Gmail totally bungled on the iPhone

Nov 3, 2011
People have been waiting for a Gmail app for the iPhone for a long time. Heck, even the Facebook iPad app got here sooner. Google finally launched...
Posted In: apps, Gmail, Google, iPhone, Tech Report

Let's forget that whole no service thing. How about some apps?

Oct 17, 2011
You know how when you screw up badly with your significant other and you buy them a present because you hope that will smooth everything over? No?...
Posted In: apps, Blackberry, rim, Tech Report

Google pulls "Is My Son Gay?" app from Android

Oct 6, 2011
It was a sort of quiz you filled out that would allegedly tell you if someone was gay. The app had come under heavy fire from LGBT groups for being...
Posted In: android, apps, Google, Tech Report

Lego's Life of George transcends virtual and physical spaces

Sep 29, 2011
So Lego has this new game coming out called Life of George....
Posted In: apps, games, lego, Tech Report

Sims on Facebook growing fast

Aug 26, 2011
Mashable reports that the Facebook version of the classic reality game The Sims is popular and getting more popular. 4.6 million people are playing...
Posted In: apps, Facebook, o internet what hast thou wrought, sims, zynga

App maker coughs up 50 grand for privacy violations

Aug 16, 2011
On Friday the Federal Trade Commission opened a lawsuit against W3 Innovations, makers of Broken Thumbs Apps, for violating the Childrens Online...
Posted In: apps, coppa, FTC, privacy

They Might Be Giants' John Flansburgh can help you name that tune

Aug 11, 2011
In the latest of our occasional series of celebrities and their favorite apps, we talk to John Flansburgh, one of the leaders of They Might Be...
Posted In: apps, featured, Music, shazam, tmbg

Viacom and Cablevision make nice

Aug 11, 2011
Viacom and Cablevision were engaged in a legal battle over whether Cablevision had the rights to direct content to its customers to an iPad app...
Posted In: apps, Cablevision, iPad, viacom

FBI releases Child ID app

Aug 8, 2011
The FBI has released its first ever app. Child ID allows parents to store their child's picture and vital information on the phone so they can...
Posted In: apps, FBI, iPhone

Who wants flashy, multi-media content anyway?

Aug 1, 2011
Magazine publisher Conde Nast (think Wired, GQ, Vanity Fair) tells the New York Times that its best selling iPad app is the print-heavy New Yorke...
Posted In: apps, gadgets, iPad, new yorker