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Microsoft has brought its "decision engine" and its many integrated features to the iPad. You can now search the Web, movie listings, and your local area using Microsoft's services, as well as view the latest news and trending topics in magazine-inspired layouts.
Cartoonatic, a video effects iPhone app from MacPhun, debuted Tuesday in the App Store. The app features nine filters to make iPhone videos look like live-action cartoons.
Major League Baseball updated its MLB.com At Bat 11 apps for iPhone and iPad, with big new features.
Major League Baseball's video and audio streams come from a high-tech startup in Manhattan. Jason Snell visited it and has this Opening Day report.
GetGlue is a social network for letting your friends know what you're watching or reading. Now its iPhone app lets you also tell your friends where you are partaking in the fun, thanks to integrating Foursquare, a popular location-based service and social network.
Vimeo has unveiled its first iPhone app, a versatile offering that allows you to edit video, post it to social networks, or watch short movies made by other users.
You can use AirPlay to stream media from an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to an Apple TV, or even back to a Mac with some add-on software. Now with AirFrame, you can stream between iOS devices.
Motorola's got a surprise up its sleeve for Xoom pricing--and that surprise is all the money that it's taking out of its own pocket. Meanwhile, The Daily opens up its own pocketbook, and Netflix shells out for a deal that could change the face of TV.
Time Warner Cable has become the first major U.S. cable provider to offer live TV streaming to the iPad. More than 30 channels are available at launch, though this initial version is not without some drawbacks.
Sony Pictures' first ever app for the iPad and the iPhone sends daily movie clips from the entertainment company's library of iconic films.
Quicker than you can say QuickBar, your credit card number can get stolen by people who use Square--or people who can read.
Pageonce and Turbo Tax release iPhone and iPad versions of their tax apps to help get users' finances in line for the looming tax season.
Samsung takes a hard look at its iPad competitors and comes up short. Elsewhere, Apple is back at the bargaining table with music labels and, despite its best efforts, Microsoft is late to the tablet game.
Apple on Wednesday announced iOS 4.3 and versions of its iMovie and GarageBand software for iOS devices. Looking for more detail? You'll find it here.
Alongside the iPad 2, iOS 4.3 preview, and GarageBand app announced at Wednesday’s Apple event, the company showcased a new, universal version of iMovie for its mobile devices.