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With Instant Articles, Facebook is set to host content from publications such as BuzzFeed, The New York Times, National Geographic and others natively on its website.
The highly-awaited title — made by the creators of best-selling games such as 80 Days — is now available for your iPhone and iPad for $4.99.
Indian travel portal Cleartrip and media conglomerates NDTV and Times Group have withdrawn support for Facebook's Internet.org program, citing net neutrality concerns.
Right on schedule, the Apple Online Store is down ahead of commencement of Apple Watch pre-orders and the new 12-inch MacBook launch.
In addition to Yelp reviews for local points of interest, Maps is now showing TripAdvisor and Booking.com's hotel reviews in search results.
Scanbot is a fully-featured mobile scanner app that allows you to scan documents up to 200 dpi and QR codes, with the latest update bringing added functionality.
The Places API gives iOS developers access to better location pickers, which means that users will soon be able to share their location using real place names instead of latitude and longitude.
Nintendo has announced that it will team up with Japanese mobile game publisher DeNA in making a series of games for the iPhone and iPad featuring Nintendo characters.
Boeing is reportedly in talks with major tech companies such as Apple and Google in providing "high-throughput communications satellites."
Yahoo's new "on-demand" system will tie your phone number with your Yahoo account, sending you a one-time verification key to your iPhone every time you want to login.
Apple has updated its Apple Pay website with new partners, bringing the total number of retail stores that accept the touchless payment system to 61.
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