Apple frequently touts the number of applications available to iOS users, which now sits north of 350,000. But that number could be in danger of coming in second place to rival Google in just a few months time.
The decline is Android's first since the second quarter of 2009. Apple's iOS gained market share, jumping to 28% from 19% the previous quarter, while Research In Motion's BlackBerry OS fell to 14% from 19% a quarter earlier, the research firm said.
As their tax rates plummeted, the total income of the richest 400 Americans skyrocketed. In 1995, the combined income of the richest 400 was just over $6 billion. By 2007, the combined income of the richest 400 was almost $23 billion.
Too little or too much sleep can dull the middle-aged brain, a new study suggests. Women and men who change from sleeping six to eight hours per night to getting more or less sleep once middle-age hits score lower on virtually every test measuring cognitive function.
With Arizona's doctor shortage and health insurance set to be extended to millions more, experts predict a huge need for family and primary-care doctors. But as the new graduates of the inaugural class of UA College of Medicine have learned, the world of medicine has become generally much more challenging for doctors since they started medical school...
Bin Laden eclipses royal wedding in global media - Less than a week after U.S. President Barack Obama announced that U.S. forces had killed the al Qaeda leader in Pakistan, the bin Laden story had racked up more than 84 million citations in the global print and electronic media, social media sites and on the Internet.
Skype can help boost the popularity of Windows-powered devices such as tablet computers, according to Colin Gillis, an analyst with BGC Partners LP in New York. Apple has boosted its share of the global phone market and is the biggest seller of tablets. Last quarter, Apple’s net income surpassed Microsoft’s for the first time...