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Apple has said it will protect personal information collected through Health apps and the Apple Watch, but regulators in the US want to know how it will monitor and enforce privacy policies.
Smartphones, tablets and apps have become a central part of our lifestyle, making us more connected than ever before. Many small business are already reaping major benefits following a move to mobile. Krishan Sharma reports on some success stories and outlines the major considerations for others looking to go mobile.
We're downloading fewer apps than we used to, and most of us have never paid for an app, ever.
The maker of Momo, one of the first mobile apps in China that enables people to locate and chat with others nearby, and possibly more infamously linked to its “one-night-stand” trait, is reportedly preparing for an initial public offering in the US this year.
Hong Kong government agencies forked out over HK$26 million (US$3.35 million) over 2012 and 2013 building mobile apps that few end up downloading. Another HK$12.9 million will be spent over the next two years.
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Mobile app developers in many regions outside the US and Europe are choosing to develop apps in HTML5 rather than iOS but it's iOS that's earning devs the biggest bucks.
A new Google Play Services release allows makers of Android, iOS, and Chrome OS apps to develop for the US-only media-streaming dongle.
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Intel and partners are going to be bringing us PCs that run both Android and Windows 8.1. Meanwhile, AMD and its partner BlueStacks will enable users to run Android and its apps on Windows.
Chinese developers of car service mobile apps, Didi Taxi and Kuaidadi, each secured US$100 million funds in recent months as market players look to tap China's growing online-to-offline (O2O) space.
Rather than dream of moving to the West, Indian developers should look within their local market for opportunities, especially with the country's mobile apps and games market projected to generate US$433.5 million by 2016.
Chinese search giant's investments in location-based services, apps and online video help it gain traction in mobile. Overall, it booked a 4.5 percent dip in net profit to US$430.8 million, amid rising expenses from marketing and R&D.
The microSD card slot and removable battery are the two main arguments people make for the Galaxy S4 over the HTC One. However, only the 16GB S4 is currently available in the US and it has less than 10GB for apps.
Paid apps, in-app purchases and subscriptions help boost revenue growth among top four global app stores operated by Apple, Google, Microsoft and BlackBerry, to US$2.2 billion in the first quarter of 2013.
A sketchy rumor of upcoming laptops running Android is thankfully most likely not true. What would be great is bringing Android apps to the Chromebook instead.
One of India's most successful Apple developers, Robosoft, which earns US$1,000 a day from one of its apps, believes global startup success for the country is imminent.
We all have our Instagrams: the apps that make the platform for us. Mine just happens to be a GPS app I've used since the Pocket PC days. Now it's coming back to Windows Phone 8.
I appreciate Alec Saunders' energy and the efforts made by BlackBerry, however the current state of BB World for BB10 in the US is not very good. The number of apps doesn't mean much when key popular apps are missing. It always takes time to build up app stores, but can BlackBerry afford to take a long time?
Canonical is looking to the community to help build apps for its new Ubuntu smartphone OS.
Network security company Juniper Networks investigated 1.7 million mobile apps. It concluded that free apps cost us our privacy, expose us unnecessarily, and most app permissions are unjustified.
Features like Google Now and other location-based apps are ushering us into the era of the super smartphone. Couple that functionality with the ability to learn what each user does with the phone and a new dawn of usefulness is nigh.
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