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Facebook brings Chat Heads, stickers and a new News Feed to the iPhone and iPad in the latest update to its app.
MyGlass, the Google Glass companion app, is now in the Google Play Store for those lucky enough to get early Explorer Editions of Google's new hardware.
With rumors about Babel--which has also been referred to as Babble in the past--Google's update to its VoIP-like Google Voice service may indicate that the company is preparing for a broader unified messaging service.
A new YouTube for iPhone and iPad add live streaming just in time for the second weekend of Choachella and a new "my subscriptions" view.
A new video from Blizzard shows a quick game of Hearthstone: Heroes of WarCraft, the developer's upcoming free-to-play card battle game.
A recent ratings board listing says Elder Scrolls: Arena will come to more platforms, possibly as an HD remake. That may include iOS and Android versions.
The new Facebook Messenger brings Chat heads, the best part of Facebook Home, to any Android phone, making SMS much easier for everyone.
Burner now lets Android users get disposable phone numbers without buying a prepaid phone. The app is now free for both Android and iPhone users.
Neeraj Arora, business development head for WhatsApp, has denied that there is any talk of Google purchasing the messaging service.
Apple will remove more apps like AppGratis from the App Store in the near future in an effort to maintain the integrity of the store.
Along with a recent UI overhaul of its Play Store, Google also removed nearly 60,000 Android apps that were non-compliant, malicious, or low-quality.
Chrome for iPhone now lets users view websites in fullscreen and adds Cloud Print and AirPrint support.
AppGratis CEO Simon Dawlat explains that his app was pulled because of Apple's confusing guidelines and the opinion of a single Apple App Reviewer.
A leaked copy of Facebook Home is available is now available, and will run on almost any Android phone, not just the HTC First.
Project 100, a transportation sharing service in Las Vegas, recently announced the purchase of 100 Tesla Model S vehicles.
The WWE app will let iPhone, iPad and Android users stream WrestleMania 29 to their smartphone or tablet, if they're willing to pay $59.99.
In the latest Apple-submitted patent filing to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, it appears that the iPhone-maker may be exploring options to bring a Google 'Street View'-like feature to the Apple Maps application for iOS.
Injustice: Gods Among Us for the iPhone and iPad lets players unlock costumes in the DC hero and villain console fighting game.
Facebook Home will replace the Android home screen with a Facebook Cover Feed on select phones starting April 12.
The iOS App Store now displays app ratings just below the name, making it easy to see what age games and apps are appropriate for.
Flipboard has updated its Android news reader app in advance of Samsung's release of the flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone to support new hover gestures.
The new Twitter for Android sports a native Android design and can now link to apps like Foursquare and Flickr directly from Tweets.
Side-scrolling Duke Nukem 2 is now available on the iPhone and iPad, 20 years after its original PC release.
However, it seems that Windows Phone is breaking free of the HD Voice requirements as it may be among the first platforms to bring enhanced call audio quality to all carriers thanks to third-party VoIP app Viber.
An Instagram app recently landed in the Windows Phone Store, but its a fake that nobody can actually download.
At a New York auto show, BMW announced support for Rhapsody, TuneIn, Glympse, and Audible with their BMW Apps vehicle integration system through the iPhone.
SaferCar, a free app for iPhone from the NHTSA allows users to view safety information, recalls, and even find assistance in installing child safety seats.
An update to Google Plus apps on Android and iOS will bring new community and photo editing features.
XCOM: Enemy Unknown will come to iPhone and iPad sometime this summer, bringing the popular alien tactics game to touchscreen devices.
TOPPs' Bunt 2013 brings trading baseball cards with friends back for another inning.
Apple has posted for "Maps Ground Truth Managers" who are responsible for leading a maps team, verifying maps data, and providing on the ground maps data.
The problem with Windows 8 as it stands is that the OS may seem like it has multiple personalities when you begin using it.
Google Translate for Android now lets users download language packs so they can translate phrases without a data connection.
Temple Run will finally come to Windows Phone this week, about 18 months after it first debuted on iOS.
Google Maps now offers real-time public transportation information in New York City, Salt Lake City and Washington, D.C.