Could Nintendo lift its sagging fortunes by releasing its hottest properties on other platforms like iOS or Android instead of keeping them on their own hardware? It's a question we may never have an answer to, but it's fun to speculate. And for our American readers, you'll have plenty of time to do so as we enter the three-day Labor Day weekend, so get out there and enjoy the last blast of summer -- we'll be back with a weekend recap on Tuesday morning!
Facebook just received a huge boost to its general usefulness in the form of the ability to place reservations at restaurants across the United States through its mobile app, thanks to a collaborative effort with OpenTable. In addition, you'll be able to learn the showtimes, channel information, and descriptions for your favorite shows via each show's Facebook page.
If you weren't paying attention to the calendar on Monday, you might have woke up and thought any number of these clever pranks were the real thing -- so here's a few of the tech-related gags we got a chuckle out of.
ABC has one, and so does NBC… heck, even The CW has an iOS app for streaming full episodes of their TV shows! Now, CBS is crashing the party with an app of its own, but you'll have to wait as much as eight days to see some of your favorites.
Die-hard Facebook users are a very connected group of people, and they sure do get frustrated when they can't get hooked up with one of their favorite services. Starting today, integrating Netflix to Facebook will no longer be one such point of contention.
Imagine getting a great deal on gift cards, only to have the retailer take them away -- without explanation -- the next time you try to shop there. This real-life nightmare is currently playing out for CinemaNow customers, who watched helplessly as thousands of dollars disappeared from their accounts last weekend.
If your kids just can't get enough Nickelodeon in their lives, a new iPad app will keep the fun going all the time, wherever you go, all with a swipe-friendly user interface and more than 1,000 bits of content.