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Houseparty says that the popular mobile game Heads Up will now be available in its app with "packs" of words costing $ 0.99 or more.

Houseparty, the group video chat that has carved a place among a segment of young people who use it to hang around virtually, is making its first efforts to generate revenue. The company said today that Heads up, the popular… Continue Reading →

App Annie: China has generated 40% of spending on mobile apps and nearly half of downloads in 2018

China may be slowing down iPhone sales around the world, but the Chinese are running the Apple App Store business. In fact, China accounted for nearly 50% of all app downloads in 2018, which pushed the total number of downloads… Continue Reading →

App Annie: WhatsApp is now the most popular application of Facebook

WhatsApp's $ 19 billion bet on Facebook in 2014, while the email app had 450 million active users, is really starting to pay off. According to industry estimates, WhatsApp has surpassed the popularity of Facebook's famous brand application in recent… Continue Reading →

First glimpse of Twitter's new beta app and its intention to remain "useful and relevant"

Twitter has made a name, at its most basic level, as a platform that gives voice to all who use it. But as it grew, this unique selling point placed Twitter on so many challenges – harassment, confusing management of… Continue Reading →

An internal NASA app leaked employee emails and project names

A NASA web application leaked information such as user names, names, e-mail addresses, and project names of employees. ZDNet learned today about bug hunter Avinash Jain. This exhibition came from one of NASA's Jira facilities, a web application that most… Continue Reading →

NHS England Director of Digital Services goes digital and gives up health care for GP app biz

The NHS England Digital Officer reportedly told his staff that he was leaving the organization just days after the government launched its long-term technology-based plan. NHS England claims that it will be fully digital within ten years READ MORE Juliet… Continue Reading →

Videolan says that it expects VLC to exceed Friday's 3B downloads and that Airplay support arrives on the main VLC app, probably in about a month.

January 10, 2019 12:38 PT The VLC open source video player application did not exceed 3 billion downloads on Friday, and the Videolan team celebrated the occasion with a special download desk at its CES booth in Las Vegas. VLC… Continue Reading →

Free iPhone app stops spam calls

Spam calls have been a problem in the United States for some time now, but things have really gotten worse in the last two years. The problem varies by region, but here in the New York area, I receive at… Continue Reading →

Los Angeles accuses Covertly Mining User Data Weather Channel App

The Weather Channel application was collected, shared and operated in a misleading manner and took advantage of the location information of millions of US consumers, said the Los Angeles City Lawyer in a lawsuit filed Thursday. The Weather Channel app,… Continue Reading →

Your Mac's speakers can create movies and music in 3D with this app.

Nahimic has been offering its PC-based 3D audio technology for years (including MSI's PC gaming), but at CES 2019, the company is expanding dramatically with a new Mac application that promises to bring the same 3D audio sound to your… Continue Reading →

Samsung's 2018 and 2019 TV models will be able to access iTunes content directly through a dedicated app and support Apple's AirPlay 2 wireless streaming standard.

The 2018 and 2019 Samsung TVs will be able to access your library of iTunes movies and TV shows and read it, the company announced. You will also be able to buy and rent content from iTunes directly from the… Continue Reading →

The City of Los Angeles uses the Weather Channel app to share location data with advertisers

Image: ZDNet Today, the city of Los Angeles has filed a lawsuit against creators of the hugely popular Weather Channel application for "secretly exploiting users' private data and selling that information to third parties, including advertisers." The lawsuit, available in… Continue Reading →

Yet another weather app accused of having collected too much user data

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Yet another weather app accused of having collected too much user data

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Yet another weather app accused of having collected too much user data

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Yet another weather app accused of having collected too much user data

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Yet another weather app accused of having collected too much user data

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Shine brings her women-centered self-care app to Android

Shine, one of many applications capitalizing on the growing trend in personal care, has just brought to Android devices its application used by 3 million people. Originally launched as a simple messaging bot that gave life and motivation tips, Shine… Continue Reading →

Shine brings her women-centered self-care app to Android

Shine, one of many applications capitalizing on the growing trend in personal care, has just brought to Android devices its application used by 3 million people. Originally launched as a simple messaging bot that gave life and motivation tips, Shine… Continue Reading →

Warning: A fake Amazon Alexa setup app infiltrated Apple’s App Store and is now the #6 utility

Apple’s iOS App Store paved the way for other modern mobile app stores. Prior to the App Store’s introduction in 2008 alongside the iPhone 3G, smartphone users who wanted to install apps on their phones had to do so through… Continue Reading →

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