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Matthew doesn't convince listeners to buy an particular mobile device this week, but the Apple Watch may find its way to his wrist in the future.
Chip production for the next iPhone may already be underway and Apple is changing the mix of its suppliers, says one analyst.
Matthew spent a few weeks with the top two new Android flagships and in the end neither one made the cut. Designs have improved over 2014, but battery life is not up to par and there are still performance issues.
Android this week had the release of the Apple Watch and iOS 8.3, iPhone share dropping globally save for China, and a new case from Mophie that adds battery and storage.
Why buy something that the iPhone already does? Why put the beloved iPhone out of sight when for many it brings comfort? What's the point of having an expensive iPhone just to make the Apple Watch work?
Early Apple Watch reviews share a common theme: You'll likely need to better manage and prioritize your iPhone notifications. That's not necessarily a bad thing.
In iOS news this week we had reports of loaner iPads from vending machines, Apple Pay users having trouble, and you can trade in some non-Apple phones for a new iPhone.
Infor is gunning for Oracle and SAP by focusing on industry specific app suites. Execs outlined the strategy at its analyst day.
Foxconn Technology Group will reportedly buy and resell Apple's smartphones as part of a new trade-in program in China.
The two flagship devices are more alike than ever, so what do the differences and similarities tell us about the future of smartphones?
Is Microsoft's plan -- to get its core apps on every mobile platform -- bringing former customers back into the fold? My experience suggests it is.
The iPhone and iPad tech giant launched the new mobile software alongside its desktop operating system counterpart as a testbed for developers and early-adopters.
The Apple Watch is all over the news this week, and the company expects to sell millions of them. If this happens, Apple will likely see iPhone 6 sales go through the roof as a result.
Apple is open sourcing Research Kit in a bid to turn the iPhone into a medical research tool.
IT leaders are being urged to look beyond the usual bells and whistles of application interfaces.
This week in iOS were reports of Apple Pay fraud, that iPhone is the top phone in China, and the Apple/IBM alliance released three new apps for the enterprise.
Thanks to its new big screen devices, Apple has overtaken Samsung to take the number one spot in smartphone sales for the last quarter of 2014, according to analyst Gartner.
This week in iOS came reports of Apple looking at tracking iPhones when turned off, and analysts chiming in about Apple Watch and Apple Pay,
Under Armour, thanks to its acquisitions of three fitness app firms -- including MyFitnessPal, has amassed a lot of athlete data. But will that data help its core business?
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