Apple potentially wants your next iPhone (or iWatch) to be able to detect humidity, atmospheric pressure and temperature data according to new patents.
24 April 2014
Apple reassure investors concerned with its growth prospects by reporting a surge in iPhone sales and giving its shareholder payout program a $30bn boost.
23 April 2014
Evernote CEO Phil Libin has a warning for software companies taking a wait-and-see approach – if you do so, you risk being left behind.
According to Nielsen, 50%+ of Americans ages 55+ own smartphones, marking the first time a majority of Americans in all age groups have these portable devices.
22 April 2014
Nike decided that only software has a future in Nike’s tech vision. That means cutting the FuelBand, including a slimmer version planned for the fall.
As it tries to beef up in software, Samsung has been hiring more engineers to develop its own platform and apps for mobile devices, wearables and consumer electronics.
17 April 2014
Google’s costs are rising as the search provider finds it harder to keep up with a shift to advertising on mobile phones and sales fell short of estimates.
Jasper raised $50m in funding at a valuation of more than $1bn for software that enables objects of all types to communicate in what has lately become known as IoT.
15 April 2014
Zebra agreed to acquire Motorola Solutions for $3.45bn, adding mobile computing and data-capture technology to its line of barcode printers and tracking labels.
BlackBerry bought a stake in healthcare IT startup NantHealth, as part of the firms’ plan to collaborate on secure mobile products to deliver healthcare information.