I've recently read that Apple has decided to ditch Google Maps from their mobile devices and will use a map program they have developed instead. Could this be another bold move from Apple or could they be shooting themselves in the foot? I personally greatly rely on Google Maps so I could see this as a deal breaker for some people, unless Apple could actually
Now this is Siriously awesome.
Headlining news this morning states that Google has purchased Motorola Mobility for a whopping $12.5 billion. Both companies are enthusiastic about the new combination. With the new development, Google will be able expand Motorola Mobility's partner Android. According to reports within the last few weeks, Apple holds a firm lead in the mobile market. However, Google intends to enhance the Android-powered devices in order to
With "Cloud" paving its way into the regular file sharing vocabulary, Apple has developed a new concept, or action rather, in the vastly evolving technological process of sharing files among different devices. Apple has ensured the exclusive development of their new idea by patenting the application of file "pouring" and file "sucking." The activity would involve the physical movement of pouring information and files from