Verizon has issued a new update to its SMS service. Users can now receive text messages sent to their phones on their PCs and tablets instantly, send them too.
Google Keep is officially here, and TechnologyGuide has taken some hands-on time with the new note-taking app, discovering what it does very well.
Microsoft has launched a promotion called "Keep the Cash, Publish Apps" that will give developers $100 for each app they write for the Windows Store or the Windows Phone Store.
It's official! Google Keep, Google's rumored Evernote-like note-taking app, is now a real app downloadable through Google Play.
In the latest round of Google rumors, Google is said to be readying a unified chat service called Babble and a related Android/Chrome OS app.
According to reports, ABC could be the first broadcast network to make an app available that streams its programming live. TechnologyGuide has more details.
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Screenshots, an icon, and programming code have emerged as new signs that Google is working on an Evernote-like note-taking service and app known as Google Keep.
Downloadable now, CBS's first full-episode TV app for iPad lets users watch full episodes of this network's shows. Android and Windows 8 apps are in the works.
Redbox Instant, a new movie streaming service for the iPad and Android and Windows tablets, has launched to the U.S. public. Get more details from TechnologyGuide.
The tablet industry continues to grow at a rapid rate, and according to new research from ABI, tablet app sales are expected to follow.
iOS security is in "pretty good condition," but a new threat looms in the form of malicious "mobileconfig" files, according to a report by security firm Skycure.
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