Area 120 was created by Google last year, and it allows employees to use their “20 percent time” on approved side projects. Now, a group out of Area 120 has officially launched an app called Uptime. With it, users will be able to connect with friends, find new ones, and ... Read More »
Artificial intelligence (AI) is getting a ton of attention from many companies out there, and now Starbucks is getting in on the fun.
The company has officially announced that it is rolling out “My Starbucks Barista,” which will be embedded within the company’s stock iOS app beginning today. It’s also making its debut as a skill ... Read More »
Apple and Nokia have been in talks for quite some time, specifically about Apple licensing certain Nokia technologies and the associated licensing fees. However, it appears those talks have fallen through, as Nokia has moved forward with litigation against Apple.
Nokia has announced that it is suing Apple in both the ... Read More »
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Apple and Samsung have been in a constant back-and-forth for years in the court systems, disputing patent infringements and damages owed. Last year, Samsung filed an official appeal with the United States Supreme Court to dispute the damages it owed Apple over a previous ruling, and now the Supreme Court ... Read More »
Sometimes you wish you could get a piece of software on a piece of hardware that’s not traditionally meant to run it. For some iPhone owners, putting Android on Apple’s hardware might seem like a great idea. Well, one developer and designer has made that dream a reality.
His name is Nick Lee, and he ... Read More »
Gboard is a new keyboard meant to combat Google’s mobile search problems. In the suggestive text row above the keyboard on iOS, Gboard adds a button that allows ... Read More »
Apple Music launched for Android not too long ago, and since then Apple has been periodically updating the app and improving it. Back in February, for instance, Apple Music gave Android users the ability to download music to an SD card for offline listening. And in March, Apple Music finally added support for a widget. Now, ... Read More »
A specific Apple vs Samsung case to do with some software patents (including slide-to-unlock, if you remember that one) ended up with Samsung having to pay $120 million to Apple. But an appeals court overturned that decision, saying two patents were invalid and one was not infringed upon.
Though this isn’t the main case where ... Read More »
Apple’s own streaming service, Apple Music, has picked up another set of features in its latest update, with the leading bullet point giving users the ability to download even more of their music.
The update was released on February 3, and it offers at least three new additions to the service for ... Read More »