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Android Wear users can now log their thoughts in Microsoft's cloud
Now when you hear that killer track you can buy or stream it from Google's service.
One in three applications request excessive permissions, and privacy information is inadequate in 85 percent of them, a study found
Realistic pinball action with loads of tables on your tablet or phone—and plenty of digital flash to boot.
It's a typewriter, on the iPad, brought to you by Tom Hanks. Enough said.
A wave of new, exclusive social networks is here, designed just for you and your significant other.
SwiftKey Keyboard will look a lot like its Android counterpart, but with a distinctly iOS feel.
Prime subscribers can now tap into Amazon's video library, but only on smartphones for now.
Check-in to more coffee shops than your friends, earn a golden sticker.
Instagram and Grindr stored images on their servers that were accessible without authentication
These wiki-tools, thesauruses, and word games make awesome tools for use inside and out of the classroom.
Cartoon Network's hit series has spawned numerous iOS and Android games and apps. Here are the essentials.
An endless runner where you make your own path. What's not to like?