Apple this week has unveiled a slightly more powerful version of MacBook Pro with Retina display. And to boost its computer sales, Apple also placed the whole Retina MacBook’s lineup on lower price points. Read more »
Citing lower smartphone demand, but with no mention of disappointing flagship Android phone, the Samsung Galaxy S5, the Korean tech giant unsurprisingly posted its first net profit decline in three years.
Microsoft Corporation’s Windows Phone and BlackBerry Ltd’s mobile market share suffered major loss last quarter while Google-controlled Android mobile operating system grabbed nearly 85 percent of the global smartphone operating system market share.
Facebook’s decision to force users to download its Messenger application might boost its mobile revenue next year. More members of the popular social networking service are expected to login to Facebook Messenger later this month — giving the tech giant a new potential revenue stream.
BlackBerry Ltd is still relevant, apparently, and it will soon offer a new smartphone with large touchscreen display and physical keyboard. Is the BB Passport the next big thing? Can it convince former BlackBerry owners to return?
Motorola Mobility is again proving that it’s worthy to make the Nexus 6. The variant from Verizon Wireless (NYSE: VZ) is the latest Moto X handset to join the Android 4.4.4 mobile operating system. The Verizon Moto X is now an inch closer to the Android L operating system update, apparently.
Google recently updates its popular e-mail service’s mobile applications to promote its cloud storage service. Google Drive, including Google Drive for Work, is now more accessible and flexible when it comes to Gmail attachments and file downloads. Should smaller companies like Dropbox and Box worry about Google’s massive cloud storage push?
Facebook wants its users to login to a new app in the next few days. The biggest social networking giant is removing messaging on the original Facebook app and will require users to download the Facebook Messenger app.
Verizon (NYSE: VZ) is reportedly launching a new version of HTC One M8, but instead of Android with HTC Sense 6, the new smartphone will offer Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system out of the retail box.