Rounds is adding yet another compelling spin to the mobile video-chat formula.
Poutsch's addictive social polling is finally opening up to the public today with the launch of a new iPhone app.
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Which other global company, I wonder, would start its developer conference with a poem? None, I suspect.
Which is probably why we both love and hate Apple.
Foursquare has finally released a version of its app optimized for the screens of tablets and larger smartphones.
A Google Glass startup incubator has launched what might be the first app directory for the device.
Curated events list app YPlan is taking on some funding as it preps to expand beyond London.
As sure as gravity, Google Play will surpass Apple's app downloads in September of this year. It's simple a matter of mathematics.
Appgyver exclusively announced to VentureBeat that it has raised $1.325M in seed funding for its toolset that developers can use to easily test and deploy apps.
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There goes my great plan to use Glass to help me remember people I'm supposed to know.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) this week launched its first investigation into an unregulated Urinalysis app, a warning to health app makers.
Twitter updated its iOS and Android apps today to make tweeting pictures faster and better. And showed us the benefits via Vine, the social network's own video-sharing startup.
One Waze suitor leaves the field.
The good news, I assume, is that Google Glass will restore our masculinity (and, I assume) femininity.
In an effort to save developers from mobile app testing hell, Appurify has developed a service to let you automate testing across actual mobile devices.
It's all sunshine and lollipops over in Windows Phone land today.
If I can paraphrase a popular Alicia Keys song, this woman is on fire. Marissa Mayer is clearly moving Yahoo back into the center of the Silicon Valley tech conversation.
The developer of pull-to-refresh was so concerned about how Twitter would use his patent that he asked Twitter to agree with him -- as part of the terms of the sale of his company -- that it would never use the patent offensively.
Nurses and doctors are consumers too. They experience consumer technology in their personal lives and are starting to demand it within the hospital walls.