Google's app marketplace takes a shot across Apple's bow, Tim Cook talks turkey--and iPhones--with China's largest carrier, and a little dose of nostalgia for Siskel and Ebert fans.
Amazon's updated its Kindle app for iOS to allow for searching and downloading of free ebook samples, which lets it partially sidestep provisions of Apple's in-app purchase policies.
When Joel Mathis's doctor told him that he had to lose 50 pounds, Mathis turned immediately to two indispensable tools—his iPhone and his iPad.
This week's apps includes one entry that might try to save your marriage from miscommunication and the crankiness that results. Either that, or it'll help you choose better movies.
Apple may be using its patent embiggening ray on displays, the Apple Store app may soon offer you free stuff (not hardware, sorry), and the Apple hacking story of the week gets a little bit odder.
VLC, the multiplatform video player that was removed from the App Store for licensing conflicts, has returned with a new lease on life.
This week's roundup of new and updated apps let you see the Earth from a whole new perspective, track your expenses, or simply kill a bunch of bad guys.
Malware gets nasty about your surfing habits, Apple may want its own answer to Kinect, and the sounds of endangered species are the new hot sounds to listen to on your iPod.
Eidos attempted to stymie pirates of its new Deus Ex: The Fall by disabling the game's weapons on jailbroken devices--but clever hackers have already figured out a way around it.
This week's roundup of iOS apps includes new and better ways to draw pictures, take photos, check the weather and more.