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Apple, once a can't-miss stock, is finding it tough to persuade portfolio managers to come back into the fold.
Women looking to enhance their image but wary of spending money on expensive cosmetics can take the guesswork out of finding a new look, or improving selfies, with the latest beauty apps.
Yahoo Inc will buy mobile analytics startup Flurry to beef up a fast-growing mobile advertising business that still lags Google Inc's and Facebook Inc's in scale.
If you want to live dangerously, go ahead and climb an unfeasibly tall cliff without a safety line while wearing completely unsuitable footwear.
Tim Cook recently said that he performs 80% of his work on an iPad--and he thinks everyone should do the same.
One -- you might recall the tweet Tim Cook sent Satya Nadella when Microsoft introduced Office for iPad in Apple's App Store.
When Steve Jobs was still alive, he seemed adamant that the size of the iPhone's screen was perfect, since it was the maximum width a screen could be and be comfortable to hold while typing one-handed.
It took a little while for the apps to come into their own, but we're at a place now where the iPad has nearly as good of a selection of apps as the iPhone.
News4Jax's new app -- StormPins -- revolutionizes the way you share your weather experiences by sharing, even showing what you see.
Why are so many apps free? How do companies bring in revenue when they're giving away their software at no cost? Check out this story on jconline.com: http://on.jconline.com/1mtGm7g XMG's clothing-design game "Fashion Star Designer" is free to download and play, but users can purchase "cards," the in-game currency, for real money.
Here are some of the best free apps, app updates and new apps that have landed in the App Store recently.
Fix Facebook privacy settings Q. I can't keep up with Facebook's changes to its privacy policies.
Get a browser to work where it's not welcome The iCloud home page is persnickety in general about browsers, but it's not alone.
According to patent published under the US Trademark and Patent Office, Apple has found a way to tweak the user interface of a mobile device including security protocols and other settings depending on its location.
Instagram user cheesecurlsofinstagram captures Cheetos that have been uniquely gnarled to look like distinctive people and objects.
On Friday night, Twitter announced that it plans to update its iPhone and Android apps, so users can view their entire direct-message history on mobile.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 02:17 am
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