GigaOM reports that it has received word that Apple has purchased the iCloud.com domain name for a sum of $4.5 million. The domain had been used until recently by an online storage firm of the same, but the company recently rebranded its service as CloudMe.
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Yesterday was exciting here in the Ventutec office as the Model Potential app we developed for our client New Line Media went live on the Apple Store. One of our in house app gurus has worked hard to create a truly up-to the minute, unique app that assesses individual pictures to find out if you […]
This quarter has seen Apple continuing to shine in the sales stakes! The company sold: – 4.69 million iPads – 18.65 million iPhones – 9.02 million iPods All this adds up to about 189 million cumulative devices sold. Yesterday comScore reported that the iOS platform’s active user base is still 59% larger than Android’s when […]
Inside industry discussions focused last week on a potential number of updates Apple have made to their app store’s ranking system. Its now widely thought that Apple have added new weights on top of download numbers to determine the chart position of the top apps. Peter Farago, vice president of marketing at Flurry, which serves […]
The Ventutec Crime Finder App uses augmented reality technology to deliver up-to-date statistics for crimes committed within a 500-metre radius of any given location.