Just 4% of iOS 6 users still using Apple Maps after 5 days
Just 4% of iOS 6 users still using Apple Maps after 5 days
                   

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Tim Cook's Apology Met With Naked Derision from Twitter

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New (Photo: Boing Boing) Earlier today, Apple CEO Tim Cook took the highly unusual step of issuing a public apology for the fustercluck that is the company’s new map offering. That’s probably little consolation to anyone who upgraded to iOS 6 and has spent the days since utterly unable to get...
Tim Cook's Apology Met With Naked Derision from Twitter

Foursquare just launched a no-brainer partnership with OpenTable for reservations

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New Foursquare announced an interesting partnership today with OpenTable. Tapping on any place in the Foursqare app that’s an OpenTable partner and you’ll be able to make reservations right in the app. The partnership allows you to choose a time and date, number of people and snag a table all from...
Foursquare just launched a no-brainer partnership with OpenTable for reservations

Apple App Store now prominently suggesting Maps app alternatives

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New Hot off news of Apple (AAPL) CEO Tim Cook’s public apology for iOS 6′s awful new Maps app, the Cupertino-based company is now going the extra mile to help upset iOS 6 users find mapping alternatives. As discovered by Digital Trends’ Molly McHugh, the App Store home page now has...
Apple App Store now prominently suggesting Maps app alternatives

More than 15M users connect Facebook with iOS 6

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More than 15.3 million users have connected their Facebook accounts with iOS 6, according to our AppData tracking service. On Monday, Apple announced that more than 100 million iOS devices are running the latest operating system. This means roughly 15 percent of iOS users have connected with Facebook only a...
More than 15M users connect Facebook with iOS 6

TNW's Daily Dose: Facebook Gifts, Apple's apology and more

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Facebook Gifts could very well upend the site as we know it. Apple’s CEO issues an apology over mapsgate. Vodafone and Telefonica get the go-ahead to partner in the UK. You can catch The Daily Dose every Monday through Friday right here on The Next Web. Make sure to hit...
TNW's Daily Dose: Facebook Gifts, Apple's apology and more

Apple Launches New App Store Feature Section for Alternative Maps

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Following this morning's release of an open letter from Tim Cook apologizing for issues with the new Apple-driven Maps app in iOS 6 and mentioning some alternative map options available to users, Apple has also added a new featured section to the App Store highlighting some of those map alternatives....
Apple Launches New App Store Feature Section for Alternative Maps

Marketing Biz: Mapageddon & Authority Wars

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Mapageddon was front and center as the new iOS Maps fallout continued and the fight to control the most valuable context began in earnest. Meanwhile both LinkedIn and Bing raced headlong into identifying experts and assessing authority. While you can quibble with their implementations the trend... Please visit Marketing Land...
Marketing Biz: Mapageddon & Authority Wars

Google Updates Gmail For iOS With Support For The iPhone 5′s Larger Screen

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This isn’t exactly the launch of Google Maps for iOS, but Google just launched an updated version of Gmail for iOS that now supports the iPhone 5′s elongated 4-inch display. Instead of seeing black bars at the top and bottom of the app, iPhone 5 users will now be able...
Google Updates Gmail For iOS With Support For The iPhone 5′s Larger Screen

Apple's Pandora-Killer Delayed Over Song Licensing Negotiations

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Earlier this month, the WSJ reported that Apple was working on a streaming radio service to rival Pandora. Apple was reportedly in licensing negotiations with record labels, but was months away from launching the service. Today, the New York Post reports that negotiations with music publisher Sony/ATV have hit a...
Apple's Pandora-Killer Delayed Over Song Licensing Negotiations
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