its Firefox browser for Apple smartphones and tablets this week.

Spotlight: Zerodium doles out $1M for a remote iOS 9 exploit

Zerodium announced that it is paying $1 million to an unidentified team for providing a remote exploit to an iPhone running iOS 9, reported ZDNet Tuesday.

OnePlus X looks like an iPhone, but runs like an Android

China-based smartphone maker OnePlus introduced a new Android phone to its product suite Thursday at an event in London, according to TechCrunch.

Nearly half of Apple's business now comes from the enterprise

Apple revealed that it brought in $25 billion in fourth quarter from the enterprise market, nearly half of the  $51.1 billion in total revenue  for the company in the quarter. 

Apple scrambles to defend Wi-Fi Assist from claims that it jacks up cellular data usage

A new iPhone feature called Wi-Fi Assist, introduced in the latest iOS 9 update, could result in data usage skyrocketing, explained an article at The Telegraph. In response to complaints, Apple is scrambling to defend its decision to turn it on by default.

Apple violated university's chip patent, could owe more than $860M

Apple might have to pay more than $860 million in damages for infringing a chip patent held by the University of Wisconsin-Madison's licensing arm for technology that the Cupertino-based company uses in its iOS devices, reported Reuters.

Infographic: Here's how cellphones replaced everything

It was around 1997 – almost 15 years after Motorola released the DynaTac, the first commercial cellphone – that mobile phones started replacing or "disrupting" scores of common product categories. Since, cellphones have continue on this path. We took a look back to the very beginning of the cellphone market to examine just how disruptive the technology has been over time.