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For a mere $2.99 per month, Groovebook delivers a perforated flip-book of a whopping 100 photos, all uploaded from your smartphone.
With Printic, just choose a handful of photos from one or more sources, and the app will deliver Polaroid-style prints to you door.
Zinio's Z-Pass gives you a choice of three magazines for $5 monthly.
The seventh version of Apple's iOS software is almost upon us! But which features does Apple's grid-based operating system desperately need to add, and which ones will Tim Cook and pals probably ignore completely?
That's what we're asking in this video, so hit play on the clip above as we rattle through the apps and tweaks that we want to see, as well as the things we probably won't.
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Good assistants -- the kind you can't live without -- are hard to come by.
(Credit: Millennial Media)
Android scooped up more than half of all ad impressions seen by Millennial Media last quarter, according to the ad network's new MobileMix report.
Tim-e can wake you up with interactive games, music, or snarky comments.
Findables is your basic two-piece smartphone case, but with a custom QR code used for sharing information.
At its BlackBerry Live conference in Orlando, Fla., BlackBerry announced that it's finally bringing its BlackBerry Messenger service (BBM) to Android phones and iPhones this summer.
Looking for workout tunes that play at least 128 bpm? Fit Radio has those and a lot more, all streamed to your phone or PC free of charge.