Apple today announced that more than 25 billion songs have been bought and downloaded from the iTunes Store since it debuted in April 2003. Learn more from TechnologyGuide.
Facebook has updated its main iOS app to offer users a handful of new features, with the most notable being the ability to record and share videos in-app, an extra that will give users a similar video-sharing outlet to the Twitter-backed Vine application.
Imangi Studios returns for more temple traversal in Temple Run 2. The game looks to offer more of the same with new traps, more unlocks, and better graphics. It's simple design and addicting game play return building off the success of the original.
After acquiring the video startup Vine last year, Twitter has unveiled the first offspring of its purchase, an iOS app for the iPhone and iPod touch that lets users capture and share short looping videos.
An iPhone can be more useful in the kitchen in than a frying pan, with the right apps. The apps aren't limited to recipes, either. Here are nine of the best.
JRPG developer Kemco has announced a massive sale on its catalog, offering most titles at 60 to 80 percent off.The sale is for Android and Amazon users and lasts until the Jan. 27.
FaceBook has begun offering free voice calls through its messenger app for iPhone users in the United States. While it's difficult to argue with free features, does this addition seem dated compared to Skype and the unlimited voice plans currently offered by carriers?
PhotoFast is making it easier for Apple users to transfer files onto their iPhone with the next-generation i-FlashDrive HD, a USB thumb drive designed specifically for the popular smartphone. Read more on TabletPCReview.
Nvidia has revealed Project Shield. Equipped with a Tegra 4, processor Project Shield will look to provide a new and open gaming platform that allows gamers to enjoy the mobile gaming market with console-like power.
The Samsung Muse is an ultralight MP3 player that sports special functionality with many of Samsung's own Galaxy line of smartphones.
Gameloft is having a holiday sale, with bargains on a number of its iOS and Android games. See the full list on TabletPCReview.
To celebrate the holiday season, Warner Bros. is now offering all of its iOS games at substantial savings. Get more details from TabletPCReview.
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