If you're using a third-party Instagram-connected app that uses either "Insta" or "Gram" in its name, that's likely to change in the weeks ahead as the Facebook-owned photo sharing service begins cracking down harder on copycats.
Could Apple's $1.05 billion victory over Samsung last week be causing Android users to jump ship? That appears to be the case for at least one reseller who has noted a 50 percent increase in customers dumping their Android smartphones since the verdict.
A recent Vanity Fair article focusing on "Microsoft's Lost Decade" has put Redmond's troubles in a very interesting light, noting that Apple's iPhone -- a product that didn't even exist until five years ago -- is now worth more than all of Microsoft's products put together.
We know what you’re feeling: Ever since Monday, that swanky new MacBook Pro with Retina Display is just too much temptation. But at a starting price of $2199, how can you afford it? NextWorth is here to help, by taking your old model for quick cash toward the new one.
While this should in no way serve as evidence that Apple’s next handset will actually be called iPhone 5, the company has successfully managed to pry the domain name iPhone5.com away from its owner following an IP complaint.
A new report indicates that Google's brand value has risen 9 percent to hold the top spot with a value of over $48 billion. Apple, however has vaulted up 39 percent over the same period to grab the number two spot with a value of over $39 billion.
According to the report, this places Apple ahead of Microsoft, IBM, Wal-Mart, and General Electric for the first time -- ever.