With so many Apple iPad apps on the market, you may be wondering which are the most expensive ones out there. Well, it seems like three apps share the most expensive spot, priced at US$999.99 each. Read on for details.
This morning, Canon and SingTel jointly announced the Canon Cloud Advantage for the SMEs and growing enterprises. Read on to find out more.
With this new GoFlexAccess app, you can now share and stream your music, photos and videos wirelessly from your phone to your GoFlex home network server easily. Available free on iPhone and Android phones.
Lazare Kaplan International (LKI) has unveiled their new "The Lazare Diamond 4c" app for the iPhone and iPad. The app offers an educational insight on purchasing of diamonds and it is free to download from the Apple iTunes Store.
Hotels.com has recently introduced two new smartphone apps for the iPhone and Android phones. The apps lets users log in to their account, search for their accomodation options and do their booking.
Adobe has launched their new Photoshop Touch apps, designed for the Apple iPad tablet device – Adobe Color Lava, Adobe Eazel and Adobe Nav. The apps are available for purchase on the Apple App Store.
This evening, Samsung and RADIOactive Pte Ltd announced the new mobile radio streaming app, SONAR. SONAR will be preloaded on all new Samsung mobile devices and available on the Android market.
Maybe it is because Microsoft's Office productivity suite is still the number one office suite of choice for most users around the world that people are always trying to nitpick on it for not being able to match up to their lofty expectations of what a 'proper' office productivity suite is supposed to be. However,
Flip Video announces new FlipShare with social features and mobile apps for iPhone, iPad and Android devices
New social and video sharing capabilities have been added to the latest Flip Video's FlipShare software, and the maker has also announced the new mobile app for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Android devices.
Even though the United States government explicitly allows users to jailbreak their iOS device, Apple has started to take matters into their own hands in the battle against jailbreaking. How? Apple's iBook app will refuse to open content purchased from Apple's iBookstore if the device has been found to be jailbroken.
Apple has just unveiled its brand-new App Store subscription service which offers recurring billing through the subscribers' iTunes Store account. This new feature will be stapled to all publishers of content-based apps such as newspapers and magazines, as seen in the debut of News Corp.'s The Daily app.
Remember how Google claimed that users no longer had to fork out money for a fully featured office productivity suite like Microsoft Office since its cloud-based Google Docs application could perform most, if not all of the tasks found in the former from the convenience of a web browser? Well, it seems that Google is
Google Latitude is a location-based mobile application that allows user to share his or her location with selected friends. The search engine has gone further besides sharing the location, but also letting you check-in to places and get special statuses.
The rumour mill regarding the upcoming iPhone 5 and iPad 2 just got a little more interesting today – Apple is rumoured to be working on contactless payment solutions that will allow consumers to pay for purchases using nothing more than their mobile handsets.
Microsoft may have filed a lawsuit against Apple over “App Store” trademark, but that aside, it seems that the software giant has developed a mobile OneNote app for iPhone users. Like Evernote, you can create different notes and save them to the cloud, and access them from any Mac or iOS device.
Google has refreshed its Translate app for Android devices, making it not only easier to interact with, but has an added Conversation mode which you can translate between English and Spanish.
First there was Instagram and Hipstamtic. Now, there is the new iSupr8, which also adds retro filter effects; but to the videos you record.
“App Store” is too common a name to be trademarked, and that is exactly the reason Microsoft has given on why it filed a lawsuit against Apple. According to the filing, the term should be allowed to be used by other companies, not just Apple.