Tag: Ios

Google is one step closer to replacing Android with something even more exciting

It’s no secret that Google is working on a third operating system that might someday replace both Android and Chrome. Called Fuchsia, the new OS would solve the problem of Android fragmentation while simultaneously allowing Google to run it on a bunch of different types of devices, from smartphones to tablets and computers, but also […]

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Project Fi is now Google Fi and supports phones from Samsung, OnePlus, and even iPhones

Project Fi has made the leap that all fledgling Google projects aspire to – after around three-and-a-half years, it has dropped the “project” and evolved into “Google Fi.” Along with the name change, Google has announced that the wireless provider now supports “the majority of Android devices,” including Samsung and OnePlus handsets, and iPhones (in […]

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Supreme Court looks ready to let customers sue Apple for abusing its App Store monopoly

The Supreme Court hearing on Pepper v Apple has not gone well for Apple; the Supremes are considering whether App Store customers are entitled to sue Apple over its monopoly control over the Ios App Store. The plaintiffs say that Apple’s 30% commission and control over pricing (exerted through search ranking and other […]

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Assassin’s Creed Rebellion Now Live For iOS & Android

If you’ve enjoyed Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed franchise and would not mind playing it on your phones, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Assassin’s Creed Rebellion is now available for download on both iOS and Android devices. The game was initially pegged for a release on the 21st of November, […]

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Former Apple designer explains why autocorrect on the iPhone is better than it seems

While the iPhone was in development in the mid-2000s, Apple engineers spent a tremendous amount of time and energy working on the device’s virtual keyboard. And with good reason: Apple was understandably trying to avoid the public relations gaffe that made the company’s Newton PDA a laughing stock in the early ’90s. The Newton’s flagship […]

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Analyst: Apple’s poor earnings will recover now they’ve switched from innovating to rent-seeking

Apple just had a really poor Q3 earnings report, with hardware sales falling off as people figure out that they just don’t need to get a new phone every year or so; writing in Bloomberg, Leonid Bershidsky tries to soothe investors by pointing out that Apple is still seeing growth in “services” and that […]

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