Facebook updated its iPhone and iPad app this morning for Apple’s new iOS 7. And the result is very reminiscent of Twitter.
In addition, a new notifications feature enables you to customize whether you want notifications of new email based on the categories Google has sorted them into.
Java is getting a security update today to fix a number of bugs that can be used in drive-by attacks.
In the latest update, Apple is enabling the purchase of movie tickets via Fandango. In other words, your “Siri, what movies are playing tonight” question can finish with “Siri, buy me two tickets to Anna Karenina.”
Digital notebook Evernote has released the latest version for Mac desktops with over 100 new features.
Facebook has added a new status option to allow couples to mark the very significant time in their lives when they are expecting a baby. It is, of course, called “Expecting a baby.”
Taxi Magic dispatched the biggest update ever of its popular mobile app today to further improve the experience of calling a cab.
Google updated its Maps application to version 6.5 for Android today, and with the update comes a new Navigation home screen for Ice Cream Sandwich users, faster maps on high-pixel-density devices, and new public-transit options.
Is your Kindle Fire frustratingly slow? You’re not alone, as many owners of the tablet have complaints about performance. But thankfully, it seems Amazon is listening.
A number of indie developers have expressed concerns about the updated Xbox dashboard, with some suggesting it is guilty of burying Xbox Live Indie Games.
While the XBox dashboard update is grabbing all the headlines, Nintendo has quietly updated the firmware for its 3DS console, meaning that users will now be able to capture up to ten minutes of 3D video and make stop-motion animations.