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Report: Apple's iOS 7 surfaces in developer usage logs

Developers have identified traces of Apple's next iPhone and iOS software update in app usage logs,  The Next Web  reports.

Spotlight: iPhone users download 10M copies of Google Maps in 48 hours

Over 10 million iPhone owners downloaded Google Maps in the first 48 hours it was available for the smartphone.

Localytics: Newest iPads yield just 4% of Apple tablet sessions

Apple's new fourth-generation iPad and iPad mini each accounted for only 2 percent of overall iOS tablet app traffic in November, app analytics firm Localytics reports.

Juniper throttles back on NFC market forecast due to iPhone 5 omission

Juniper Research has throttled back on its mobile near field communications (NFC) market forecast because of Apple's decision to omit an NFC chipset from the iPhone 5.

Spotlight: Google unveils Gmail 2.0 for Apple mobile devices

Google released this week Gmail 2.0 for the iPhone and iPad with a new look and multi-account support.

Updated: Juniper slashes NFC retail forecast by $70B, blames Apple for slow adoption

Juniper Research is scaling back its expectations for the global Near Field Communications retail transactions market by $70 billion, contending that Apple's decision to omit an NFC chipset from its new iPhone 5 has undermined retailer and brand confidence in the mobile payment technology.

Apple device exploit opens internal networks to attack, researcher claims

Security researcher Bogdan Calin said he could remotely compromise the internal networks of users with default or weak router passwords by convincing them to open an email on their iPhone, iPad or Mac.

Chevrolet adds Apple's Siri voice controls to in-car infotainment system

General Motors is the first automaker to integrate Apple's Siri voice assistant technology into its vehicles, enhancing its Chevrolet MyLink in-car infotainment system to offer drivers a hands-free option for accessing mobile communication and multimedia services.

Brother to support iOS devices on cloud-based web conferencing service

Brother is expanding its new cloud-based OmniJoin web conferencing service to support Apple's iOS-based mobile devices, such as the iPhone and iPad, according to Courtney Behrens, senior marketing manager at OmniJoin.

Survey finds dramatic drop in employers providing smartphones to employees

Only one-third of employers provide corporate smartphones to their employees, down from 58 percent last year, according to the latest Mobile Workforce Report by iPass.