The classic PS3 game, 'Journey', has just been released for download on the iPhone and iPad. Here's what you need to know.
The goodies just keep on coming out of this year's Google I/O conference. Developers and technology aficionados will get to spend the rest of the week meeting Google engineers and dropping in on a variety of workshops designed to introduce the future of technology. However, the opening keynote is generally the place where the magic happens, and yet again it hasn't disappointed with the introduction of Google Allo and Google Duo, two new apps coming to iOS and Android this summer.
WhatsApp video calling feature for iPhone has been shown off in leaked screenshots. Also coming to WhatsApp for iOS is tabbed interface for chats, here are the details.
If you've a concert-goer, then you're no doubt already acutely aware of one problem that has cropped up over the last ten years or so. In fact, we'd say it's only really come to our attention since the iPhone arrived in 2007.
Facebook's Poke app has taken the App Store by storm, and in less than a day, already sits aloft the iTunes Free app chart. The app, which, in essence, is a chat app with a few twists, only just released for iPhone, but already, has become the most popular free on the App Store.
Facebook has announced some big changes to mobile ads via a post on its its Developer Blog. The social network, which has made no secret of its desire to monetize the mobile market, has enlisted a sleuth of new options to both developers and users with regards to how advertisements interact with the audience. Those using Facebook for iOS 6 will be able to install apps straight from ads within the official app, and thanks to deep Facebook integration on the latest iteration of Apple's mobile OS, users won't even need to leave the app.
According to recently leaked internal documents, containing roughly 50 MB worth of images and documents, Facebook is getting ready to unveil a new picture sharing app for the iPhone, and presumably for other platforms as well. Details are scarce, but leaked pictures give away a few hints.
You know how quickly people are moving away from papers and prints. I'd personally rather read a blog or may be an online version of a paper than a newspaper but there's something about prints that probably can't be replaced by digitization, not too soon at least.