Geek (blog) Apple's App Store's Top 50 Apps Confirm : The iPhone is a Games Console Forbes The Apple App store is about to hit 50 billion downloads (a lot of downloads), and a milestone-loving Apple is very excited about this.
daniele biolatti's insight:
What do we do when we have a supercomputer in our pockets at all times, with access to the entire breadth of human knowledge? We play games!
Se tra i vostri propositi per il nuovo anno c’è anche quello di perdere un pò di peso e rimettersi in forma, il Google Play Store vi viene incontro con una nuova applicazione che vi aiuta ad organizzare il vostro piano d’esercizi ed in più vi...
BlackBerry's Q10 is selling well in Canada, UK CNET The BlackBerry Q10 launched earlier this week. The handset scored a relatively strong review from CNET's Brian Bennett, who awarded it with 3.5 stars out of five.
The Next Web Acer teases a $169 Aspire A1 Android tablet, debuts the P3 convertible Ultrabook GigaOM At a press event in New York City on Friday, Acer announced new mobile products running Google Android and Microsoft Windows 8.
AppAdvice MAME Returns To The App Store Via Retro Game Gridlee AppAdvice MAME, or Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator, has made its comeback on iOS. But it's neither called iMAME nor some other name you might expect it to appear under.
ZDNet Jelly Bean Now On 10% Of Android Phones InformationWeek Jelly Bean jumped the most in terms of its share among Android hardware. In December, Android 4.2 and 4.1 -- both named Jelly Bean -- were installed on 6.7% of all Android devices.
Boing Boing Gamestick, a tiny $79 Android gaming console, reaches Kickstarter goal after ... The Verge The Gamestick, a tiny portable console designed to run Android games on a TV, has reached its Kickstarter funding goal after only two days.
How do you like this idea? Polaroid's Fotobar Stores Will Let You Print Photos From Your Phone mashable.com Polaroid is launching retail shops called Fotobars, enabling people to come in and print out the digital photos stored on their phones.
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