Google has released a list of what it believes to be the best mobile software of 2012. You can see the full list on TabletPCReview.
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.
A iPhone or iPad can be a highly useful air travel tool for booking a flight, changing your seat, checking delays, and more. Here are some of the best apps.
A week after the release of Google Maps it appears that a mass exodus from iOS 5 is underway. Now that user?s mapping needs are accounted for with the re-introduction of Google Maps, consumers are ready to take the plunge into iOS 6.
Game company Sega has started its own Holiday Sale, offering a large selection of Android and iOS apps for a reduced price. The sale starts today and is set to run throughout the holiday season until Jan. 3.
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.
Savvy businesses recognize that they can offer their more-than-willing customers sophisticated apps that offer convenience through an easy to use self-service interaction. Learn more from TechnologyGuide.
Holiday cheer is alive and well on the iTunes App Store thanks to Electronic Arts. The game publisher is slashing prices on a large selection of apps with many reduced to only $0.99, while others are now free.
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.
For many iPhone users, the nightmare is over. A free, stand-alone version of Google Maps has been released, replacing the need to use Apple's version.
Google has announced that it does not plan on creating dedicated apps for its business products, such as Gmail or Drive, for the Windows 8 or Windows Phone 8 platforms. Instead, the company will focus on improving its iOS and Android products to better fit the needs of the evolving mobile market.
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