Apple Reveals New Products at WWDC 2012

On June 11 Apple kicked off its annual WWDC. Now in its 23rd year, the highly anticipated developer’s conference reportedly sold out of tickets in just 1 hour and 43 minutes. People from 60 countries made the journey to San Francisco to join 1,000 Apple engineers at the …


Apple Cuts Google Maps Out of iPhone

It’s been long suspected that Apple will replace Google Maps with its own mapping technology, and today the company confirmed that iOS 6 will feature a proprietary mapping application. Up until now, iPhone users have relied on the Google Maps application to find locations worldwide. However, over the …



Facebook Shifts Focus to Mobile Apps

Facebook Shifts Focus to Mobile Apps Back in April Facebook officially announced its plans to purchase Instagram for an astonishing $1 billion. This week the social media platform rolled out its own photo sharing app, Facebook Cam, now available in the App Store for free. The app was …


New Apps Debut at SXSW Interactive

Each year thousands of digital creatives attend the SXSW Interactive Festival in Austin, eagerly anticipating new technologies and mobile apps to be introduced. In 2007, Twitter was the breakout social media app that presented real time micro-blogging to the world. Location-based social media platforms like Foursquare and Gowalla …