Mobile device users are expected to download a whopping 36 billion apps in 2012.
Apple is reportedly designing a physical game controller that could eventually be sold alongside its mobile lineup of iOS devices.
Analysts at IDC say they expect a "relatively dramatic" industry shift to occur between 2011 and 2016.
The mainstream tablet market is currently limited to two primary operating systems: Android and iOS.
Marvel Comics has debuted a free augmented reality app for mobile iOS and Android devices at SXSW 2012 in Austin, Texas.
People with an iPhone 4S who have downloaded the latest firmware update noticed a surprising change.
Although disappointing, this news really shouldn't surprise anyone.
This is either a testament to just how well Nokia entered the Windows Phone market, or how poor the market was before.
The latest version of Apple's Mac operating system will function more like an iPad than its PC predecessors.
If you could work from home, would you? And do you think you could be more productive?
There's a survey circulating the Web on behalf of Best Buy, which provides deep details about what Apple's entry into the TV market might be.
In less than a year, famed PS3 hacker George Hotz has gone from trending news topic to the "Where Are They Now?" files.
The recent high-profile launch of Cupertino's long-awaited iPhone 4S had a significant impact on the proportion of smartphone owners who chose to purchase an Apple handset.
Sony's digital music platform is getting a big boost as it makes its way to the iPhone and iPad.
Owners of Apple’s wildly popular iPad tablet just can’t seem to get enough apps.
A former Microsoft exec weighs in on why Windows Phone 7 (WP7) hasn't managed to claim significant market share as it struggles to compete against Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS.
Archos has debuted a $200 Honeycomb (3.2) tablet for those interested in buying a current-gen Android device for the new year without breaking the bank.
Google's updated its native Gmail app for Apple's iOS, adding custom signatures and the ability to add doodles to emails.
The NPD Group has confirmed that Google's mobile Android operating system managed to claim more than half of the U.S. smartphone market in 2011.
Although you'll hardly ever hear anyone talk about it, Apple's only product designed to connect directly to your TV is the leader in that niche market.