Hey, folks some heartening news! Google goes musical! Google has introduced a music service for smartphones and tablets.
Some time back Apple was in news for a security exploit wherein lot of Apple ID passwords was reset. The company has now acknowledged the issue and confirmed that it is working actively in getting this issue fixed as soon as possible.
Gone are those days when one felt that the password key meant safety and security for the iPhone 5!! Every other day we get some new information regarding the sharp mindedness of the hackers. This time a new vulnerability has been unearthed in the iPhone lock screen allowing the hackers to gain access to personal information and bypass the password locks of the user.
In a much-awaited update, Apple has put out iOS 6.1, bringing in a slew of improvements and numerous bugfixes.
Amazon has launched a music store specifically for users of the iPhone and iPod Touch, where they can make music purchases from the Amazon store.
Research In Motion has been able to get over 15,000 new apps in just 2 days.
Making apps is a significant investment for any developer, yet Google has been quite diligent in making apps for Apple.
Amazon has added a bold new twist to its music store, offering customers free digital versions of audio CDs that they have purchased as far back as 1998.
A story of Apple getting caught up in a legal battle may certainly not be very newsworthy, except that the tables have turned this way against Apple.
Supercell has surpassed Electronic Arts (EA) to be the top game-maker of the iOS platform.