Popular email alternative Mailbox finally receives support for the iPad in an update to version 1.3.
Mike Lazaridis expects iPhone users to get on board with BBM when it launches for iOS later this summer, perhaps taking such a liking to the messaging platform that they could give up iMessage for good.
Microsoft announced the Xbox One today, which emphasizes an all-in-one model for interacting with your entertainment. Apple has been tinkering around in the television market for years, but do they have what it takes to make a business out of it?
Google Play Music is a great, free way to store your music collection in the cloud and access it on any internet-connected device, but a first-party app is not available for the iPhone and iPad. We examine a few good alternatives to keep the music going all night and day.
The latest Vine update doesn’t bring any major new features to the micro video sharing network, but it does address a number of bugs for the iOS app to provide an improved user experience.
Google has finally brought a native messaging platform to iPhone with the introduction of Hangouts, but will we ever see the company’s ever-enticing music offering on iOS?
Announced at Google I/O, the new Google Hangouts unifies messaging services like Talk and Google+ into a single, multi-platform app built with mobile in mind.
The Square Stand takes the mobile card reader to the next level by providing an all-in-one POS system for businesses using the iPad and Square to accept payments.
In our review of Doodle God 2.0 for iPhone and iPad we take a look at new Quest and Artifact modes as well as the popular iOS title’s updated UI and graphics.
After establishing itself as a favorite messaging service among BlackBerry users, BBM will go multi-platform this summer with free iOS and Android releases.
Latest Flipboard update comes with a number of enhanced social options to make finding and sharing news with friends easier than ever.