Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know today. 1. Facebook stock was down 2% after its Q1 earnings. It brought in $3.54 billion in revenue (with $3.56 expected) and EPS were $0.42, higher than the expected figure of $0.40.
After being forced out of Apple in 2012 following a major Maps debacle and clashes with other execs, former Apple Senior Vice President of iOS Software Scott Forstall has kept a low profile, largely staying out of the public eye.
With the growing number of security leaks, leaked WhatsApp chats and government surveillance, having a solid way of communicating with friends and partners is a growing necessity. And Wiper Messenger fits this huge niche perfectly.
There are a ton of great keyboards for iOS 8, and you even have a few text expansion keyboards to choose from. But if you're more of a visual person, KuaiBoard does text expansion a little differently.
Former Jeb Bush staffer Ethan Czahor knows better than anyone that you're just one bad tweet or Facebook post away from getting canned, so he's created a new app called Clear that lets people vet their own social media accounts and escape his fate.
Apple Watch will bring the world's latest breaking news and headlines to your wrist from a wide variety of publications and sources in the United States and abroad, including the Associated Press, ABC News, Bloomberg, Breaking News, CNN, CNBC, CBC...
Apple calls its iOS 8 keyboard the "smartest ever." As you type, you'll see words and phrases pop up that "you'd probably type next, based on your past conversations and writing style." Clever as this QuickType feature may be, it can be annoying if...
Over the last 20 years, software has slowly eaten the world. Marc Andreessen pointed out this trend in 2011 and noted that increasingly industries are going to be disrupted by software. Here we sit four years later with an “app” for everything.
Looking to be more productive? Well you're in luck. Apple has a deeply discounted collection of apps to help you tackle your daily tasks in a faster and more efficient way, and we've put them all in one place so you can see which ones you like.
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