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Twitter Adds Short Video Clips With Vine iOS App

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for official-twitter-bird-white-on-blue.png Looking to expand on brief messages and snapshots, a new iOS app allows users to create short, six second, looping clips ideal for those candid camera moments to share with your Twitter friends. 

Apple Earns $13.1 Billion in First Quarter Profits, Sells 75 Million iOS Devices

applelogo.png On sales of 47.8 million iPhones and 22 million iPads, Apple has recorded $54.5 billion in revenue and $13.1 billion in profit in a single quarter. 

YouSendIt's New Mobile Apps Aim to Close BYOD Security Gap

YouSendIt's New Mobile Apps Aim to Close BYOD Security Gap

Last week, YouSendIt, the cloud file collaboration service, bought Found, a system for enabling file search across devices and clouds. Today, YouSendIt is beefing up its mobile offerings with the launch of some new mobile apps for the iPhone, Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8. The apps are designed to meet the needs of an increasingly mobile user base while protecting against the growing security risks of mobile file sharing.

Voice Calling is Now Part of iPhone Facebook Messenger App

In their most recent update to the Facebook Messenger application for iOS, Facebook has introduced a free calling feature via wi-fi or data connections for US users. 

Star Trek Alert: The CommBadge Arrives

Between the low-hanging fruit of some Star Trek gadgets, like the common flip-open phones whose original design was based on the series’ devices, and the far-future-if-ever technology from the TV series like teleportation, lie some advances that we are living to see. Move over, voice-recognizing computers. Time to make way for the CommBadge. 

Mobile App of the Week: Being Social with Pheed

It’s time for the first Mobile App of the Week in 2013. This week we’re looking at Pheed, a social network.

Microsoft Gains Home System Control with Reported R2 Studios Acquisition

Is Microsoft stepping up its interest in using the Xbox, smartphones or other devices to control home systems? That question is being asked following a new report that the technology giant is buying id8 Group R2 Studios, which offers a product to control home systems remotely from an Android device.

Google's Tips for Getting the Best From Its iPhone Maps App

 google_maps_icon.jpgGoogle's Maps app for the iPhone has been a huge hit this month with 10 million downloads and being credited with boosting iOS and saving Christmas (maybe). Google is now sharing some hints and tips for those still experimenting with it. 

Dropbox Buys up Snapjoy Photo Viewing App, Updates Dropbox iOS App

Cloud storage mover and shaker Dropbox has bought fellow Y Combinator alum Snapjoy, a photo viewing app that lets people consolidate and view photos from around the Web or stashed away on various devices and memory cards.

Google Offers Office Access for iPad, CloudOn Offers Office Support for iPhone

It’s Christmas so a lot of people will be expecting iPads, even if it’s only one of the older versions. While that’s all well and good, what will really make this Christmas special are the apps that go with it. One of the biggest problems to date has been the inability to use Office and Office documents on the iPad. This week however, Google has announced that it will be making Office users’ Christmas dreams come true with iPad access.

YouTube Capture App Gets Video Online Fast From Your iPhone

Thumbnail image for youtube_app_logo.PNGEver wondered why you can't upload video using the YouTube app to the site? Well, now there's an app just for that as Google reveals YouTube Capture, the point, shoot and upload app for content creators.  

Samsung Dominates Apple and Smartphone Sales in 2012

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for samsung_galaxy_s3.jpg The latest set of market figures show Samsung knocking Nokia off the top of the mobile phone charts, and setting a sizeable lead over Apple in smartphones. 

 

Mobile Review 2012: Smartphones Become Boring in a Tablet World

lumia620_thumb.jpgOne thing became pretty clear in 2012, for all the bluster and hype over new features, smartphones are now a mature technology, leaving the seemingly ever-resizeable tablet to take up the slack.

The Top Business, Social and Media Mobile Apps of 2012

From the hundreds of thousands of apps across the spectrum of devices, what have you been downloading and using on your smartphone most this year? CMSWire takes a look at those that have appealed most to us. 

 

Apple Looking to 2013 as iPhone 5 Shifts Two Million on Chinese Launch

 iphone5_thumb.jpgDespite the lack of huge queues and choatic scenes, Apple has announced sales of two million units to Chinese customers over the three-day launch period of the iPhone 5. But now all eyes will be on Apple's plans for 2013. 

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