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BlackBerry wants you to know (again) that it isn't dead, and it's launched a more crossplatform-oriented version of BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES) to prove this.
Google updated its G+ iOS app to offer users full-resolution photo backups, as well as new notification alerts. Brighthand has all the details.
Most Android software is designed to run on smartphone screens. Google Play has now been modified so tablet users can more easily locate apps that are optimized for larger displays. This is part Google's efforts to get developers to create tablet software.
Sling has introduced a handful of requested features for its TV-streaming Slingbox today, including support for Roku devices and a revamp of its SlingPlayer iOS app. TechnologyGuide has all the details.
BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) is one of the world's most most popular text chatting services. A version for Android and iPhone was introduced last month, and an iPad one was introduced today.
Apple has just released a bevy of updates, most notably iOS 7.0.4, the company's latest attempt to hunt down all the bugs in its mobile operating system. In addition, iBooks and iTunes U have been given facelifts.
Beyond Windows 8.1 PCs and iOS 7 mobile devices, CES 2014 will feature 3D printing, digital watches, and loads of distinctive sensor-driven, app-enabled gadgets. Read more from NotebookReview.
A version of the Google Play software store specifically for educators launched today. This has been designed to help K-12 teachers find Android apps for their classrooms.
iPad users can now play Lego Lord of the Rings. This is a touch-enabled version of a game that was released a year ago for game consoles.
JC Penney, the Apple Store, Nordstrom, and Barneys are all using iPads or iPods as cash registers. So are others. But lots of retailers aren't on board -- not yet, that is.
If you use these iPad accessories and apps, you can leave your laptop behind.
GarageBand is free to everybody, while five other iOS 7 apps are free for anyone buying a new iPad or iPhone. But watch out for those in-app purchase fees!
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