U.S. carrier AT&T is no stranger to the app game, but this week they're jumping into the photo sharing racket with a new service for storing, syncing and sharing images, videos and documents in one safe, convenient place.
Still bummed about the forthcoming loss of third-party Twitter client Echofon on the Mac? Then get your iTunes Store account warmed up, because Tweetbot just flew into the Mac App Store -- but it will cost you a cool 20 bucks for the pleasure of using it. Why so steep? It seems Twitter's new policies are to blame, and you can click on to read all about it.
Is it possible to follow up on the massive commercial success of an iconic game such as Angry Birds? Developer Rovio seems to think so, and it's unleashing its latest effort on Thursday in the hopes of doing just that.
If you're still a disbeliever who thinks the iPad won't someday displace the Mac for many uses, look no further than today's recap for proof that it's already happening. Heck, we've got Vimeo now connecting with Dropbox to get videos on their service, a personal weather station and even screenwriting tool Final Draft now on the iPad to allow work from most anywhere. So let's dig right into the news for Wednesday, August 29, 2012!
Are you a Pinterest junkie or know someone who is? If so, you might want to keep that loved one away from the App Store, because the service has finally carried the addiction over to the iPad and Android this week.
If you're a frequent traveler, you've likely discovered the popular FlightTrack or FlightTrack Pro apps by Mobiata. But if not, today is your lucky day, as the developer has introduced an all-new free version of FlightTrack for iOS and Android.
With its privacy gaffe earlier this year squarely behind them, the folks at Path are forging ahead with new features to make sharing with loved ones better than ever. Bigger photos, movie and book sharing and more are all on deck in Path 2.5.
The folks at Google certainly aren't having a very good 4th of July after Samsung lost its appeal over a preliminary injunction granted to Apple, which effectively shuts down sales of the flagship Galaxy Nexus handset until a software patch arrives to address the infringement.
It's hard to believe it's only been two years and two months since Steve Jobs penned his "Thoughts on Flash" missive on the Apple website -- and now, Adobe is throwing in the towel on Android support effective August 15th.
All Googled out from the company's two-hour keynote extravaganza this morning? We can't blame you -- after all, we've never seen any Apple executives skydiving over Moscone West to show off future products! However, today's recap is guaranteed to be 80 percent Google-free -- and the 20 percent we do chat about might make App Store lovers a little green with envy. So let's skydive right into the news for this Wednesday, June 27, 2012.