Apple shares drop near two-year low

Friday, 13 May 2016 02:04

Shares of Apple have fallen below $90 (£62) for the first time in nearly two years amid investors' concerns about slumping sales of iPhones.

Instagram is launching a new-look logo as it tries to move away from being seen purely as a photo app.

A sharp plunge in sales has pushed the Taiwanese phonemaker HTC into a loss for the three months to March.

The eminence of social media, which mostly thrives on pictures, has made smartphone cameras an integral feature consumers look out for when buying smartphone devices.

Music streaming service Soundcloud has launched a UK paid-for service to rival the likes of Spotify and Apple Music.

Digital screens can already be bent and rolled. But Google seems to want to make them tearable too. In a patent filing published Thursday, inventors detailed a new kind of device that people can rip and then put back together. When the screen is modified, the contents are modified as well.

Mobile Web Ghana, a leader in mobile technology and entrepreneurship training, has introduced special courses in mobile app development and entrepreneurship to assist young Ghanaians who want to establish their independent businesses or advance their knowledge in the use of mobile technology.

To say that Apple's iPhone 6S has failed to live up to expectations is an understatement.

Apple reported a 13% drop in its second quarter revenue on Tuesday as sales of iPhones slipped.

Ford is in the technology business.

Hundreds of children in both rural and urban communities will benefit from a grant totalling GH¢92,000 to Street Library Ghana (SLG) and J Initiative (JI).