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Google reportedly acquires Bitspin, maker of Timely app

Formerly a paid offering, the Android alarm clock is now listed as free at the Google Play store.

By Jan. 4, 2014

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Google Play for Android expected to get new features

An updated version of the Google Play app refreshes the interface and adds tweaks like an activity feed, according to one blog.

By Dec. 6, 2013

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Did EA drop the ball with Madden NFL 25 for iOS?

Fans have thrown a flag on Madden's freemium app, which all but requires you to spend money -- quite possibly a lot of money.

By Aug. 28, 2013

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Super Stickman Golf 2

If you liked the first Stickman golf game and want new levels, new obstacles, and new power-ups, Super Stickman Golf 2 is a worthy sequel.

By Mar. 18, 2013

4 stars Editor's rating Mar. 18, 2013

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EFF: Apple needs to defend its developers

The Electronic Frontier Foundation says Apple has done a poor job of sticking up for developers against a group that's trying to tax them for using a purchasing feature Apple requires.

By May. 20, 2011

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Developers pleased with Apple's Lodsys response

While a legal battle could still be ahead, developers are breathing a sigh of relief after Apple came to their defense against a group seeking licensing fees to use the in-app purchase feature.

By May. 23, 2011

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Apple apps hacked to steal in-app purchases

Hackers have discovered a way to steal in-app purchases from iPhone and iPad apps, according to UK-based developer.

By Nov. 21, 2011

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Report: Apple looking into Lodsys patent claim

Apple is said to be investigating the claims made by a patent holding group that is targeting developers who use in-app purchase in their apps.

By May. 17, 2011

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EA's Rock Band for iOS 'no longer playable' after May 31

Owners of EA's Rock Band for iOS are finding out that the game will effectively expire at the end of the month.

By May. 2, 2012

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iPhone apps that wouldn't get approved today

The new App Store guidelines give developers a better idea of what they can and can't do, but Apple is also sending mixed messages with some stipulations conflicting with already approved apps.

By Sep. 9, 2010