Apple today announced the first iTunes Festival to be held in the US.read more
A UK bookmaker recently tested 1,000 smartphone users to see if there was a difference in intelligence among the owners of various mobile platforms.read more
For most students, learning math is never fun. Especially for those trying to make sense of the more advanced and complicated subjects of algebra and calculus.read more
With 2014 barely out of the starting gate it appears that this year will be very eventful for the smartphone sector and the mobile industry at large based on recent events.read more
CrowdCare has raised $1 million.
The round, which brings the Canadian company's total funding to $3 million, was led by Mantella Venture partners.read more
Apple shares are down 9% in after hours trading despite strong numbers from its latest quarterly earnings report.read more
Mobile devices are quickly becoming the primary means of email communication, according to new research.read more
A report by Cisco has determined that 99% of all mobile malware has reared its ugly head on Android devices.
Apple's Senior Vice President of Marketing, Phil Schiller, gleefully tweeted the results that showed that while 71% of web-delivered malware was encountered on Android devices, only 14% of it was ever met by iOS users.read more
Typo Products is experiencing strong early success.read more
Thanks in part to a record-breaking $1 billion in sales in December alone, Apple's digital App Store saw consumers spent over $10 billion in 2013.read more
Shopify today announced a new way for merchants to sell products anywhere while still managing their online and traditional retail stores.read more
Smartphone or tablet, Apple or Android, mobile applications have become ubiquitous in the classroom setting.read more
Are iPads distracting in school settings? Yes, say Canadian students.
One-third of Quebec students who use iPads at school say they play games during class. And 99% of them say they find tablets distracting in school settings, according to a new study that surveyed more than 6,000 tablet-owning students between Grade 6 and 10.read more
A realm once dominated by BlackBerry has been taken over by Apple.read more