A survey of developers at Apple's WWDC shows they all love the platform and its chance to earn money. No surprises there. But the survey also dug up the fact that 50% of iOS coders pen apps for Android.
The President is also keen on all things "new." Last night's SOTU speech prompted us to run his words through our text analysis process and dig into the text. What do his words reveal about our "future"?
New research from Pew Internet shows that the digital divide is wider than previously thought--and wealth correlates almost exactly to Internet usage. How much do you have to earn before you hit the tipping point?
Despite leading the cell phone world for years, the giant Nokia seemed to have stumbled over planning for the smartphone future. Today some analysts think its future is brighter and have bumped up their Nokia predictions. What's going on?
Facebook is a friendly distraction for most of us, but that doesn't mean it can't also be a tool: Facebook's been exploring those billions of status updates as a social data source for example. The data on happiness indices around the world are fascinating.
Analysis of iPhone user trends show the devices get most play at evening time and also on the weekends, when they generate 7% more traffic than weekdays. Besides being useful for PR purposes, this shows business iPhone use still lags.