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Siri leads Google Now in usage, study shows

A new study from consumer technology research firm revealed more than half of iPhone owners use Siri voice recognition software, while less than one-third of Android phone owners leverage Google Now.

TurnToTech, Mobile Makers, Flatiron bootcamps keep app developers on pace

More than 70 app development bootcamps are available across the United States and Canada, but what do they offer students? The fast-changing app environment means devs should look at schools with a critical eye.

iPhone, Apple Watch and Apple TV drive record revenue for Apple in fiscal Q1

Apple reported quarterly revenue of $75.9 billion and quarterly net income of $18.4 billion in the fiscal year 2016 first quarter, thanks in part to its record-breaking iPhone, Apple Watch and Apple TV sales. Here are the details.

Pew: The average app asks for up to five of a possible 235 permissions

The average app asks for five permissions, which can be divided up into 235 categories, according to the Pew Research Center. The data was based primarily on an analysis of more than 1 million Android apps in the Google Play store last year.

The surprising logic behind Microsoft's mobile platform strategy

It's just so weird: When Apple launched the iPad Pro, a lot of people were comparing it to Microsoft's Surface. Now the industry is wondering whether Microsoft will take the Surface experience and squeeze it into something that could better compete with the iPhone.

The beginner's guide to creating tvOS apps for Apple TV

At one point in time, there were dramas and sitcoms so valued by their audience that  they were sometimes referred to as "appointment television." Later, major networks described some of their shows as "must-see TV." It's not exactly clear, though, how we'll convey the tvOS apps that all consumers should download for Apple TV.

watchOS 2 delay: The reaction from Apple developers

For a device that was once known only for keeping track of time, app developers were like everyone else in finding irony that the operating system behind the Apple Watch, watchOS 2, will be late.

How iOS developers can start using 3D Touch in the iPhone 6S for mobile games

Most indie developers are probably pretty comfortable with creating apps that make use of "pinch" and "zoom" gestures by now. Mastering the art of "peek" and "pop" on an iPhone 6S may be another story entirely.

iOS devs are joining in the speculation about Apple's 'Hey Siri' event

Like the rest of the world, iOS developers would like Siri to "give them a hint" about this week's Apple product launch, but they've been content to discuss the possibilities on Twitter in the meantime.

Poll: 12% of Android users would consider switching to Apple's next iPhone

The next iPhone could lead 12 percent of Android users to consider switching, according to Phoenix and SessionM's mobile insights platform  mXP. The stats are based on a one-question poll that ran for 24 hours last month.