North Carolina State University researchers say that many Android phones include apps that can be used by hackers to bypass Android's security features.
Tablet owners spend more time reading the news than they do on Facebook - but they're not prepared to pay for that news, a survey shows.
BlueStacks has rolled out the alpha version of its App Player for Windows. The software allows users to run their favorite Android apps on Windows-based PCs or tablets.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer told developers attending BUILD that Windows 8 would be a "re-imagining" of Redmond's flagship operating system, with every other product "pivoting" around the long-awaited OS.
Citigroup analysts believe Microsoft - while somewhat fashionably late - still has time to crash the lucrative tablet party.
Apple and Google have agreed to review applications alerting drivers to DUI checkpoints to consider whether they facilitate illegal activity.
The current legal battle between Apple and Samsung is certainly a hot topic for discussion.
Twitter is one of those tools that’s especially cool when used on your mobile phone. The problem? Most Twitter for mobile clients absolutely suck.
Last week, TG Daily reported that Jack Dorsey, original Twitter founder, would be making a comeback to the company.
A Silicon Valley start-up known as Bubblie is hoping to redefine the way we view photographs with what it calls a "bubble" image.
The world’s largest online retailer, Amazon.com, is reportedly planning to launch an app market that will sell Android-based software.
Google has kicked 21 apps out of the Android Market for being stuffed full with malware.
A new app aviation mapping app for the iPad has just been approved by the Federal Aviation Administration.
Wolfram Alpha is launching the first three apps in a series of 'course assistant' apps.
Microsoft claims there are now 5,000 apps available for its recently launched Windows Phone 7 platform.
Sometimes the lure of holiday cookies and a little bubbly on New Years Eve is enough to make us do crazy things.
Nearly 40 percent of mobile users are unhappy with most of their apps, a Harris Interactive survey has found.
It's an often-asked question - yes, of course the iPad is a wonderful device, but is it actually any use? And now figures from Nielsen appear to show that many owners can't think of a thing to do with it.
Many of Facebook's most popular apps are sharing user data with third parties, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
A study of Facebook apps has shown that people are more likely to buy a product if it's already very popular - but that a clear winner that doesn't reach a certain popularity threshold won't benefit from this effect.