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.
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.
The hits keep on coming from the Oracle court hearings. After disclosing that Google has possibly generated $31 billion from Android since its launch, further review of the transcripts revealed that Apple took in $1 billion from the revenue sharing agreement with Google that keeps Google the default search option on iOS.
Update: And it will come as a shock to absolutely no one that Apple has promptly shot down this rumor.
File this one under “We’ll believe it when we see it,” but The Telegraph is reporting that they have information from a “senior industry source” indicating that Apple has acquiesced to pressure from European ... Read More »
Apple got a lot of attention earlier this week when it released its iPhone 6s Smart Battery Case. The product category isn’t new, as Mophie has been pushing battery cases for years, but the case’s unique design definitely grabbed more attention that Apple might have hoped for. ... Read More »
Instagram has been busy with updates recently, but one can only hope its latest new version will keep the new features it’s implementing.
Recently, the photo-sharing social network updated its Android app to support a major new feature that’s quite similar to 3D Touch, a feature that is a major selling point for Apple’s iPhone ... Read More »
In June of this year, Apple officially announced that its music streaming service, Apple Music, would be making its way to Google’s Android operating system at some point in the fall. Now, sure enough, the service is now available to Android users who want to give it a shot.