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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.
The controversial streaming TV service Aereo has just announced that Atlanta will be the third city where it will offer service.
Liquavista, a company that makes low-lower color screens, has just been purchased by Amazon, a move that is widely expected to lead to a Kindle ebook reader with a color screen.
Beginning this week, ABC will begin offering live-streaming on its iOS app to cable and satellite subscribers. Get more details from TechnologyGuide.
The streaming video service Hulu is owned by a trio of companies, but it might be bought out. A number of companies are considering making bids.
Google has just announced that it is going to allow companies to create channels that they charge a subscription fee to view. This will put YouTube in competition with services like Netflis and Hulu+.
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.
The BlockBuster on Demand digital movie service is finally available for iOS, bringing this streaming movie rental services to the iPad and iPhone,
If you own an Android phone or tablet, your choices aren't limited to the default browser. Brighthand has a roundup of a dozen other possibilities.
One of the biggest drawbacks of the Apple iPad is its lack of a memory card slot or a USB slot. The Kingston MobileLife Wireless is a new accessory that lets these tablets access the contents of a range of removable memory types. Video Demo Available
With the release of an iOS edition of LEGO Batman: DC Superheroes, the Dark Avenger is heading to the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch in full LEGO goodness.
Facebook Home isn't avalable for tablets yet, but TechnologyGuide says don't be waiting eagerly.
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