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App of the Day: Sketch Nation Studio

This free app lets you make your very own games for iOS — no coding required.

By May 6, 2012


'National Day of Unplugging'--there's an app for that

Tonight marks the start of the second annual event designed to encourage us to "check out" rather than "check in," and put aside all mobile devices for 24 hours.

By March 4, 2011


Easter rambles with the National Trust iPhone app

Cream teas and Victorian follies are yours for the finding with the National Trust iPhone app, fresh to phones just in time for the long, rainy Easter break

By April 1, 2010


Jailbreaking iPhone could pose threat to national security, Apple claims

In response to the U.S Copyright Office's questions, Apple claims that jailbreaking the iPhone could pose threats of a catastrophic level.

By July 29, 2009


Facebook, Nielsen to devs: Smartphones are your future

At the AppNation conference in San Francisco, Facebook and Nielsen execs roll out data to show why developers should be putting their eggs in mobile baskets.

By November 30, 2011


New and Noteworthy: Apple to unveil new version of logo: Microsoft a national security risk

New and Noteworthy: Apple to unveil new version of logo: Microsoft a national security risk

By September 26, 2003


Developers react to Apple's relaxed app approval process

Apple recently announced that it will be relaxing its regulations for developers that hope to get their apps into iTunes. We hit up Appnation and got some reactions to the news.

By September 14, 2010


Nielsen: 1 in 2 own a smartphone, average 41 apps

According to the latest report published by Nielsen, 1 in 2 mobile subscribers owns a smartphone of some kind and those smartphone owners average 41 apps per device.

By May 16, 2012


NutriSleuth aims to make grocery shopping easier

A new app for the iPhone and iPod Touch goes beyond nutrition and calorie counting. NutriSleuth hopes to make it easier to shop for a family with multiple dietary needs.

By September 15, 2010


How 3D ads will make their way on to your phone

Mobile advertising company Smaato and digital content start-up Cooliris are working to deliver 3D ads to mobile devices. But will people respond?

By November 28, 2011