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Tim Cook shares his thoughts on the Google Glass and other wearable technology at the AllThingsD D11 Conference.
A new rumor is suggesting that Apple’s iOS 7 is coming with deeper integration for photo-sharing service Flickr and video sharing site Vimeo.
Yahoo has finally decided to bring changes to Flickr. The photo sharing site is getting a new look, a new Android app, and a new business model to attract new users.
Sony has unveiled a 13.3-inch flexible E Ink prototype device which comes with the new Mobius e-paper display technology.
Friday has arrived once again, and that means another Best Apps of the Week roundup here at Mobile Magazine.
Like stock Android, wish you could pay a dollar to get it? The HTC First is now just $1, with two year contract from AT&T.
Another Friday has arrived, ladies and gents! Time for our fourth edition of "Best Apps of the Week" here at Mobile Magazine. As usual,...
A Twitter app for Google Glass could be in the works, as indicated by a recently twitted image.
Friday has arrived once again, and that means another “Best Apps of the Week” roundup here at Mobile Magazine.
Swype is finally losing its Beta tag and is currently available in the Google Play store as a 30 day free trial version and a 99c version.
Friday has arrived once again! That means it is time to take a look back at some of the best new apps that arrived this week to iOS and Android devices.
Google are facing anti-trust allegations from French group Fairsearch over the use of Google apps in Android.
Adobe has released their Digital Video Benchmark for the US for 2012. The report suggests that there has been a massive increase in mobile viewership.
Heard about the rumored Google buyout of WhatsApp? Neeraj Arora, WhatsApp's business development head, has come forward and said it isn't happening.
Tumblr is now home to over 100 million user blogs with over 44.6 billion posts.
Are you worried that with all those pairs of Google Glasses heading to the high streets of every major city you will no longer...
Pheed, which was launched late last year, topped the App Store's social networking category last month. It allows you to post text updates, photos, video and audio clips, and you can even create a live broadcast.
On paper, the BlackBerry Z10 is quite competitive with the iPhone 5 and most higher end Android devices, except that its 4.2-inch screen is noticeably smaller than the much larger Android phones with their 4.7+ inch displays these days.
A team of scientists at Duke University are attempting to assist us in some everyday identification with a Google Glass app called InSight.
A new PSA by Code.org has been composed completely of well-known figures discussing the importance of learning how to code.
is there room for Firefox OS is the crowded mobile world? Join us for a look at what Firefox OS is and decide for yourself if you should care or not.
Looking for a third-party YouTube player for Windows 8? YouTube Player Deluxe could fit the bill, if you happen to have $999.99 to spare.
So, let's say that you go out on the weekend to the bar, you knock back more than a few, and you get into a drunken battle. You get arrested for disorderly conduct and you're taken back to the police station. According to one Canadian judge, the police station should be providing you with a computer and Internet access so you can Google up some legal counsel.
Today Yahoo has announced a fresh new look, that Yahoo's CEO Marrisa Mayer says is more “intuitive and personal”.
What happens to your Facebook and Twitter accounts after you die? The assumption is that your presence in social media will simply fade away, but thanks to services like LivesOn and DeadSocial, that doesn't have to be the case. It can be far, far creepier.
Sony has given an official release date of the device in Germany. The phone is expected to hit on February 21st.
We are starting to learn more and more about the upcoming LG Optimus G Pro 5.5-inch smartphone, including the fact it will be one of the first Snapdragon 600-based devices. We also now know that it is in fact coming to North America.
A screencast released by The Guardian shows a principle investigator from Riot demonstrating Raytheon's cyber tracking software.
Have you ever wanted to get free money? A new app for Android and iOS, Feature Points, is now offering this feature through something called Feature Points.
We've heard about unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) being used by the miltary for all sorts of different operations, but these drones have largely been limited to military missions outside of the United States. That line has now been crossed.
FreedomPop has announced that its "social broadband" features are being expanded, making it possible for users to share and to request to use any unused bandwidth through popular social networks like Facebook and Twitter.
In an editorial posted on CNET, Ben Parr goes out on a limb and says that the upcoming BlackBerry Z10 and BlackBerry Q10 smartphones will not be able to save BlackBerry and he boils it down to two reasons: the children and the apps.
We live in a highly social, Internet-connected world. That's why when major services like Twitter go down, many people take notice instantly.
Blackberry Q10 and Blackberry Z10 are now official. For the moment, little is known about exact release or pricing details, however.
The social networking world has changed quite a bit since it first emerged. MySpace has come and went, and returned again. Facebook has grown to be the most powerful offering on the market, and now it seems that Google's relative newcomer Google+ is now in second place for control over the social market.
Skype for Android received a nice update today that includes a new tablet friendly feature: video calling in portrait view on your Android tablet.
The whole thing with Linux and Ubuntu is that it's supposed to be free and it's supposed to be supported by the community. The same kind of approach is now being taken by Canonical in its creation of the Ubuntu Phone OS, as they are turning to the development community to create the 12 default apps for the upcoming smartphone platform.
It seems that Blackberry has made changes to the name of its BlackBerry App World store, renaming it simply BlackBerry World.
The new MySpace was introduced on September 24, 2012, over a year after Justin Timberlake and Specific Media purchased MySpace for $35 million. This was a significant drop in price from when News Corp. bought MySpace for $580 million in 2005.
Monster and Nokia have showcased another product created through their alliance, the Nokia Purity Pro Wireless Studio Headset by Monster.
Right on schedule, the Sony Xperia Z was officially announced at the company's CES press conference. For those that don't know the Z, you might better know it as the “Yuga”.
Remember Myspace? The website that Facebook destroyed over the past few years? Apparently Mark Zuckerberg and the Facebook team did not do enough to shut down their old competition.
Finally received that brand new Kindle Fire or Fire HD for Christmas this year? If Santa brought you one of Amazon's popular tablet devices this holiday season, you might now be wondering “What's next?”
Flickr may find themselves falling behind in the social photo/video world. Regardless of their position, Flickr is giving all of their current subscribers, including free account holders, 3 months of free Pro service. For those members who have already upgraded to Flickr's Pro service, the 3 months can be used as an extension to your current subscription.
WhatsApp previously cost $.99 for iOS users, via a one-time payment. Meanwhile, Android users paid nothing up front but after the first 12 months found themselves paying $1 each year as a subscription fee.
In honor of Mobile Magazine's 12th anniversary, we are pulling out all the stops to offer one of our biggest contest giveaways yet.
Blackberry 10 is just around the corner and with it comes a whole new era for RIM. Whether or not the changes that come with BB10 will be enough remains unseen, but one thing is for sure: in today's age you need apps to succeed.
We've already seen quite a few high quality images of the Blackberry 10-based L-Series handset. What about the actual interface itself? Now a new leak shows off screenshots detailing the new Blackberry 10 OS.
The Sony Ericsson LiveView Remote pairs up with your Android device and gives you easy remote access to all your pertinent data. And it's on sale for 64% off.
Later today, Google will release a new update for its Google+ Android app.