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HomeTechnology NewsHealthbook, iPhone 6 Launch, Flappy Bird Tour, Colors App Store and MoreBy Manu Iglesias – Mar 21, 2014ShareFacebookTwitter

Roaming Surcharge Will Be History in EU Countries by the End of 2015

This possibility has long been considered, and it seems that the rumours are finally being confirmed. The European Union will prohibit telephone operators from charging their customers extra for calling from outside their countries as long as they are in other EU countries.

Healthbook, Lanzamiento iPhone 6, Flappy Bird, Colores App Store y Más
Healthbook, Lanzamiento iPhone 6, Flappy Bird, Colores App Store y Más

Roaming Surcharge Will Be History in EU Countries by the End of 2015

Jonathan Ive Talks About Jobs, His Team and His Beginnings

Jonathan Ive is one of Apple’s heavyweights and whatever the designer has to say is very valuable to us. Ive has recently given an interview and the answers are most interesting.

Jonathan Ive Talks About Jobs, His Team and His Beginnings

Burger King to Accept Mobile Payments in the US from April

Everything seems to indicate that mobile payments will eventually become popular, although this is still some way off. Burger King wants to start making a move and has announced that in some of its establishments in the US it will be possible to pay with the mobile phone through an app from April.

Burger King to Accept Mobile Payments in the US from April

Infographics on the Use of Colors in App Store Icons

App developers have to take a lot of things into consideration for their app to succeed. It’s not just that it’s a good app, but that it has to look and feel good. The use of colors is an important factor and in this infographic you can see the colors that the developers choose according to the category of their app.

Infographics on the Use of Colors in App Store Icons

The Creator of Flappy Bird claims that the game will return to the App Store, but does not specify when

Flappy Bird is still in the news and this time the reason is something we were already thinking about when the app was removed: its creator has said that it is possible that the game will be available again in the future. Does this surprise you?

The Creator of Flappy Bird states that the game will return to the App Store, but does not specify when

iOS 7.1 Is causing serious problems with the Internet Sharing (WiFi HotSpot) function

Many iPhone users with iOS 7.1 are reporting that since upgrading their device they have not been able to use the Internet Sharing option. Apple blames the carriers and the carriers blame Apple. Will the solution take long?

iOS 7.1 Is causing serious problems in the Internet Sharing Function (WiFi HotSpot)

Healthbook, a $3,000 Billion Market Apple Could Enter

There are many rumors that Apple could enter the health market in a short time. The iWatch is one of the devices that could be focused on this sector and it is believed that iOS 8 could incorporate Healthbook, an app that would collect the data generated by the device, our movements and our health. According to analysts’ estimates, this is a $3 trillion market.

Healthbook, a $3,000 Billion Market Apple Could Enter

Apple Shouldn’t Wait Until September to Introduce iPhone 6 According to Different Analysts

Several analysts have published that they believe it is a mistake for Apple to wait until September to launch the next iPhone. They believe that bringing the launch forward a few months would be very beneficial for the company for various reasons.

Apple Shouldn’t Wait Until September to Introduce iPhone 6 According to Different Analysts

Apple’s New Releases Drive Sales of Older Products in China

It is curious how different some markets are. In most parts of the world, when Apple launches a new device, its market share grows very significantly, while that of older products drops. In China, however, the opposite is true. When a new Apple product arrives, many users buy it, but many more decide that it’s time to buy the older products, thereby significantly increasing the company’s user base.

Apple’s New Releases Drive Sales of Older Products in China

Tim Cook Calls a Book About Apple and Steve Jobs Called “The Cursed Empire” “Nonsense”

There are many books about Apple that are coming out, one of the last “The cursed empire” is raising blisters and even Tim Cook himself has come out to qualify the work and has done so as: “nonsense”.

Tim Cook Rates as “Nonsense” a Book About Apple and Steve Jobs Called “The Cursed Empire”

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