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One site delves deep into Siri's sordid past, iOS's Maps is keeping folks away from a trendy eating establishment, and a hot new iPhone app is all in the Apple family.
Facebook passes the buck to users, but that is seen as an example of why privacy advocates want tougher restrictions on Facebook
The developers behind the soon-to-be-released app Mailbox for iPhone is expecting a lot of interest, so it's accepting reservations for early access now.
It never fails: Sooner or later, all Web users find a site that refuses to work well with their browser of choice. It's easy to blame the developers -- but it's not always their fault.
Tumult on Monday unveiled Hype 1.6, with new actions, new timeline features, Retina display support, and more.
Google says that Gmail users in the U.S. and Canada will still be able to place voice calls through the web-based email service for free through 2013.
Facebook today announced a trial that could let paid advertisers directly message users' in-boxes, which have traditionally been held for messages from friends.
Adobe used its Creative Live event to spotlight updates to a range of its creative products and services.
Apple has told Mac owners running OS X Lion that the beta of Messages, its replacement for both the older iChat instant messaging service and SMS (short message service) texting, will expire Dec. 14.
Apple confirms that both iMessage and FaceTime are not working for some users. The company says service will be restored as soon as possible.
Apple released minor updates to iPhoto, Aperture, and Safari on Friday, joining the company's earlier release of iOS 6.0.1.
Google peeled off the beta tag from Chrome Remote Desktop, a free Chrome browser-add on that gives you full access to another desktop PC running Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux.