Android, iPhone Users' Preferences Differ
Coupons.com data, based upon the number of coupons printed or saved to store loyalty cards in various categories, indicates distinctions between the users of the two mobile operating systems.
Nintendo To Cut DSi, DSi XL Prices
Responding to tough competition from Apple and other smartphone makers in the handheld gaming market, Nintendo said it will slash $20 from the price of two systems starting September 12.
Top 10 Misconceptions About SMB Technology Needs
Growing companies face constant pressure to do more with less and to improve IT capabilities to keep pace with competitors. With every dollar crucial, IT and business decision makers can't afford any of these missteps.
Four Friday Apple Anecdotes
Today's Apple happenings include: defensive statements from HTC; Apple and SurfaceInk call it quits; the Verizon iPhone rears up again; and some numbers about how many Facebookers use iOS.
Garmin Recalls Nuvi GPS
Affected personal navigation devices will be repaired free of charge due to a risk of overheating batteries.
Four Friday Android Anecdotes
Today's Android anecdotes include details about Android 2.2 Froyo for the Droid Incredible, a root for the EVO 4G, an Android battery battle, and pre-orders for the Samsung Fascinate.
MyFax Gets iPhone Client
The new MyFax iPhone app lets subscribers to the online fax service receive faxes on their smartphones directly rather than as e-mail attachments.
GetApp Provides Directory Of Business Apps
The business-only directory includes apps in more than 300 categories with information to help assess needs and make choices from among the mix of free and paid listings.
Microsoft Readies Windows Phone 7 Marketplace
Microsoft says that its Windows Phone 7 software developer tools have been downloaded more than 300,000 times. The Windows Phone Marketplace is preparing for an early October launch.