Extreme apps, extreme gadgets and extreme secrecy: Apple Inc. went to great lengths to ensure that no information about its latest gadget was released prematurely.
Many great ideas seem obvious only after the event. How about an online portal that shares telephone numbers of anyone willing to provide them?
Adidas are about to release an app that will take the painful waiting game out of the Sneakerhead subculture. The question is, will it mess with the exclusivity factor?
Apple Inc. reported a record $18 billion in quarterly profit today, one of the biggest in corporate history, fueled by holiday sales of larger-screened iPhones. Just how does that three-month haul stack up?
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. has a “credibility crisis” fueled by a failure to crack down on shady merchants, counterfeit goods, bribery and misleading promotions using its online malls, the Chinese government said.
Amazon.com Inc is making a high-stakes foray into the challenging realm of independent movies, the latest step in its attempt to move beyond simply distributing digital entertainment content to creating it.
Once strong in mobile devices, Blackberry is now an also ran, overtaken by the touchscreen offerings of Apple and Samsung
A question to ponder after reading this Bloomberg story where another new Blackberry CEO reckons he’s discovered a lifeline.
As far more of a free-app connoisseur personally, the cost hiking of products in the App store, thankfully, wouldn’t affect this Apple-head too much. Far more interesting, though, is the reflection of the current state of international markets in their decision; Apple seem pretty sure that the American market won’t stop growing any time soon. Although the … Read more
Telkom SA, South Africa’s biggest landline provider, said on Wednesday that it remained in talks with telecommunications operator MTN to extend their roaming agreement to include the outsourcing of Telkom’s radio access network.