Don't-Miss App Stories
The iPhone may be due for China any day now, just in time for Apple to send an $82,000 check along with it. And you'll be shocked at the surprising winner of Apple's mapping shortcomings.
This week’s roundup of iOS apps is all about the multimedia entertainment: We’ve got video, we’ve got music, we’ve got games, and we’ve got the brain of Albert Einstein. Really.
Princeton University's EDGE Lab has released a free iPhone app that enables smartphone users to avoid big wireless bills by better tracking their actual data usage and predicting future usage.
Amazon on Wednesday requested that a judge dismiss Apple's 'false advertising' claim regarding the online retailer's use of the term 'app store'.
This time you play on the side of the pigs as you try and steal eggs from those furious fowls
The iPhone 5 is cool, of course, but apps are what make it useful and fun. Here are a few new and updated apps that caught our eye this week.
Apple on Wednesday unleashed a homescreen's worth of app updates for iOS.
Google on Monday acquired Nik Software, the German company behind Snapseed, a popular iOS photo app.
Facebook updated its iOS and Android apps. The iOS version is now twice as fast as the previous incarnation, the company says; the Android version gains a better photo uploading interface and the ability to create events.