Apple's iOS 9 (the new iPhone operating system) contains a very special feature that enables third-party app developers to develop Ad Blocking tools. These tools, which have been around for PC-based web browsers for years, are probably better described as "content blocking" because they allow you to block all kinds of noncommercial stuff (also because there is a heated debate as to whether or not ads are "content"). Pundits and students of the commercial advertising business have identified this technological achievement as the beginning of the end of days. Others cite history and say the industry will get past the problem. After all, content blocking is not new; it's just newly relevant. Right?
I just scheduled an appointment at my local Apple Store to purchase an iPhone 6s Plus on September 25th using Apple's new iPhone Upgrade Program. It's right for me, but is it right for you? And, is it good or bad for the carriers?
Shelly Palmer talks about Apple TV, Apple's upcoming press conference, iPhone 6s or 7 and why Apple's Web TV content is going to be delayed to 2016 on Fox 5 with Robert Moses and Juliet Huddy. Original Airdate: August 18, 2015
Children can benefit from mobile applications that promote problem-solving, productivity, and originality.
It's rare to say "Microsoft" and "cool" in the same sentence, but Microsoft's new Outlook app is definitely cool.