Apple 2015: 5 Developments to Expect

Apple 2015: 5 Developments to Expect

As we look ahead to new tech developments for 2015, we also appreciate what an interesting past year it has been for Apple, with new versions of iOS, OS X, iPhones, and iPads released. The company has undoubtedly a lot to offer businesses, but the question is, with such a good year in 2014, what can we expect from Apple in the year ahead?

1. Apple focuses more on business solutions

Early in 2014, Apple announced that they would be entering a long-term partnership with enterprise giant IBM. The idea behind this was that Apple would work with IBM to develop a better way to bring mobile solutions to businesses and whole industries.

Android 5.0 Lollipop News and Release Dates

Android 5.0 Lollipop News and Release Dates

Each year, usually in late May or June, Google holds I/O, their annual developers’ conference. At this conference, Google highlights what they are working on and what you can expect from the tech giant in the coming months. This year’s I/O was held on June 25 and 26, and at the keynote the company talked at great length about their upcoming version of Android.

Netflix Renames DVD Service Qwikster

Back in July, movie-on-demand giant Netflix raised their prices setting their customers on a rampage and their stock prices into a free fall.  (Read the initial announcement from July here).  If you're not familiar with Netflix, they're a movie rental company which sends you your movies in the mail.

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HP Exiting The PC Business: What Does It Mean?

As reported yesterday, HP (http://www.hp.com/) has announced their intent to exit the personal computer Business.  This move comes as the company struggles to stay relevant in the ever dynamic consumer products marketplace. For years, HP has attempted to build upon its successful printer business by acquiring other consumer product companies such as Compaq and (most recently) Palm.