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Google snubbed iOS users with its All Access music subscription service, but developer James Clancey has submitted an app to the App Store that will bring Google music subscriptions to the iPhone.
Now that the U.S. government and military have approved iPhones and iPads for secure use, the U.S. Air Force plans on spending a little to save a lot in the long-run.
As summer approaches and we start to think about getting out and about, I took a look at apps related to travel, sports, and the new Google I/O launches.
The Pentagon has cleared iPhones and iPads running iOS 6 for use in the U.S. military, just over a week after the U.S. government cleared the software for federal use.
Smartphones today take good quality photos, but you can make them even better with a little editing. This gallery shows the available tools for Android, BlackBerry 10, Windows Phone, and iOS.
The Cupertino, Calif.-based technology giant plans to substitute one patent claim for Samsung's latest flagship device to its list of patent-infringing products.
New York state's attorney general can't understand why sophisticated smartphones and tablet makers can't kill stolen devices, and is asking the major firms to come up with solutions.
The EU has been on Apple's case against its "unlawful" warranty practices. A new report suggests the iPhone and iPad maker may switch to a subscription-based model.
So many apps, so little time! Every week, mobile gadgeteer Matt Miller reports on new and useful apps for Android, iOS, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry 10.
iPhones and iPads will soon be running iOS 7, the latest iteration of Apple's mobile operating system. But nagging flaws and problems bog down productivity and cause no end to annoyance levels. Here are 20 things Apple can do to fix the software in its next major version.
In five and a half years, Android has come from nowhere to crush Apple and Microsoft in the mobile device market. How long until PC OEMs decide to take a gamble on the winning mobile OS and load Android onto PCs?
Shipments for all smart mobile devices grew by more than a third worldwide last quarter -- but tablets are rising the fastest.
Move over, BlackBerry. iPhones and iPads running iOS 6 are now certified for low-level secure government use.
Many Pebble owners have been waiting for RunKeeper to come to the Pebble, and it is now here. You can view your basic live data and pause/resume, all from your Pebble.
Google has its own vision for wearable computing that locks you into their ecosystem. How about an open specification for wearable human interface devices instead?