06/03/2013, Apple published its WWDC 2013 application, which will help attendees of its show stay connected.
06/03/2013, PopCap announced its Plants vs. Zombies 2 will be an iOS exclusive free-to-play game launching on July 18.
06/03/2013, Buying official accessories is usually an expensive affair, although this usually comes with peace of mind knowing you bought a product that will work, or if it doesn’t will allow you to return it. So in the future if you were thinking of purchasing...
05/29/2013, Twitter has released updated versions of its iOS and Android apps. The new apps make tweeting much easier and seamless than before.
05/28/2013, Google+ for iOS brings a fair number of improvements for a superior mobile social networking experience.
05/28/2013, Apple is reportedly working on a 12.9-inch iPad, which is being called the iPad Maxi.
05/27/2013, It is being reported that a new across the board Gmail update is going to be released, apart from visual updates, it will also bring a new automatic email categorization feature.
05/24/2013, A new report details how iOS 7 may incorporate a more flat design that favors "black and white" tones.
05/24/2013, Verizon has launched its Cloud service to iOS and additional Android devices.
05/22/2013, Foursquare has released new updates for iOS and Android apps, which greatly improves the app's local search capabilities.
05/21/2013, Word on the street has it that Apple has a low-cost iPhone planned, supposedly to help the Cupertino company fight against the competition who are able to offer lower priced products to capture emerging markets. Well it looks like Apple might want to...
05/20/2013, Google has announced it will allow its Field Trip users to gain free access to 13 museums.
05/17/2013, Imangi Studios’ Temple Run 2 made its debut earlier this year iOS and Android resulting in the game being downloaded over 50 million times at last count. Today, Imangi has announced the entire Temple Run franchise has been downloaded over 300...
05/17/2013, Earlier this month, we heard reports both Samsung Galaxy and iOS devices were in the process of being approved to be used by the U.S. Department of Defense. Soon after that report, we heard both BlackBerry and Samsung devices were approved, but there was...