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Blizzard announced Hearthstone: Heroes of WarCraft for iPad, Mac and PC, a freemium collectible card game set in the WarCraft universe.
As if the rumored forthcoming second generation iPad mini will be moving to the much anticipated higher resolution Retina Display isn't enough, Apple's guidance to app developers may solidify the company's momentum to standardize on the Retina Display across all its tab...
Apple updates Podcasts and removes the skeuomorphic design, possibly hinting at a new direction for iOS 7.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt hints that Google Now is stuck in Apple's App Store approval process, so it could come to iPhone and iPad soon.
Pandora is finally available for Windows Phone 8 with Live Tiles and Kid's Corner features and ad-free streaming throughout 2013.
Samsung is hoping to court the business of frequent flyers and world travelers with an exclusive arrangement with travel planning service TripAdvisor as the app will come pre-installed and integrated with Samsung's flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone.
A new version of the Google Play Store had leaked, and Droid-life had installed the new storefront, which takes us to a major version 4.0 upgrade, that shows a more refined UI and may hint at the future direction of Android.
Today Google announced Google Keep, a new note-taking app for Google Drive, for the web and for Android.
Shoppers in 130 more Walmart stores will soon have the ability to scan and pay for items with their iPhone without interacting with store employees.
The Jawbone Up will now work with Android smartphones and tablets thanks to a new free app in the Google Play Store.
Humans are not the only ones using tablets. Penguins at the Aquarium of the Pacific have taken to playing games on an iPad.
A new update to Gmail for Android lets users archive and reply to messages from the notification tray and makes search better.
Scosche has released the controlFREQ, which is a stereo that allows for full control of all functions through a smart phone application.
Pocket, formerly known as Read It Later, may find a new behemoth of a competitor in Google if it launches its newly leaked Google Keep service.
Part of the Samsung Galaxy S4's new input experience is already available inside the MyScripts Handwriting Calculator app in the Android Play Store.
With more people using the cameras on their larger size tablets to capture photos and videos, Google is responding to the trend by porting its YouTube Capture app to be compatible with Apple's iPad and iPad mini slates.
A new iPhone app makes users perform simple tasks before it turns off, effectively forcing them to wake up.
In 2012, Chevrolet sold more Volt vehicles globally than Nissan sold Leafs, for the first time ever.
Google is hyping up its Google Glass project by demonstrating how some popular apps would work on the heads-up display that's part of Google's wearable computing platform.
A free app called HiddenApps lets iPhone and iPad users hide Apple apps without jailbreaking their phone or tablet.
New iPhone app Takes takes photos and videos at the same time, making it easy to create videos form short bursts of videos and photos.
Samsung released Unicron Apocalypse from its recent Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 ads, and it's even worse than the ads.
A new app for Google Glass can identify people by the clothes they wear and overlay that information on the screen.
The new Google Field Trip for iPhone helps users discover new places or things to do either in a city they are visiting or the one they live in.
Facebook details its new News Feed that brings a cleaner look to smartphones, tablets and the desktop website.
The Google Play Store turned one year old, and to celebrate Google has put a ton of content on sale.
Nokia releases a new in an attempt to make Instagram for Windows Phone happen, though Microsoft is working on such an app, pending Instagram approval.
The new Humble Bundle with Android 5 lets gamers choose their own price for six DRM-free Android games while giving money to charity.
The new Green Throttle Arena wants to turn the Kindle Fire HD and other Android tablets into game consoles complete with controllers.
Netflix won't immediately support BlackBerry 10, joining Instagram as the second popular app that isn't coming to the platform right away, if ever.
A new exclusive Lumia app from Nokia and Burton aims to make snowboarding more fun from start to finish.
Next week at its Menlo Park headquarters Facebook will debut a new version of the News Feed which may include a new mobile version.
YouTube for iPhone and iPad gain "send to TV" so users can automatically push videos to select smart TVs from the app.
After much speculation about a Lumia-branded Windows tablet from Nokia, so far the company has not made any announcements about its tablet efforts but it has anounced its Nokia Music service will be coming to Microsoft's Windows 8 and Windows RT platform.
EA releases a new trailer for Real Racing 3 hours before the freemium iPhone racing game will appear in the App Store.