It has been confirmed that Apple’s iPhone trade-in program is now available in retail stores throughout Canada. Visit DigitalHome.ca for more!
Android-powered devices outsold Apple iPads to overtake the top spot in the global tablet market share for the first time in 2013.
Apple hit another milestone over the past weekend: more than 25 billion apps from the iTunes App Store have been downloaded. As you might expect, the world’s most valuable company celebrated that achievement by awarding a US$10,000 iTunes gift card to the user who downloaded app number 25,000,000,000. Chunli Fu of Qingdao, China probably had [...]
Yesterday Dell Canada and Fongo launched Dell Voice (dellvoice.ca), a VoIP service centered around the idea of saving Canadian mobile customers money by offering voice calling capabilities using a mobile app on your smartphone or Windows desktop. The service centers around Fongo and their access to Fibernetics, an across Canada network. This gives Dell Voice [...]
U.S. tablet sales, excluding iPad sales, reached 1.2 million units for the first ten months of 2011 according to a recent report from the NPD Group.
Surprisingly, HP, which released its WebOS powered Touchpad tablet in July and cancelled it in August, was the number one seller with a 17% market share or just over 200,000 units.
Over 234 million Americans age 13 and older used mobile devices in the third quarter with over a third of them – 87.4 million – saying they owned a smartphones according to a recent report by comScore. The number of smartphone owners was up 12 percent from the preceding quarter.
The iPhone 4S may not have captured the hearts of the blogosphere but it certainly has captured the hearts of consumers.
Apple today announced it has sold over four million of the devices in just three days. The device sold just over a million units on Friday, the first day of sales and a remarkable three million more units on Saturday and Sunday.
Apple has sent out invitations to a press event next Tuesday October 4th at its headquarters in Cupertino, California. On the invite, it says “Let’s Talk iPhone” which leaves little doubt that the unveiling of the iPhone 5 is near at hand.