Office for iPad Leak Ignites War of Words

Office for iPad Leak Ignites War of Words

It appears that we have a war of words brewing between The Daily, the publication that earlier today leaked an image of what is purportedly Microsoft’s Office for iPad, and Microsoft itself which has gone on record saying the image is fake telling ZDNet’s Mary-Jo Foley that the image “is not a real picture of […]

BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 Rolling Out February 21st?

BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 Rolling Out on February 21st?

This isn’t the first time that we’ve seen a BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 release date tossed out into the wild. In fact, this isn’t even the first time that we’ve heard February 21st as a possible release date for the upcoming software. That’s right. Evidence has popped up today suggesting that February 21st is indeed […]

Apple’s App Store Nears Another Milestone

Apple's App Store Nears Another Milestone

Apple’s App Store is close to another milestone and the company has unfurled a new counter to mark the occasion. If you head over to Apple’s website, you’ll be greeted with a counter that is counting down to the 25 billion apps downloaded mark. Yes, 25 billion. Right now, the counter sits at a little […]

New Angry Birds Game Coming March 22nd

New Angry Birds Game Coming March 22nd

We have a feeling that a lot of you out there with mobile devices or Facebook accounts are into playing a little game called Angry Birds. If that’s the case, then you should probably know that your next fix will becoming on March 22nd as Rovio, the maker of the game, has confirmed that that […]

Google Maps for Android Update Brings Better Battery Life to Latitude Users

Google Maps

Unless you’re a regular user, you’ve probably forgotten that Google still has a service out there called Google Latitude. It’s like Apple’s Find My Friends, except it came long before Apple’s app. Latitude tracks your movement via your smartphone and shares that location with your friends. It can drain a lot of battery, but Google […]

Skype for Windows Phone May Launch in February

Skype for Windows Phone

While iOS and Android users have been able to download and use official Skype applications for quite awhile now, those who are using Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system have been left out. As it stands, there is no Skype client for Windows Phone, something many would consider extremely odd considering the fact that Microsoft bought […]

Madden 12 for iOS and Android on Sale Ahead of Super Bowl

Madden 12

We’re just days away from one of the biggest sports spectacles in the world, that being the Super Bowl, and EA has seen it fit to celebrate with a price drop of Madden 12 for both iOS and Android. Normally, you’d have to shell out five dollars for the app but the versions for Android […]

Netflix for Android Update Brings Support for Android 4.0

Netflix for Android

On the heels of Verizon’s launch of the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Nexus comes an update from Netflix, for its Android application, that brings along support for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Android 4.0 just so happens to the the software that’s on board the Galaxy Nexus which means those of you with the device […]

Skype 2.6 Update for Android Adds Photo and Video Sharing

Skype for Android

Skype has rolled out version 2.6 of its Android application and the software brings a feature that many of users have been waiting for. That feature of course is the ability to share photos and video with your colleagues, family members and friends directly from your Android device. You are able to do both of […]

Amazon Takes Aim at Mom and Pop Stores with New Promotion

Amazon

This Saturday, December 10th Amazon will launch a new promotion, a promotion that very clearly has mom and pop stores in its cross hairs. The retailer is going to be offering up an additional 5% off of its prices when users use the company’s Price Check app. If you’ve never used Amazon’s Price Check app […]

Is the iOS Facebook App Unusable for You Too?

Facebook iPad App

Last month, I told you about how my experience with iOS 5 and my iPhone 3GS had been a phenomenal one. Many of you wrote in to agree with me and many of you had a difference of opinion. Well, after a month of use, we’re still par for the course. I haven’t had any […]

DirecTV iPad App Updated, Now Features Live Streaming TV

DirecTV iPad App

DirecTV has updated its iPad application today and included in the update is a feature that many who use the service have been anticipating since it debuted for the iPad earlier this year. That feature of course is live streaming television. That’s right. Those of you with the DirecTV app can now stream 38 channels […]

Encyclopaedia Britannica iPad App Now Available

Encyclopaedia Britannica

College students (and curious minds) who own an iPad are in lucky today as Encyclopaedia Britannica has announced that it has released the iPad version of its popular Encyclopaedia Britannica application onto Apple’s iOS App Store. For those that don’t like spending money on software, there is a free version of the application which will […]

Google Voice Update Brings iOS 5 Crash Fix

Google Voice Returns to the iOS App Store

Just a couple of days ago, it became apparent that the Google Voice application on the iOS App Store had disappeared. At first, it was a mystery. Then, Google’s Senior Product Manager for Google Voice Vincent Paquet confirmed that the application had been pulled intentionally saying that “our last update of this week had a […]

Hulu Plus for Android Update Brings Support for Nine More Devices

Hulu Plus

Slowly but surely, Hulu is rolling out its Android application to more devices and this time around, it’s nine devices, some of them pretty well known, that have been added to the support list. Hulu Plus version v1.0.139 also brings improved playback performance along with it which means those of you who currently have access […]

Google+ App for Android Gets A Huge Update

Google+ for Android

Today is a pretty big day for those of you already using Google+ and also, for those of you that have yet to give Google’s spin social networking a try. First and foremost, the flood gates have been opened. That’s right, Google+ is now open to anyone and everyone. In addition, Google has rolled out […]

Turntable.fm for iPhone Now Available in the App Store

Turntable.fm for iPhone

The moment many of you have been waiting for has arrived. Turntable.fm, the social DJing platform that has taken the music world by storm, is now available for consumption on the iTunes App Store for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. No, there is no standalone iPad application yet so those of you who have […]

How to Get FM Radio on the Droid Bionic

Droid Bionic

Alright, so you just picked up a new Motorola Droid Bionic from Verizon (you probably should have waited until October but it’s too late now) and you have come to discover that the 4G LTE smartphone doesn’t come equipped with an FM Radio application. Yeah, its absence puzzles us too but luckily, there is an […]

Flipboard App for iPhone Launching in A Few Weeks

Flipboard

A lot of you, myself included, have been waiting for Flipboard‘s arrival on the iPhone and it appears that the wait will end in just a couple of weeks as the company’s Chairman and Chief Executive Mike McCue has told Reuters that he expects the app to launch for the iPhone and iPod touch in […]

QNX BlackBerry Phones to Run Android Apps?

BlackBerry PlayBook

According to a report from Bloomberg, RIM is going to be adding the ability to access Android applications to its upcoming line of QNX BlackBerry phones, the first of which is supposed to launch either later this year or in early 2012. RIM’s tablet, the BlackBerry PlayBook, also runs on QNX and it too is […]