Among Apple's many genius marketing decisions was the "Get a Mac" advertising campaign aimed at luring PC users into the fold. Now iPhone users are getting similar encouragement about switching to Android from one of Google's executives.
After guiding Nokia out of choppy waters and into a Microsoft acquisition of its smartphone business, potential CEO candidate Stephen Elop could be mulling some very big changes if he becomes Redmond's top dog.
Apple isn't the only tech company holding a splashy media event today: Nokia World is going down right now in Abu Dhabi, and the soon-to-be Microsoft entity has wasted no time unveiling six new devices and some long-awaited apps for Windows Phone.
After 9 p.m. on a Thursday night is an odd time to launch a new flagship smartphone, but that's just what the Google Play Store did with the LG-made Nexus 5 last night — except the whole thing was a mistake.
That e-tailer Amazon is working diligently on its own smartphone is hardly a secret -- it's been rumored for quite some time. But could the company partner with HTC and make the handset exclusive to subscribers of its Prime service?
While a vocal minority cry out for an even larger iPhone, those making Android handsets keep delivering the goods. Troubled smartphone maker HTC is the latest, hoping to topple Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 with the One Max.
BlackBerry might seem like a sinking ship following the news that Fairfax Financial is expected to acquire the former smartphone giant for $4.7 billion, but it looks like Apple's already there to supply lifeboats for the team. As the Financial Post reports (via MacRumors), Apple has set up shop near BlackBerry's Ontario offices in order to recruit the best and brightest from the beleaguered company.
In all of the fuss over the dazzling success of the iPhone 5s, there's been a persistent rumor circulating around that Apple's iPhone 5c has been a comparative failure owing to its near ubiquitous availability. But according to sales figures from Canaccord from September that surfaced in Fortune today, that apparently isn't the case. Indeed, based on their findings, the iPhone 5c is even holding its own against Apple competitors like Samsung and Google.