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Flickr wants to remind you that it’s a photo site. “Everything that we’ve done in this new redesign has been about putting the photo front and center,” says Flickr VP Brett Wayn.
Google's subscription music service debuted last week as an Android-only affair. But one third-party developer has quickly compiled an iOS app enabling Apple devices to listen in.
An inexpensive, easy-to-grok introduction to the Internet of Things, the fully programmable Twine alerts you to all the changes and happenings inside your home.
Now access to Dish's complete On Demand library, previously a perk only for iPad users, is available for iPhones as well as Android phones and tablets.
I awoke aboard a boat, just before daybreak, which was weird. The last thing I remembered was being in San Francisco’s Moscone Center, wrapping up a four-hour Google I/O keynote liveblogging session.
As bloated as it might be, Apple isn't forgetting about iTunes. Cupertino released the latest update to its music/video/movies/app manager and player today.
At Google's annual I/O developer conference Thursday, it announced the first big wave of third party Glass apps, dubbed Glassware.
Someone out there just won a $10,000 iTunes gift card, Apple’s way of saying “Thanks” for downloading its 50 billionth iOS app.
As expected, there was nothing revolutionary about the boatload of upgrades introduced at today’s Google I/O conference, but that doesn’t mean there wasn’t a whole lot of very cool stuff announced.
Wired has obtained a copy of a cease and desist letter sent by Google to Microsoft today, demanding Microsoft immediately remove the YouTube app from its Windows Phone Store and disable existing copies on consumers’ devices by May 22.