The latest update to Pac-Man + Tournaments for Android lets you chomp on Androids in Google-themed mazes for a limited time.
Less than a year after acquiring app search tool Chomp, Apple quietly kills off its mobile app and any traces of its Web site.
Apple has bought app search platform Chomp, with a view to revamping searching in the App Store.
The cross-platform search engine for apps, which Apple bought in February, has stopped serving up results for apps from rival Google.
Apple has acquired app search and discovery service Chomp with hopes of improving the App Store, according to TechCrunch.
Apple's said to have purchased Cue, a San Francisco-based smart assistant service aimed at mobile devices.
Apple has snapped up local transit and directions service Hopstop to bolster its mapping services.
The next major upgrade will include a dedicated iTunes settings panel, allowing users to control iCloud features within iTunes, 9to5Mac reports.
The wireless carrier is partnering with start-up Chomp to increase the accuracy and relevancy of searches made in its Verizon app store.