Tag Archive: Traffic


iPhones represented 48.9 percent of the UK’s smartphone-based web traffic in Q2, according to a new study by Chitika. While Samsung came in at the expected second place, its percentage (22.8 percent) was much closer to BlackBerry’s (16.8 percent) than… Read more ›

Stuck in traffic? Audiobooks app adds 1,600 free titles

Free public domain audiobooks app Audiobooks (kind of like Audible for the poor-dible) has just received a notable upgrade. Coinciding with the app’s fifth anniversary, Audiobooks 6.0 features a redesigned interface — improving significantly on the iOS 7 overhaul which arrived… Read more ›

Forget about a close run race — the iPad is absolutely obliterating Android tablets when it comes to web traffic stats. The data, which comes from Chitika Insights, looks at the distribution of Web usage across leading tablet devices for… Read more ›

Earlier today, we said that the iPod was a dying business. But ‘dying’ businesses for Apple are still busineses that the competition would kill to have. Apple’s iPod business, for example, is still worth $ 5 billion to the company. Here’s… Read more ›

Sure, you can open up Apple’s Maps app on your iPhone (or iPad, but really, who does that?) and enable live traffic information with a tap or two. It’s super helpful while you’re on the road, and helps you avoid… Read more ›     

Sure, you can open up Apple’s Maps app on your iPhone (or iPad, but really, who does that?) and enable live traffic information with a tap or two. It’s super helpful while you’re on the road, and helps you avoid… Read more ›     

Maps icon for Mac OS X If you’re planning a drive or some sort of vehicular journey while on your Mac, you can use the Maps app bundled with OS X Mavericks to help avoid annoying traffic, slow downs, road closures, construction work, and accidents by enabling the built-in incident reporter feature. It’s just a click away, but the icon isn’t the most obvious indicator of what the feature provides the user. Launch  [Read More…]

Maps icon for Mac OS X If you’re planning a drive or some sort of vehicular journey while on your Mac, you can use the Maps app bundled with OS X Mavericks to help avoid annoying traffic, slow downs, road closures, construction work, and accidents by enabling the built-in incident reporter feature. It’s just a click away, but the icon isn’t the most obvious indicator of what the feature provides the user. Launch  [Read More…]

Maps icon for Mac OS X If you’re planning a drive or some sort of vehicular journey while on your Mac, you can use the Maps app bundled with OS X Mavericks to help avoid annoying traffic, slow downs, road closures, construction work, and accidents by enabling the built-in incident reporter feature. It’s just a click away, but the icon isn’t the most obvious indicator of what the feature provides the user. Launch  [Read More…]

Dan Whisenhunt was visibly moved when speaking of his former employer Steve Jobs in front of the Cupertino City Council. “A little more than two years ago, Steve shared his excitement about this project,” said Whisenhunt, Apple’s director of real estate…

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