With the closure of Google Reader last year and the increasing popularity of news aggregation apps such as Flipboard and Zite, the fate of the lowly RSS feed has become a big question mark -- but a new iPhone app hopes to breath some new life into the medium.
Next week, families will come together to celebrate the holiday spirit and take a whole lot of photos, many of which will be shot on an iPhone -- so the latest major Camera+ update will probably be a real gift to them.
Wednesday marks the end of a short work week for many Americans, with the one-two punch of turkey and family as well as Black Friday shopping rounding out the remainder of the week. But before we turn off the lights and head out on our own mini-holiday for the next four days, here's a look at what's been popping up on the radar overnight. See you in December!
With the release of the Xbox One fast approaching, Microsoft is crossing its I's and dotting its T's by releasing an official Xbox Music app for iOS and Android, offering fans another way to rock out while on the go.
There's still no official native iPad version, but the folks at Yahoo! today unveiled a significant update to the Flickr iPhone app, which takes direct aim at Instagram with tons of new filters and gives away pro editing features.
If you've never heard of IFTTT, chances are you're not really bending the internet to your will -- but starting today, you won't even need a web browser to use the service, thanks to a free iPhone app.