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Yahoo released a beautiful new weather app for iPhone and iPad and a new Yahoo Mail app with new features for iPad and Android tablets.
Evernote wants to make it's own co-branded devices and produce its own hardware in-house within the next few years.
Google makes mobile search easier for iPhone and Android users by adding sitelinks and quick view to search results.
Amazon reportedly acquired Siri competitor Evi to bring voice search to its rumored upcoming Kindle phone.
Samsung is accused of hiring students in Taiwan to anonymously post comments online praising Samsung while criticizing Taiwanese native HTC.
LG will announce a new smartphone, likely the LG Optimus G Pro, for the U.S. at an event in New York City on May 1.
The Microsoft Xbox team is reportedly working on a smartwatch that will use the magnetic connector found in the Microsoft Surface.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 will come to Sprint and T-Mobile on April 27 and April 24, respectively.
A leaked document from AppGratis seems to prove it was trying to sell higher App Store rankings to developers wiling to pay.
The HTC One will come to T-Mobile on April 24, just five days after it arrives on AT&T and Sprint. Will likely only require a $100 down payment.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt calls Facebook Home a "tremendous endorsement" of the Play Store, says Samsung helped define Android.
Facebook brings Chat Heads, stickers and a new News Feed to the iPhone and iPad in the latest update to its app.
A possible case for the "iPad 5" shows a new design that looks like a larger version of the iPad mini. This case shows we can expect a thinner, narrower iPad 5, if it is legitimate.
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.
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.
A new Nokia Lumia 928 leak shows a slightly redesigned front panel with a Verizon logo and a thinner Samsung Super AMOLED screen.
Verizon offered to buy spectrum licenses from Clearwire for $1.5 billion, which could jeopardize Sprint's plans to buy the smaller carrier.
The Pebble SDK is now available for developers who want to make their own watch faces. Pebbled OS 1.1 is also available with a number of bug fixes.
The Duracell Powermat will soon bring wireless charging to the iPhone 5 with a new case and two new external batteries.
The new Facebook Messenger brings Chat heads, the best part of Facebook Home, to any Android phone, making SMS much easier for everyone.
A new video shows off the incredible graphics of next generation NVIDIA Tegra chips with Kepler technology (code-named Logan), compared to iPad graphics.
HTC and Funny or Die use James Van Der Beek in a Bachelorette parody to help promote the upcoming HTC One, it's UltraPixel camera and BoomSound speakers.
Analysts claim the BlackBerry 10 release is marred by poor sales, consumer ignorance and high reutrn rates that BlackBerry deny.
First details of a possible update to BlackBerry 10 say it will add a faster camera app, HDR photo capability and keyboard shortcuts.
The next Xbox could launch with the ancient Rome game Ryse: here are a few details about the game that could make or break the next major Xbox version.
The Sprint Samsung Galaxy Victory Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update starts rolling out to users today, brings Google Now and expanded notifications.
The new Samsung Galaxy Mega lineup includes a 6.3-inch and a 5.8-inch smartphone, neither of which can compare to the Galaxy S4.
AT&T expands its 4G LTE network to more markets, and announces dozens of new markets which will get the faster network by this summer.
The next Xbox, code-named Durango, could control set-top cable boxes though it likely won't replace them at first.
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.
The latest SimCity game is coming to Mac on June 11, and it should work without any major issues at that point.
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.
Chrome for iPhone now lets users view websites in fullscreen and adds Cloud Print and AirPrint support.