Apple No Longer Has “FREE” Apps They are now “GET” Apps

Apple has made a move recently which is very minor but may save them from a ton of legal issues in the long run.  Apple has started to relist all of their apps that we are use to being labeled as "free" and they now have labeled them as "get".  Why would they do such a thing? It is believed to keep them out of legal trouble with European Union who just recently made new guidelines that would force app stores to be "more truthful"...

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Is the iPhone 6 eating into Android market share?
Nov13

Is the iPhone 6 eating into Android market share?

For those who have a soft spot for Android that borders on fanatical there is an easy target to slap on Apple, the fact that Google's platform hands down beats iOS in terms of market share. The other side of the fence, the iPhone crazies were hoping that the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus would address the balance somewhat. However, despite mammoth sales one survey seems to suggest that the two new iOS smartphone have not enjoyed...

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Nexus 9 is not an iPad killer says Google
Oct27

Nexus 9 is not an iPad killer says Google

Google released the new Nexus 9 two weeks ago and it was clear that it was the most premium tablet, a slick and highly spec’d slate next to the budget friendly Nexus 7 the company has previously sold. However, while the Nexus 9 instantly landed as one of the best tablets on the marker, although Google told Engadget that the HTC built device is not an iPad Killer. That seems an awfully detrimental thing to say, and from where I am...

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Google Publishes Guide to Switch from iOS to Android
Oct21

Google Publishes Guide to Switch from iOS to Android

Google has published a new page on its Android website that gives consumers detailed explanations on how to switch to Android if they are currently using Apple’s iOS. The guide shows how to move every detail, such as photos, emails, music, and even gives instruction on how to find your favourite apps. Apple recently published its own similar guide for enticing Android users, but Google’s effort is far more detailed. The war still...

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Microsoft opens Apple rival flagship store in New York
Sep29

Microsoft opens Apple rival flagship store in New York

Microsoft is ramping up its retail ambitions and has opened a new flagship store in New York City, and it happens to be on the same street as Apple’s showpiece space. I doubt that Microsoft’s place on Fifth Avenue will match up to Apple’s famous glass cube (image) on the same street, but it will give the company a showpiece space in the city. Interestingly, there is a legitimate question to ask as to how Microsoft even keeps its...

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