It may have been one of the most eagerly awaited products of the last few years, but a few months after it launched to much fanfare, the Apple Watch has seen a steep decline in sales.
Taylor Swift criticises Apple for decision to not pay artists during free trials of Apple Music streaming service
Showing that companies of all sizes struggle to find business models that everyone agrees with, Taylor Swift has criticised Apple for choosing to offer customers a free three-month trial of its new Apple Music streaming service, which is set to launch on June 30.
Zova, an app targeted at women in the fitness industry is starting to gain some pretty significant traction. It recently become one of just over a dozen apps selected by Apple to be featured as part of the Apple Health Kit with iOS6.
It’s understandable why online payments stalwart PayPal is pissed. Apple recently omitted PayPal from its list of preferred payments platforms. That’s a massive blow to PayPal’s ego. It’s like being the cool kid in high school and then a new cool kid comes along and doesn’t invite you to his party. Ouch.
The world wide streaming of today’s Apple event began with a bit of a embarrassing start.
Today, at WWDC14, Apple announced a couple of really awesome features for OS X Yosemite, the upcoming version of OS X for the Mac.
Finnish banking company, Holvi, recently launched a fun tool for startups to compare their budgets and finance with that of Apple during their first year in business – which was 1976.
Ever thought you could build an app with only three skills – keyboard, mouse, and internet? Neither did we. But we’ve been proven wrong. Australian startup Shareable Apps is taking on the heavyweights at Apple and Google with their recently launched app development platform Adapptr.
Apple acolytes are eagerly awaiting the launch of biographical drama film Jobs which chronicles the journey of one of the most influential innovators of our time, Steve Jobs – played by Ashton Kutcher.
The tablet gadget category has really taken off in 2012 with the release of the “resolutionary” iPad 3 (and some amazing startup use cases of the device) and an Android army including the Asus Transformer Prime, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the Kindle Fire. The success of the original iPad in early 2010 really signalled,… Read more »