Judging from Apple's own App Store data, an awful lot of folks have upgraded to iOS 8 in the first five days! We've got all the details on that number, along with a look at the latest pair of Fallon/Timerlake iPhone 6 commercials, and news of an Adobe-Aviary mashup that looks promising for mobile shutterbugs. Don't delay, click to read more!
One year ago, Adobe took the wraps off its ambitious push toward subscription-based software, and now the iconic company is following through with a sequel that includes updated desktop applications, new mobile apps and even its first hardware product.
Is that all there is? Samsung's "Unpacked 5" event came and went at Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona on Monday, and the rumored Galaxy S5 hit the red carpet to what can only be described as a collective yawn from the tech media in attendance. Hey, don't feel bad, Sammy... you're just copying yet another phenomenon from Apple, whose last few iPhones have received a similarly chilly reception at launch. If history is any indication, buyers will likely be more kind...
It's hard not to think longtime streaming music services such as Spotify and Rdio aren't at least a little bit scared of Beats Music, the new kid in town which launches today with a whole lot of music industry street cred behind it.
When was the last time you visited Twitter's website to catch up? Perhaps sensing that it's an app world after all, the microblogging service is polishing up its website to look more like its own mobile apps.
Tuesday could very well be a special day for longtime users of FileMaker, as Apple's U.K. website has prematurely leaked the latest version of the popular database software, complete with new versions of its mobile apps.
You've got to hand it to the hard drive storage provider formerly known as Western Digital: They're embracing the cloud in ways other traditional storage companies have not, especially with a new line of drives that connect to the internet with ease.
The dream of a smartphone-powered mobile wallet continues to inch closer to reality, with fast food giant McDonald's now testing the ability to purchase Big Macs and other products using nothing more than an app.
Don't want to bother with creating your own Flipboard magazines, but would still like to be able to view the creations of others? No problem, the app has now spread its wings and flown to the web as well.