If it's true that there's an app for everything, why can't iPhone, iPod touch or iPad users build websites on the go? Now that Jimdo has leapt from the desktop to the App Store, that dream has become a reality.
It's taken them long enough, but e-tailer Amazon is finally launching an offensive against "read later" services such as Instapaper and Pocket, allowing readers to add articles to their Kindle with a click from most anywhere.
With each new tablet released -- and there's a lot of them these days! -- the folks at iFixit break out the spudgers and get to work for all of us to enjoy. Now the company has published a chart comparing just how repairable they are to each other.
And just like that, it's gone. Photo sharing service Batch, which launched just over a year ago to great fanfare, has closed its doors -- and users only have until November 8 to download any photos they're shared there.
Oh, Apple, you devious little scamps! The cool kids in Cupertino have complied with a July court order in the U.K. acknowledging that Samsung didn't infringe on the iPad design with the Galaxy Tab -- but added a playful little twist at the end.
Whether you're religious or not, everyone knows the story of Adam and Eve involving forbidden fruit laid out in the Bible -- and now Apple's iconic logo is being taken to task for being a symbol of that original sin.
It would seem that for every need, there's an app offering a solution. This week, two different developers are offering new solutions -- one aimed at creating mobile websites on the go, and another making it easier than ever for women to shop on the iPad.
Out with the old, in with the new! Amidst rumors of big changes coming from Hulu, the company is rolling out a fresh new look for its website in an effort to make it easier for viewers to find what they're looking for.