After being announced in late January, Microsoft is already rolling out the SkyDrive rebranding with the launch of OneDrive -- and a whole lot of potential free cloud storage for those with plenty of friends.
BlackBerry may be down, but judging from their rabid, die-hard fan base, they may not be completely out after taking T-Mobile's CEO to task over how the carrier started recommending the iPhone to customers.
It's February 14th, Valentine's Day. So we just know you're going to love the apps we have on sale for you. Whether these are games or camera apps or even apps designed to spark some romance in your life, we've got you covered. So save a little here, then splurge on dinner tonight, because we've got you covered.
The developer of a mobile game whose popularity suddenly soared in recent weeks has decided he "cannot take this anymore" and decides to yank the app over the weekend, despite earning upwards of $50,000 per day in advertising.
Now that the floodgates have opened and Google is offering its Chromecast SDK to everyone, how soon will it be before our favorites apps add support? At least two streaming music providers appear to already be in the works.
We've got your games right here, plus we've got a super deal on one of the most popular apps for one of the most popular social-media platforms. And if you want to see the pure blood sport of grocery-list apps going at it like a knife fight in aisle six, well, then you've come to the right place. This week's Price Drop has gone Armageddonal, so strap in and start saving some money!
If you’ve always wanted an answer to an eternal question (like “Are we alone in the universe?”), there’s finally an app capable of providing the answer – although you may want to stick with more basic queries for now unless you have a sense of humor. Jelly is the brainchild of Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, offering a method for iPhone (and Android) users to snap a picture of something, type in a related question, and post for others to see and answer. Questions appear on cards that can be swiped off the screen, with options for contributing an answer or forwarding to others who can help via SMS, email, or clipboard.
When was the last time you visited Twitter's website to catch up? Perhaps sensing that it's an app world after all, the microblogging service is polishing up its website to look more like its own mobile apps.
Holy smokes, y'all, we have a bigger than usual Price Drop column this week as there were just too many great apps from big names in iOS that we couldn't stop. If there are apps you've been looking to buy but have been waiting for a sale, well, your ship has come in, kiddos. Get 'em while they're hot, fresh and cheap.