A few happy iPhone users were able to get their hands on iTether last year when the app was briefly on Apple's App Store.
I always thought the original Parrot AR.Drone was a really cool 'copter. However, I couldn't bring myself to spend almost $300 on a toy I knew my kids would step on or I might crash and ruin.
Microsoft is reportedly set to submit an iPad-optimized version of its flagship Office suite to the App Store for approval.
Braille could become the new craze at school, thanks to a new app that lets people text without looking - leaving teachers in the dark about messages flying around the class.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is actively seeking developers to code a platform capable of monitoring social networks for threats.
The Federal Reserve is looking to hire some coders.
A new app to be tested in California this summer is claimed to be able to reduce freeway pile-ups by 40 percent.
State Farm has released an app that teaches parents and teens how to be better drivers.
College and high school students love smartphones and hate final exams. It was only a matter of time before someone tried combining the two.
Are you too lazy or too busy to mow your lawn? Now you can use your iPhone to get the job done.
Having trouble managing your relationship with your significant other? Now you can rely on an app to help you with matters of the heart.
The popular Facebook app DoubleDown Casino has added video poker to its lineup of social games.
Time Warner and Viacom have upped the stakes in their battle over whether Viacom's programming should be available on the iPad.
How does a social network with no privacy settings at all sound? Because that's the setup with Color, a new application from Bill Nguyen, the entrepreneur who sold Lala to Apple in 2009 for around $80 million.
Research in Motion (RIM) - succumbing to heavy pressure by U.S. politicians - has agreed to remove all BlackBerry apps designed to help drivers evade DUI checkpoints.
Apple's coming under fire from gay rights groups over an app that claims to be able to 'cure' homosexuality.
A new app from British firm Gospelware is designed to help unimaginative employees bunk off work.
Some people just have to swim against the current. And while it seems most of us just can't get enough of reading about that exemplar of tolerance and good taste, Charlie Sheen, others are not so enthusiastic.
In the future you will always have the perfect meal with the right wine to go along with it. The power of Semantic Web technology will make this easier for sommeliers than ever before.
A new iPhone app is claimed to give an instant translation of the written word, allowing tourists to read foreign signs, menus and the like.