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These apps are what you SHOULDN'T use to track coronavirus COVID-19
Apps that are claiming they are coronvirus COVID-19 trackers are actually ransomware, don't download them.
Reddit CEO says TikTok is 'spyware', 'parasitic' and 'terrifying'
Reddit CEO has warned the public of TikTok, saying it's 'parasitic', 'spyware' and ultimately 'terrifying'
2020 is the year of the most 'gender-inclusive' emoji's
The Unicode Consortium will be adding 117 new emojis, some of which are gender inclusive.
Streaming has consumed 80% of the US music market, was just 7% in 2010
Music streaming has almost completely consumed physical music within the last decade.
Adobe could possibly be revealing Illustrator for Apple's iPad in 2019
Rumors point towards Adobe revealing Adobe Illustrator for Apple's iPad by the end of the year.
Snapchat lengthens ads to 3 minutes, marketing becomes sophisticated
Snapchat has lengthened their advertising videos on their platform to up to 3 minutes each.
Asmodee Digital Launches Zombicide on Mobile Devices
Deemo brings the music to Nintendo Switch on January 29, 2019! Now with Nintendo Labo Piano Support!
Joycity's Savior Saga is Perfect for Busy Gamers
RuneScape Mobile Beta, 25k members, 'no XP waste' reality
The RuneScape mobile beta for members has been launched, limited to 25k members and only on Android.
Civilization VI Expands the Empire To iPhone!
Light A Way
Snail Games Soft Launches My Dino in Canada
Cleaning the planet just became a fun app to play
The Litterati app has just made cleaning the planet a fun game for people to play as a reward for this effort the app has been given a $225,000 grant.
WhatsApp now enables two-step verification
WhatsApp has introduced two-step verification feature for its Android, iOS, and Windows Phone users.
We tested some fun and scary Halloween apps
There is a wide range of different Halloween apps, from stickers, fun games to masks, etc., so here are few chosen one that caught my eye.
72 hours after installing a new app, 77% of users won't use it again
Are you part of the 77% of people who won't use an app 72 hours after installing it?
Windows 10 PC OS sees influx of apps, no word on Mobile usage
Microsoft is steadily releasing a bunch of big-business apps to Windows 10 PC, but what about the poor mobile?
Windows Server 2016 technical preview added 'containers'
Microsoft Windows Server 2016 adds containers - allowing apps to operate separately from each other but contained within one operating system.
Lenovo Ready to Launch Windows 10 Devices
Save 58% on a Lifetime Subscription to Penzu Pro Digital Journal
This five-star rated app secures and syncs your digital journal entries.
Pressure is on for Apple Music, as music industry needs major help
The music industry hopes Apple Music will be able to carry the industry.
OCULUS EXPANDS VIRTUAL REALITY CONTENT AVAILABLE IN GEAR VR APP STORE BY MORE THAN 1,000% WITH RELEASE OF TWO YOUVISIT APPS
Virtual reality needs killer experience to drive further interest
There is a mad dash to create killer apps that will help drive interest in virtual reality.
Gartner: Mobile app usage mellowing, as adoption matures
Mobile users are more familiar with apps, and usage is mellowing as markets evolve.
BitFenix Announces AEGIS Micro-ATX Chassis
Not a Rubix Cube - much cooler. Waterproof linux-powered cube PC
Cuberox is a Kickstarter project that houses six 16x16 screens on a waterproof casing, powered by Linux and wireless charging.
Mobile security issues open the door to compromise users
Poor mobile app security leaves users vulnerable to data breach.
Ryanair looks to create solutions for passengers wearing smartwatches
Ryanair will give smartwatch owners additional features.
BlackBerry wants Congress to force app devs to create BlackBerry apps
BlackBerry CEO John Chen plans to ask Congress to make it mandatory app developers include apps for its platform.
The top 5 finance apps that keep you and your money organized
Check out our list of the top five financial apps that help us stay organized.
Smartwatch makers should focus on better apps to drive ownership
Trying to drive interest in smartwatches can be difficult, as many owners abandon using their devices, and releasing better apps could help.
Apple toots its own horn, indirectly helped create 1 million jobs
Apple continues to be a cash cow, and helped create and support up to 1 million jobs in the United States alone, company says.
Google Play 'Best Apps of 2014' released
Google Play's top apps of 2014 have been released to the public with a diverse range on offer.
Europe slams Apple over misleading in-app purchases
While Google proposed changes to in-app purchases, Europe claims it has had no firm commitment from Apple.
Growing number of apps let parents control children's smartphones
Growing number of apps give parents the ability to remotely lock their children's smartphones and tablets.
Department of Transportation wants to regulate navigation apps
U.S. federal government wants to regulate navigation apps used on smartphones and tablets while behind the wheel.
Movie theaters might begin encouraging second screen on mobile phones
Second screen technology could be welcomed in the movie theater, as Hollywood tries to embrace smartphone usage.
Mobile banking on the rise among financial institutions, customers
The rise of mobile banking makes it easier for customers to complete transactions, but mobile institutions must be aware of potential roadblocks.
Malicious apps in Google Play store increased almost 400 percent
The number of malicious apps in the Google Play store increased almost 400 percent over the past few years, according to researchers.
Gartner: More than 99% of apps don't make any money
There are countless free and paid apps available, with the majority of apps not making any money.
Instagram is fed up with 3rd party apps ripping off its name
Instagram begins ordering 3rd party apps to cease and desist using "Insta" or "Gram" in their names.
Norton Mobile Security (reviewed on an Android device)
Norton Mobile Security is here to protect your smartphone and everything in it. Let's take a close look at what it does.
Crittercism launches Fathom Mobile Command Center, puts the control of your apps in your hands
Crittercism unleashes Fathon Mobile Command Center, the first enterprise mobile app performance management solution.