Google's mobile maps product saw its market share in China decline by close to 50 percent in the third quarter due to Apple switching to its own maps product for its iOS 6 upgrade, according to a Beijing-based research firm.
Google's working on an iOS Maps app that may never see the light of day, Apple may soon let Siri buy your movie tickets, and Steve Jobs gets fully posable.
Consumer Reports gives the iPhone 5 the thumbs up, Apple's upping Maps's 3D coverage, and buying a new MacBook gives you an up-to-date iPhone 5 dock.
If iOS 6 Maps app has left you longing for Street View, we have some good news from Google.
Consumer Reports compares Apple and Google's mapping programs (from iOS 6 and Android 4.0, respectively) while in New York City.
Apple adds a totally non-controversial stipulation to its iOS developer rules; European citizens don't need anything more than a one-year warranty; and everybody's cool with the new Maps, especially Canadians.
At the CeBIT trade show in Germany, TomTom previewed version 1.3 of its iPhone satellite navigation app, which has been submitted to Apple for approval.