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Apple Pulls Weed-Growing App After It Dominates Download Charts

David Smothers May 22, 2014

Apple has pulled the popular iOS game called Weed Firm from the Apple App Store, after it climbed to the top of the download charts. The app lets users sell and grow virtual marijuana. The game, which is intended for adults, puts you in the shoes of botany student Ted Growing, who manages a weed-growing… Continue Reading »

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Twitter’s Losing Sight of What Makes It So Great

David Smothers March 27, 2014

Today, Twitter introduced some major changes to the way it does business. Not only can a single tweet now hold multiple photos (along with 10 tagged friends), but none of that extra baggage takes away any of your precious characters. In other words, Twitter just got a whole lot more like Facebook. Once confined to… Continue Reading »

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Samsung Names Its Price for Gear Fit, Gear 2 Smartwatch

David Smothers March 21, 2014

For those awaiting more details about Samsung’s new Gear 2 smartwatch and Gear Fit wristband tracker, the company announced pricing and availability on Thursday. According to Sammobile.com, which reported Samsung’s official pricing for Taiwan, the Gear 2 will cost $299 in the U.S., while the Gear Fit will go for $199. Samsung later told Mashable… Continue Reading »

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Amazon launches AppStream cloud engine for apps

David Smothers March 17, 2014

Amazon Web Services is already the biggest cloud computing platform, powering millions of websites globally. Now the company wants it to do the same for applications. The newly-launched AppStream allows users to stream resource hungry applications from the cloud. The software or applications that individuals can use have traditionally been limited by the hardware in… Continue Reading »

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Report: Spies use smartphone apps to track people

David Smothers January 27, 2014

LONDON (AP) — Documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden suggest that spy agencies have a powerful ally in the apps installed on smartphones across the globe. The documents, published by The New York Times, the Guardian, and ProPublica, suggest that the mapping, gaming, and social networking apps available on smartphones can feed America’s… Continue Reading »

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SkipLock Is An Elegant Way To Unlock Your Phone Without Any Hassle

David Smothers December 30, 2013

If you are a privacy-minded person, but love the convenience of being able to unlock your phone without using a possibly-lengthy security measure, SkipLock is an app that may strike your fancy. Formerly branded Unlock With WiFi, this new rewritten app allows users to have their phone automatically unlock when connected to selected WiFi networks… Continue Reading »

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Xbox One vs PS4 Streaming Apps in One Glorious Megachart

David Smothers November 11, 2013

Both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One want to be way more than just your gaming console—they want to be the centerpiece of your home entertainment system. This week, we got our first look at the apps that’ll launch with both consoles. Here’s how they measure up. On the numbers game alone, Xbox One appears to… Continue Reading »

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Runtastic’s New App Goes Straight For the Abs

David Smothers October 11, 2013

You may be familiar with Runtastic’s workout app that’s primarily geared toward running. It’s one of the most advanced running apps out there, with interval training and all kinds of metrics. But today the company is shifting its focus away from your legs and honing in on your mid-section. Runtastic Six Pack is, as you’d… Continue Reading »

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Today’s Apps Gone Free: Kayak Pro, XnRetro, Playroom And More

David Smothers October 4, 2013

Plan your next trip with the powerful travel app, Kayak Pro. We also have an app that turns your photos into retro works of art, and a playroom filled with five fun games for toddlers. All app prices are subject to change at any time and without notice regardless of stated free duration. Price changes… Continue Reading »

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