Somehow, an unofficial game managed to get approved in the Apple App Store and has made its way up to #2 in the list of top paid apps.
Amazon has just set up shop for iPad e-book customers, but plans on giving no cut of its sales to Apple.
Apple has revoked a two-year-old app that allowed people to create fake (and ridiculous) Driver Licenses, after facing pressure from a Pennsylvania Senator.
In less than a year, Apple has managed to convert enough people to its computer software digital download platform to reach 100 million downloads.
Did your favorite iPhone or iPad games make the list of this year's top sellers?
Microsoft has been firming up its answer to Apple's user-friendly and easily navigable platform for digital computer downloads.
In what is a key push forward in its mission to rake in money from China, Apple now allows customers to pay for App Store purchases with yuan.
It's not easy to get a malicious app into Apple's heavily guarded and scrutinized App Store, but it is still possible.
Apple's booted security researcher Charlie Miller out of its iOS developer program for revealing a security flaw in iPhones and iPads.
The number of apps that have been posted to the Android Market has just reached the half-million milestone, but how many of those apps are still around?
Google's official 'Voice' app has been uploaded back to Apple's iTunes App Store after being taken down about a week ago.
It looks like Android is about to surge ahead of yet another first-in-class title previously held by the iPhone.
It may have had some pretty major snags so far, but developers are still willing to rally behind Windows Phone 7.
There are roughly 250,000 apps available for Android, but how many of them ever gain an attention?
A popular developer for Apple's iOS platform being smacked with a $50,000 fine over child privacy is just one example of the challenges facing independent developers.
Premium cable channel Cinemax's heralded porn content is apparently a-ok with the people who confirm submitted iOS apps.
A number of NGOs, activists and Liz Claiborne reps recently announced the launch of Love Is Not Abuse. This unique iPhone app is designed to help parents and kids end the scourge of dating abuse and teen violence.
The legal dispute between Viacom and Cablevision has been resolved, and the big winner is the end user.
One of the most popular pay-pet-view video streaming services is now, kind of, officially available on the iPad.
The FBI has launched its official Child ID app, which allows parents to electronically store photos and critical information about their children in case they go missing.