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This week, the 50 billionth app was downloaded from Apple's App Store over nearly five years. This company's mobile software store has become wildly successful, despite the fact that it almost didn't exist.
To fend off Opera and other browsers, Chrome will get a new checkout button for online shopping, plus a new data compression engine for faster Web page loading.
Google has released a new Hangout app at its Google I/O developer conference. This brings together various communications services into one app that's available for Android and iOS. Get more details from TechnologyGuide.
An announcement was made today that fans of BlackBerry Messenger have been hoping for for years: a version of BBM is going to be introduced for devices running iOS and Android. This will allow far more people to use this very popular service, for free.
Because the Microsoft Surface Pro does not include the right drivers, the stylus that comes with on this tablet lacks pressure sensitivity when using Photoshop. The necessary software is now in beta.
Through an app update, Google Earth for Android now includes Street View, 3D driving and walking directions and other new features.
Comics aren't just on paper any more. Marvel offers a subscription service that gives unlimited access to over 13,000 issues of its classic and newer titles. An Android app that gives access to this service has just been released.
Google has updated its Gmail app for iOS, to bring better integration with other Google apps.
After launching the iPhone for the first time on its network, T-Mobile has released its TV app on iOS. The iPad might also be on its way to T-Mobile.
When the Barnes & Noble Nook HD series debuted, users of these tablets could only get apps and other content from B&N. That has now changed.
The BlockBuster on Demand digital movie service is finally available for iOS, bringing this streaming movie rental services to the iPad and iPhone,
WeatherBug has revamped its Android weather app to offer the same new safety and alert features as those recently added on the iOS side.
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