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Android vendors are free to pre-install apps to customise their phones, but new research finds they’re not doing a very good job securing them.
The iPhone and iPad maker says it will suffer "irreparable harm" if its request for a stay on a ban of older tablet and smartphone sales is not granted.
The days of talking about cloud-based collaboration are over - it's here and it's happening now. But IT and business leaders need to be sensible and remember it's still early days. Here are five questions you need to ask from the outset when choosing between Microsoft Office 365 and Google Apps for Business.
After a week of leaks of NSA citizen surveillance and Internet company denials, Violet Blue reports which mobile apps are best for privacy.
A new inquiry is being launched by the federal government to name and shame mobile application developers that are engaging in shady practices to land consumers with hefty fees and subscriptions.
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Many mobile apps ask for access to your Twitter and Facebook accounts when they are installed. You may be surprised how many now have full access to your accounts.
Apple's Siri set the pace for voice control on smartphones last year, and competitors are now coming out of the woodwork to challenge Apple's new yardstick. Can Ziggy for the Windows Phone 7 usurp the voice throne?
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Does it matter that the reason IE9 and IE10 are much better browsers than IE8, with far more standards, all accelerated by the hardware that's in all modern PCs, isn't because Microsoft wanted to make a better browser, but because Microsoft wanted to make Windows 8 the best place to run Web apps?What's left to ask for in IE10?
Federal Labor MP Ed Husic last week criticised Apple and other technology giants for asking more in Australia for their products than they do in the US, noting that he would write to the managing director of Apple Australia to demand why the mark-ups occur.
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Running business apps on an iPad can be much faster on an iPad than on a regular Windows laptop. Just ask telecom vendor, Tellabs.
All I want is to easily be able to have different groups of users access different services in Google Apps. Is that too much to ask?
The Apple iPad is an extremely powerful device and there are now some excellent Office-compatible applications available. In this showdown we take a look at the four top apps for working on the road and ask you which is your favorite.
A Nielsen survey found that Facebook, Google Maps and the Weather Channel are the most popular smartphone apps - and came back with a few other interesting tidbits.
Taiwanese handset maker HTC has hit back against Apple by filing a complaint with the International Trade Commission (ITC), claiming that the Cupertino giant is violating five of its patents.
It seems that Nokia kicked over the hornet's nest back in October when they sued Apple for infringing on patents that they claim others have been legitimately paying for while Apple has been refusing to pay for. Not surprisingly, Apple then sued Nokia for infringing on their patents. We then recently saw a rather stupid request from Nokia to have Apple iPhone, iPod, and Mac computers banned from being imported. Of course, the latest filing from Apple asking the US government to ban Nokia phone imports is the expected retaliation we have come to expect from these two.
When it comes to price, Apple's App Store is a race to the bottom. But Microsoft wants app developers to ask for a fair price for their apps.
If you hadn't heard, Apple denied Google's iPhone app for Google Voice -- the most interesting, and buzz-worthy Google product in a long time. This development is concerning to iPhone users, developers, and even the FCC.
On 12 December 2009 I posted App Cubby developer David Barnard’s thoughts on the financial realities of the App Store. In it he posts actual sales numbers from the App Store.
Apple has hit back against claims made by Mac-clone maker Psystar that the company is operating in violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act and the Clayton Antitrust Act and will be asking the U.S. District Court judge to dismiss to dismiss the counterclaim.
Over the weekend the Free Software Foundation called on visitors to the Defective by Design website to book slots at Apple Genius Bars across the US, Australia, Canada, Italy and the UK to pose questions to Genius Bar staff about ways that the iPhone restricts user freedoms. Does inconveniencing Apple customers help the FSF win friends and influence?
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