All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
A native iOS app for Google's streaming-music service is being tested inside the company and will be released once bugs are worked out, reports Engadget.
Fans have thrown a flag on Madden's freemium app, which all but requires you to spend money -- quite possibly a lot of money.
Product manager and former classmate of Mark Zuckerberg says he is leaving the company with "mixed emotions."
The New York-based start-up has close ties to Facebook going back to its early days; founder Sam Lessin, a college classmate of Mark Zuckerberg's, will be joining Facebook.
A new poll shows that Apple's smartphone owners are slightly less satisfied with the operating system than they were with previous iOS upgrades.
Apple has apparently further cut Google out of its universe. While a standalone YouTube app is on its way, it won't be installed by default on new iPhones and iPads.
According to a report from AppleInsider, oil field services provider Halliburton has decided to drop Research In Motion's BlackBerry platform in favor of Apple's iOS for its workforce.
After introducing an API that allowed developers to check on an iOS device to see if its operating system had been compromised (read: jailbroken) less than six months ago, Apple has now unexpectedly dropped the functionality from iOS 4.2.1.
Facebook today announced plans to kill off its Beluga messaging service, which it acquired earlier this year. Users have two weeks to get their data off the site, with it going offline in December.
Terms of the deal remain undisclosed, but the social network makes it clear that it won't be getting into the book-publishing industry.