Ashton Kutcher Believes The Role Of Steve Jobs Was Meant For Him

Ashton Kutcher As Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs (on the left) and Ashton Kutcher (on the right) While this type of news isn’t really BestTechInfo’s forte, it’s certainly huge in both the technology and entertainment industries. With that said, The Daily had an interesting conversation and short interview with the producer behind the upcoming Steve Jobs film: Five Star Institute’s Mark Hulme.

The Next-Generation 2012 iMac Might Feature Anti-Refelctive Glass

In a summary report for touch panels and displays, Digitimes claims that G-Tech Optoelectronics is ramping up production for cover glass used in the new iPad. According to sources, G-Tech is likely to supply approximately 25-30% of Apple’s cover glass orders for the iPad this year.

Apple Increases Developers’ iAd Revenue Share From 60% To 70%

Apple’s App Store launched in 2008 and their iAd mobile advertising platform (a program that allows developers to incorporate ads into their apps for an additional revenue stream) was introduced with iOS 4 in 2010. In the past, app developers have earned 70% of the revenue generated from selling their mobile apps in the App Store and 60% of the …

5.1 Untethered Jailbreak Status, New iPod Touch Info, iOS 5.1+ Downgrade In The Works & More

This is the eighty-first episode of my series titled “BestTechInfo And Rumors”! This series is all about providing current and accurate technology related news and rumors. In this episode I discuss the iOS 5.1 Untethered Jailbreak status, the new (unofficial) iPod Touch,  the iOS 5.1+ downgrade that’s being developed and more! Links to the articles discussed in this episode:

iOS And Android Make Up Practically The Entire Smartphone Market

iPhone Android Kindle Fire

According to the latest data gathered by Nielsen, Google’s Android OS and Apple’s iOS have pushed other mobile operating systems to the brink of extinction. The closest competitor to the two giants of the mobile industry is RIM with their Blackberry devices. However, with only 12% of the total smartphone industry and 5% of new users adopting the platform in …