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Open-source BI (business intelligence) vendor Jaspersoft is joining the ranks of companies adding support for Apple's wildly popular iPad.
Backing up has become quite easy in recent years thanks to online services like CrashPlan. Now, if you're a CrashPlan+ or Pro subscriber, you can even access files from your iOS device, thanks to a pair of free apps released Friday.
Cloud-storage provider Syncplicity has revamped its iOS app, expanding the offering into an iPad-friendly hybrid version that will let users access their documents from just about any device they own.
Internet calling company Skype said Sunday that it will acquire GroupMe, a startup that offers a free group text messaging app.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission, which began an antitrust investigation into Google a month-and-a-half ago, is looking specifically at Google's relationship with Android handset makers and at whether Google favors its own services in search results, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Twitter is placing its promoted tweets right in front of users' eyeballs in an attempt to boost its advertising business.
Symantec PGP Viewer will let users view encrypted mail on an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. The app is expected to arrive later this year.
Patent-holding company Kootol alleges that many big companies, along with iOS and Mac software developers like The Iconfactory, are infringing on its U.S. Patent Application.
Businesses looking to buy iOS apps in bulk for their employees will soon be able to take advantage of a Volume Purchase Program from Apple.
With Microsoft ignoring iOS and Android, the market for mobile office software is left to small vendors like QuickOffice.
Research from Nielsen finds that mobile games are growing more popular and more addictive for smartphone users, especially iPhone users who play games twice as many hours as the average user.
Oracle introduced an iPad app that will allow users to access their Oracle virtual desktops.
Microsoft launched Office 365 to the world this week, but the company's cloud product development is by no means complete. But don't look for dedicated applications for the iPhone and Android or a more complete browser-based experience for Office Web Apps.