You may very well soon be able to watch HBO from your TV. What a crazy thought.
If you own an Android phone or iPhone, you're 2.5 more times likely to accidentally download malware today than you were in January.
The Amazon Appstore is currently off limits to mobile developers in Germany.
You might want to hang on for a second the next time you see an appealing app that's listed as "free" on the App Store and Android Market.
Have you ever looked at people working their phones and wondered if they were tweeting about you or the people around you?
An iPad-specific version of Facebook's official iOS app has been discovered.
Beginning tomorrow, thousands of geeks, nerds, and geeky nerds will descend upon San Diego for the biggest geek-fest known to mankind.
Not only are users downloading more apps for their iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches, they're also paying more for them.
You might want to read the fine print the next time you download a so-called 'free' iPhone game.
Amazon is allowed to continue using the term "Appstore" for its third-party online outlet for Android apps.
In less than a year and a half, developers have pushed out more than 100,000 apps optimized for Apple's tablet platform.
Between the iTunes and App Store, there will be a lot of money rolling through mobile app channels.
Apple is not off to a good start in its trademark case against Amazon.
Apple has kicked out an app from the iTunes App Store after receiving a complaint directly from the government of Israel.
If you're happy with the current methods of finding apps, Yahoo is throwing its hat into the ring.
Apple has done the unthinkable and reversed a policy that would have forced companies to pay it a lot of money.
Weather Decision Technologies announced today that hurricane emergency alerting is now a part of the iMapWeather Radio app.
Apple no longer wants apps that warn drivers about nearby police checkpoints.
Amazon has launched a Mac-only section of its app store, in competition with Apple's five-month-old Mac App Store.
Apple’s iOS App Store continues to grow at a rapid pace, with Cupertino approving more than 500,000 applications for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.