Tim Cook CEO Apple has written a letter apologizing for the current problems plaguing Apple Maps. What does this mean for the future of Apple Maps?
Brighthand's sister site Tablet PC Review has a news article on Redbox Instant, an upcoming subscription service that promises streaming, movie sales, and rentals, as well as DVDs from local kiosks.
Google Play has a reason to celebrate today, as the store for apps and media surpassed the 25 billion downloads mark and is sharing the wealth with users by offering popular Android applications at steep discounts.
After Apple put its own mapping app in iOS 6 -- resulting in loud complaints -- it was rumored that Google Maps may be making a return to the iPhone. However, Google's chairmen Eric Schmidt today denied the rumor.
The new Apple-run Map system in iOS 6 has been offering a great deal of misinformation. In light of this, Google is reportedly developing a Google Maps app for the iOS. The question is; will Apple approve the app?
One of the major changes in iOS 6 is the switch from Google Maps to one built by Apple itself. There is an option for those who prefer Google's mapping app.
With its new SkyDrive for Android app, Microsoft is sliding into a mobile online storage arena dominated so far by Dropbox and SugarSync. Read the full review.
Telenav has kept true to its word about releasing an Android version of its location-based navigation and discovery app, announcing that Scout for Android 1.2 is now available, bringing Car Connect premium functionality and AppLink to its users.
Verizon Wireless announced that it will be including FaceTime, Apple's video-calling feature, over its cellular networks across all data plans. This is a stark contrast from AT&T, which is requiring subscribers sign up for its new data-sharing plan to use FaceTime.
Microsoft is getting ready to release the software development kit (SDK) for Windows Phone 8 prior to the official release of the OS, but only to a select few developers.
New features in StubHub will include "interactive walkthroughs" of stadiums, plus the ability to invite friends to events. Some day, you might be able to order pretzels.
Google decided to not wait until the release of iOS 6 to introduce a stand-alone YouTube app for the iPhone. It's available now.
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