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iOS and Android device owners can become a railroad tycoon with this fun empire-building causal game.
Because a list of accomplishments is so much more satisfying than a never-ending stream of tasks.
By reskinning Microsoft Office 2010's user interface and making documents available to a variety of cloud services, startup HopTo has set a high bar for Microsoft's eventual move to the iPad.
Whether you're cheating at Movember or just want to see what your baby would look like with a beard, this free app is good for a laugh.
This iPhone app shines when the weather's bad, thanks to radar and cloud cover maps.
Plan ahead, or fly by the seat of your pants—either way, these helpful travel apps make your trip as painless as possible.
'Tis the season to play games full of monsters.
If there's any U.S. city whose citizens are likely to use technology to alleviate a transit strike, San Francisco is it. On Monday, ride-sharing and car-hailing services, many fueled by smartphone apps, reported increased use after a strike halted America's fifth-largest light rail system, the Bay Area Rapid Transit.
All you have to do is answer the questions about your day, your goals, your hopes and dreams.
In relationships, two areas that often cause friction are money and poor communication. So when a divorced couple needs to communicate with each other over child support payments, arguments can easily ensue.
With a simple slider interface and impressive presets, Perfectly Clear can turn photo mistakes into share-worthy masterpieces.
Photoshop Touch packs nearly all of Photoshop's depth and tools into a friendly mobile interface.
The new system will hopefully bridge the disconnect between McDonald's delicious food and hellacious ordering experience.
In its bid to boost its acceptance in physical retail stores, PayPal has introduced technology that will enable people running its app on smartphones to automatically check in at stores and restaurants.
China Telecom is moving into the mobile instant messaging space with its own app that will compete against WeChat, the rival product from Internet giant Tencent that's become a hit in China.
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