Posts tagged finance
Next is a brand new App for the iPhone coming from the developers of the highly popular Moneybook and BudgetBook Apps for the iPhone and iPad. Personally, I use BudgetBook for the iPad on a regular basis and it is my go-to finance App. So why Next when Moneybook already exists for the iPhone? Read More
Financial applications for mobile devices are yet to flourish in the various App Stores around today. However there are definitely some very promising developments, which have a vast potential to be transformed into something, significantly more powerful and suitable for replacing the use of the traditional PC.
For the most part, these applications are designed for the user to keep track of their personal or corporate income and expenditure. They allow you to keep track of the transactions made on your various accounts and budget according to what you are spending at any point in time. Read More
At Apple’s quaterly earnings conference call, Tim Cook – Apple COO made some interesting comments about the iPad 2, competition with Android, status in Japan, and health of his CEO Steve Jobs. About the iPad 2, Tim Cook says that the demand has been staggering, and that they are finding it hard meet the demand. Read More
Apple today announced its financial results for the first quarter of the year 2011. The numbers Apple presented are staggering and this has been Apple’s best quarter ever.
While every area of Apple’s business bloomed, the iPad attracted an amazing number of people. In just this holiday season, Apple sold 7.33 million iPads which is 3 million more than the previous quarter. As more schools, colleges, institutions, individuals, and even governments adopt the iPad, the sales are going to definitely increase. The sales are so high that the device has overtaken Apple’s complete Mac business in terms of revenue.
Steve Jobs, a visionary and the phenomenon behind Apple has been named the Person of the Year. Time Magazine recently chose Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook CEO as its Person of the Year, leaving behind Jobs in the dust.