Some popular iTunes apps and games are free, Garmin's new device projects directions onto the windshield, and an upcoming Nokia Windows Phone will pack a 41-megapixel camera.
CNET Update will cook all the things:
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In this episode of Update:
- Score some
freebies on iTunes as the App Store marks five years
. Apple has yet to make an official announcement about the anniversary on Wednesday, but the free apps spotted so far include: Barefoot World Atlas, Badland, Day One, Infinity Blade II, How to Cook Everything, Knots 3D, LiquidSketch, Map My Ride+, Over, Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery, Tiny Wings (iPhone and iPad), Traktor DJ (iPhone and iPad), and Where's My Water?
- Navigate into the future with
, which displays directions onto the windshield.
- Discover strange things about your Facebook friends with Graph Search, as it
rolls out to all U.S. users
- Find a deal on a tablet as Amazon
lowers the price of the Kindle Fire HD
Nook HD+ is even cheaper
- Buy a
Samsung Galaxy S4 without a contract at MetroPCS
- Prepare for Nokia to unveil the rumored
41-megapixel Lumia 1020
event on Thursday
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