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Contacts Journal, a lightweight CRM app for your iOS device, now sports the ability to link documents from your Mac to a contact record.
This week’s roundup of apps includes offerings that help you maintain your privacy, share your ideas, and defeat the forces of evil.
Apple, Google, Microsoft and all major smartphone vendors were slapped with a lawsuit Wednesday by Potter Voice Technologies, an obscure Colorado company that claims they are infringing its patent on natural-language voice control of a computer.
Apple may settle ebook price-fixing allegations, but only across the pond; Eddy Cue has some tough love for news publishers; and a boardwalk classic finds a new home.
This week’s roundup of apps is all about making stuff: Movies, pictures, and games. Here are some new and updated apps that caught our eye this week.
A high-profile user departs Instagram, Apple wants its day in court, and Greenpeace quizzes a couple of giants about their energy hygiene.
Does the idea of FaceGram or InstaBook creep you out? These apps are top contenders as Instagram replacements if you’re looking for something new.
The mobile app Banjo hit a million users this week, suggesting that a new crop of location-based social apps may become popular with mainstream users despite privacy concerns.
An update to Draw Something adds much-anticipated features like the ability to chat with your friends about their drawings.
The latest decision backs the decision of the German court back in February, which upheld a ban imposed on push notifications used by iOS devices in Germany.
Deferred reading app Read It Later has renamed itself Pocket, shed its price tag, and added a variety of new features.
The cumbersomely named Aternity Mobile Frontline Performance Intelligence software lets IT groups deconstruct mobile apps running live on iOS and Android devices and uncover bottlenecks, glitches, and a whole lot of other pain points for enterprise mobile users.
Apple on Monday released minor updates to both Cards and iBooks, bringing bug fixes and minor enhancements.
The Department of Justice threw the book at Apple. Apple and several others threw their technical resources up against the Flashback virus. And Lex Friedman threw together this very edition of the Weekly Wrap, highlighting our most interesting and important stories from the past week.
A noted French designer is (or isn't) working on a project for Apple. Tim Cook definitely (may have) visited the offices of a prominent video game company. And Amazon offers (a ton) a decent number of streaming titles.