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New York City receives a map app of its own

04/06/2012, Visiting New York City for the first time? If you are, New York City has recently partnered up with CityMaps to release an iOS map app that will help residents and tourists navigate the city with ease. Appropriately dubbed NYC Map, the app will provide...

Propellerhead Figure offers you sound at your fingertips

04/04/2012, We have seen our fair share of audio connected ideas in the past couple of days, and here we are with yet another app that might interest you. Known as the Propellerhead Figure, this iOS-powered app will deliver Propellerhead’s legendary sound in a fun,...

RIM announces Blackberry Mobile Fusion for iOS and Android

04/03/2012, Heads up enterprise owners, it looks like RIM’s BlackBerry Mobile Fusion is now available. Basically what this does is that it allows for IT departments to manage Blackberry, iOS and Android devices. This would also allow companies to let their...

iOS 6 maps leaked?

04/03/2012, What you see above might actually be a leaked map from Apple’s next update to their hugely popular mobile operating system known as iOS, where it sees action across the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The above has been described as Stamen’s...

Microsoft/Nokia’s ad campaign pokes fun at iOS and Android

04/02/2012, Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform could be considered to be a competitor for iOS and Android, and it looks like Microsoft has wasted no expense at pushing their platform onto the masses in a recent campaign called Smartphone Beta Test. In a series of...

Paper by FiftyThree app for iPad released

03/29/2012, Remember Microsoft’s Courier tablet that was killed off sometime last year? Well, some of the folks who were working on it decided to come up with an app that basically turns your iPad into a notebook. If you have a penchant for drawing or doodling...

Gmail for iOS now sends email from alternate addresses

03/29/2012, The mobile computing workspace is getting more and more powerful, far surpassing the processing ability and capability of desktops from a decade ago. In fact, tablet computing might just be a totally new niche market that could cannibalize on the use of...

Find my Facebook Friend hits the App Store

03/28/2012, If you’re looking for an app that tracks your friends via their Facebook IDs, you’re in luck. A new app titled Find My Facebook Friends has just hit the Apple App Store and will let you do just that. It functions just like Apple’s own...

Apple could be replacing Google with Baidu on iOS devices [Rumor]

03/26/2012, Safe to say both Apple and Google probably view each other as competition as far as mobile platforms are concerned, and if the rumors are to be believed, it looks like Apple could be close to phasing Google out on iOS devices by integrating China’s...

Pair: the app for long distance relationships

03/23/2012, Long distance relationships are pretty tough to handle, but thanks to all the advancements in technology, they’ve become easier to handle. Well, a group of developers have come up with yet another solution for long distance couples. Called Pair, the...

Spoofing exploit discovered in Safari for iOS

03/22/2012, While iOS 5.1 might be a welcome update for iOS users, it seems that the update has also opened up a possible vulnerability on the iOS version of Safari where it could be exploited to display a different URL to that of the actual website you are browsing,...

Hipstamatic now exports to Instagram

03/21/2012, A few years ago, before Instagram was released, there was a popular iPhone app called Hipstamatic. For those of you who aren’t too familiar with the app – it is basically an iPhone photography app with tons of “hipster” filters...

God of War arriving on PlayStation Vita and iOS?

03/20/2012, God of War fans might have one more reason to pick up the PlayStation Vita or an iOS device in the future. According to a report from IGN recently, they claim that Sony might be bringing God of War to a non-Sony platform in addition to the PlayStation...