Parents will no longer lose sleep on Christmas Eve as their children stay up to hear the sound of reindeer on the roof. This is all thanks to Google's newly-launched Santa Tracker app which follows old Saint Nick as he leaves the North Pole and makes his journey delivering gifts around the world.
Following Monday's announcement of a new intellectual property policy that would allow Instagram to sell users' photographs without payment or notification, the popular online photo-sharing network is now changing its tune, promising to "remove" the wording that outraged so many.
Comcast has released a new version of its Xfinity TV player app for mobile platforms, upgrading the program to include the ability to download content directly to mobile devices.
Apple iPhone and iPod touch owners are getting an early Christmas gift from Amazon, as the company has announced that its Instant Video iOS app now includes support for Apple's smartphones and handheld, too.
Samsung has found a way to bring the music player back with the U.S. launch of its Galaxy Muse, an iPod Shuffle-esque device aimed at Galaxy S and Note owners.
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Verizon Wireless is closing up shop on its V Cast Video platform, which gave customers access to television shows from networks like NBC, CBS and Comedy Central.
As the app craze grows stronger, a new report predicts that Apple and Google will continue to dominate the mobile application space for many years to come, maintaining more than 75 percent revenue share in 2017, as the market grows into a multi-billion dollar industry.
Good news for Verizon Android users, Google has finally enabled carrier billing on Google Play for Verizon. Now Verizon consumers will be able to make purchases on Google Play with their Verizon accounts, removing the need for credit cards and giving users one collective bill.
In addition to the slew of device announcements made this week, Google has also announced a huge milestone for its Android operating system. The OS has now breached the 700,000 app mark, effectively closing the gap between itself and the Apple app store.
Google just made Android 4.2 official. This won't be a dramatic upgrade, but it will bring some new features to this operating system for smartphones and tablets.
AT&T has just announced its launch plans for Sony newest flagship smartphone. The Xperia TL will sport a number of high-end features, but not a high-end price.
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