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Apr 21, 2017 - 05:15 PM UTC — AAPL: 142.27 (N/A, +0%) | NASDAQ: 5910.52 (N/A, +0%)

Tag: android

  1. Those who’ve settled for a Samsung Android phone aren’t very excited about the new Galaxy S8

    Samsung will release its S8 smartphone tomorrow, and while we don’t know if the company…

  2. Apple’s Messages’ blue bubble keeps me firmly on iPhone

    Samsung’s Galaxy S8, like all Android phones, lacks a tiny blue-bubbled wonder: iMessage…

  3. Apple’s iOS seizes 56% of mobile gaming market

    If you’re an Android user and you’re wondering why developers just aren’t bringing games to your platform…

  4. Samsung’s Siri knockoff ‘Bixby’ not ready for Galaxy 8 global launch

    Samsung has gone to great lengths to position its new Bixby assistant as the automated centerpiece…

  5. Fire erupts at Samsung store in Singapore

    A fire broke out in the stockroom of a Samsung store in Singapore…

  6. Antivirus software won’t save your Mac from future malware, but a variety of other protective software could prevent incursions

    Apple has managed to avoid attacks that first appear in the wild, usually nipping them…

  7. India turns down Apple’s tax incentive demand

    The Department of Revenue has said no to the tax incentive demand of US-based iPhone maker Apple…

  8. WikiLeaks to give Apple, Google, others 90-day deadline to fix flaws revealed in ‘Vault 7’

    WikiLeaks promise to give tech companies access to exploits in their systems before being made public…

  9. SoftBank scraps $100 million investment in Android creator Andy Rubin’s ‘iPhone killer’ startup due to Apple pressure

    SoftBank Group Corp. scrapped a planned $100 million investment in a smartphone startup…

  10. Apple trying to make a foothold in India, despite roadblocks

    Apple’s iPhone is by far its most important product. In Q1 2017, the handset generated $54 billion…

  11. Samsung officially unveils its Siri knockoff ‘Bixby’

    Apple gave us Siri, Microsoft gave us Cortana, Amazon gave us Alexa, Google gave us, um, Google, and now Samsung…

  12. Apple still won’t give India what it really wants or something

    Apple’s newest iPhones have just cost too much to be a big hit in India…

  13. Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android push towards two-OS smartphone world

    iOS achieved continued growth across most regions tracked, except for Japan, Spain, and Urban China…

  14. Messages and five other apps Apple really needs to make for Android

    Android and iOS may be destined to do battle forever, but when it comes to apps…

  15. 36 widely-used Android devices ship with malware preinstalled

    The Check Point Mobile Threat Prevention has recently detected a severe infection in 36 Android devices…

  16. Has Apple finally found the right formula to crack this emerging market?

    Apple is moving at a fast pace to realize its dream of making a dent in the Indian smartphone industry…

  17. What WikiLeaks’ CIA data dump tells us: Encryption works

    If the tech industry is drawing one lesson from the latest WikiLeaks disclosures…

  18. Apple CEO Cook and Google CEO Pichai spotted dining together at restaurant

    While often made out to be fierce competitors, Apple CEO Tim Cook and Google CEO Sundar Pichai…

  19. Julian Assange says WikiLeaks will share CIA hacking tools with tech companies

    WikiLeaks will provide technology companies with exclusive access to CIA hacking tools…

  20. Apple working to close remaining CIA exploits exposed by WikiLeaks, but difficulties remain

    Just after 8 a.m. on Tuesday morning, mobile phones belonging to executives on Apple…

  21. WikiLeaks raises prospect of teaming with tech giants, including Apple, to thwart CIA hacker-spies

    The anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks raised the prospect Wednesday of sharing sensitive details…

  22. Apple: Many of the iOS vulnerabilities in Wikileaks’ CIA data dump are already patched

    Wikileaks today published a trove of documents, allegedly taken from the CIA..

  23. Global elites’ love of iPhone made Apple’s iOS a prime CIA target

    Although Google’s Android dominates the worldwide smartphone market, the CIA concentrated on Apple’s iOS…

  24. WikiLeaks reveals CIA’s global covert hacking program targeting Apple iPhone, Google Android, Microsoft Windows and even Samsung TVs

    Today, Tuesday 7 March 2017, WikiLeaks begins its new series of leaks on the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency…

  25. Apple iPhone users spend more than ever on apps

    When it comes to buying apps, iPhone users aren’t afraid to bust out their wallets…

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