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Strategy Analytics: Android Captures Record 85 Percent Share of Global Smartphone Shipments in Q2 2014

According to the latest research from Strategy Analytics, global smartphone shipments reached 295 million units in the second quarter of 2014. The Android operating system captured a new record of 85 percent global marketshare, mainly at the expense of BlackBerry, Apple iOS and Microsoft Windows Phone.

Strategy Analytics


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Apple Swift Blog

Here you find the Swift Blog with RSS Feed available.

A must read for all Swift Newbies.

Apple Swift Blog

The App Store - Six Years Later

Nice stats covering App introduced per month per device typeKilled and live apps per categoryApp Discovery ChallengesUser LoyalityTechCrunch

ShiftIt - Mac Windows Management

ShiftIt is an application for OSX that allows you to quickly manipulate window position and size using keyboard shortcuts. It intends to become a full featured window organizer for OSX. It is a complete rewrite of the original ShiftIt by Aravindkumar Rajendiran which is not longer under development.


iOS 8 Privacy Updates

Privacy and Security of our data is something that’s increasingly valuable to us.

While we cannot forget Apple is a large corporation with its legal requirements and was indeed part of the companies supplying the Government Agencies with customer data — just like Google, Microsoft, and many others.

The latest updates to iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite introduce some very welcomed changes to the way Security and Privacy is dealt with on these platforms and may serve as an inspiration for others.

LocationCameraContactsKidsSafariKeychain and AuthenticationHomeKitHealthKitCloudKitHandoffiTunes ConnectAdvertising IdentifierWi-Fi MAC AddressNotificationsExtensionsChanges to SettingsPrivacy Best PracticesLuis Abreu