Apple has named the top free and paid iApps of 2012 -- as well as the company's picks for best apps and best games of the year.
As rumored earlier tonight, Google Maps is now available on the iOS app store. It's completely revamped and, from my early experience, better than ever.
Google announced a major update to Google Currents, its Flipboard/Pulse competitor today.
Editor's Pick Today Grokr is releasing a Google Now for iOS. Except ... not exactly. Actually, it's much better than Google Now, and it is likely to stay that way for a long time.
The TaskOne combines features of a Leatherman, a bike repair tool, and an iPhone case. It's the ultimate in nerd phone protection.
Editor's Pick With the holidays approaching, smartphone theft is on the rise -- as I discovered recently when I was mugged at knifepoint for my iPhone 5.
By this point next year T-Mobile will have the iPhone, and, potentially, many more customers.
Remember when Japanese carrier NTT Docomo was the darling of the wireless world, could do no wrong, and was the subject of every adoring U.S. report on how mobile in Japan rocked in every possible way?
In a move that T-Mobile customers have waited for for years, T-Mobile is finally getting the iPhone. And the company is beaming.
Eric Schmidt seems perplexed by some of Apple's recent decisions, like the recent patent lawsuits against Android partners, and Apple's sudden removal of Google's YouTube app from iOS devices.
Apple's app store appears to be having some technical challenges today. Perhaps it's the massive influx of people downloading Google's new Gmail app.
Six months ago, Google says, it started working on a new Gmail app for iPhone and iPad. That's a long time, but Gmail fans who can't part with their gorgeous Apple hardware will probably think it's worth the wait.
Despite the massive growth of Android smartphones, advertisers still covet iPhone users more than any other platform.
Guest Post With tech-related projects accounting for nine of the top 10 most common job requests on DoNanza, freelancers working in technology have noticed some interesting trends over the past two years.
iPhone 5, plus market share losses from Android makers, pushes Apple to the No. 2 spot.
Could Intel be Samsung's successor for building Apple's mobile chips?
Last I checked 2013 was still 34 days away. But Bing is obviously an impressive piece of technology: it already knows the most-searched terms of 2012.