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Apple Makes A Beeline For Carrier Billing In Emerging Markets, Starting With Russia 

When Apple quietly turned on carrier billing in iTunes in Germany last month, we said emerging markets could be the company’s biggest opportunity and target for the facility, which lets consumers charge things like app payments and music purchases to their mobile account instead of credit or debit cards. Now this looks like what Apple is doing. Yesterday, it was ... Read More »

After Apple open sources it, IBM puts Swift programming in the cloud

That didn’t take long: As soon as Apple released its Swift programming language to the open source community, IBM created a way to code with Swift in the cloud. Big Blue released its IBM Swift Sandbox that runs your Swift code on a Linux server using a Docker container. ​Java and JavaScript rule but use of Apple’s Swift language skyrockets ... Read More »

Best Christmas Countdown apps

Christmas is a hectic time, what with all the shopping, parties, and low flying reindeer. To keep track of the ever diminishing days we’ve collected the best apps and websites that will let you know how many sleeps there are until Santa arrives. Now you’ll be able to check your smartphone or tablet to know just how long you have ... Read More »

Apple Puts iOS 9 Adoption At 70% Based On App Store Usage Numbers

It’s been two and half months since Apple released iOS 9, and the company just shared some adoption numbers on its website. According to Apple, 70 percent of iOS devices accessing the App Store are running iOS 9. This adoption rate is higher than last year’s adoption rate. 22 percent of iOS devices are running iOS 8, and 8 percent ... Read More »

The case for and against ditching the iPhone headphone jack

iFixit There’s a rumor circulating that Apple is planning to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack from its next iPhone. I’ve no idea whether it’s true or just one of those many pieces of speculation that evaporate. But either way it’s an interesting idea, because the headphone jack is so ubiquitous that it seems like it would be impossible for Apple ... Read More »

iPhone 6s review: 3D Touch, Live Photos & more

The new iPhone 6s was promised to be faster than its predecessor whilst boasting a feature that Apple compares to the introduction of multi-touch (the technology responsible for the touchscreen mobile boom), called 3D Touch. But does Apple succeed in creating a new type of interaction that we’ll be seeing on other smartphones in coming years? Or has it fallen ... Read More »

Best Advent calendar apps 2015

Everyone loves an advent calendar, but if you’re after an advent calendar app, don’t expect any chocolate to be hiding behind the doors on your screen. Smartphones and tablets may be hi-tech but they’re not edible… yet. If you’re looking for a “sleeps until Christmas” app, check out our roudnup of Christmas countdown apps. Here are some of the better ... Read More »

Apple Has Acquired Faceshift, Maker Of Motion Capture Tech Used In Star Wars

As the market for virtual reality technology continues to grow, Apple has made an interesting acquisition that could further its role in the space. TechCrunch has confirmed that Apple has snapped up Faceshift, a startup based in Zurich that has developed technology to create animated avatars and other figures that capture a person’s facial expressions in real time. There were unconfirmed reports earlier this year of ... Read More »

​Cyber Monday 2015: What we’ve learned about e-commerce so far

Cyber Monday is about to kick off and there are a bevy of metrics indicating that the big finale of a five-day holiday shopping binge will feature shifting dynamics. CNET Every Cyber Monday tech deal we’ve found so far Saving money on gadgets without braving the Black Friday crowds: that’s what Cyber Monday is all about. We’re tracking the deals ... Read More »

Best 7in and 8in tablets of 2015/2016

If you’re looking to buy a small tablet here are the best 7in and 8in tablets you can buy in 2015/2016. See also: The best tablets of 2015/2016. There are so many tablets to choose from that it’s understandable if you’re struggling to decide which one it right for you. Tablets run different operating systems, come in various sizes and ... Read More »

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