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When I reviewed Amazon's new Fire Phone, I compared it to the first iPhone, and the similarities are many.
In June, we noted that Apple is adding a handy new feature to the upcoming OS X Yosemite: the ability for iMessage/Apple ID users to screen share via the Messages app.
When Mailbox came out for the iPhone, people were so excited about its novel mail-sorting features that they lined up like it was a hot new nightclub to try it out.
If you use Gmail or any of Google's apps, there's a good chance the monster search engine has data of yours stored in its systems.
If you have kids, you know how much they love going on the Internet, and how much they can contribute to online traffic.
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It's that time of day again where we tell you about some terrific paid iOS apps that you can download for free for a limited time.
We previously reported that Apple was scheduled to release a new version of iOS 8 to developers and testing partners , the sixth in the release schedule, and we have learned that Apple has in fact done so.
For many of us, mobile apps have become a way of life. According to Nielsen, U.S. Android and iPhone users age 18 and older spend 65% more time each month using apps than they did just two years ago.
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Google just acquired the team behind Jetpac , an app that utilizes public Instagram data to determine things like the happiest or drunkest city.
Now that Samsung has finally formally revealed its new Galaxy Alpha smartphone, it's time for prospective buyers to consider whether this latest Samsung handset or the iPhone 5S from Apple is a better investment.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 12:45 pm
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