Native Android Google Docs App Finally Available

Google probably should have launched a Google Docs app for Android about two years ago. The ability to view, edit, create, and collaborate on documents would have been a major selling point, and it seems like a no-brainer for a company with one of the top mobile operating systems and one of the top cloud-based … Read more

Dark Horse Launches Digital Comics for iOS

Dark Horse is the latest comic book publisher preparing to make launch an app for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. The publisher has announced that its new Dark Horse comics iOS app will be ready to download from the App Store on April 27th. The first issue of Hellboy: Seed of Destruction will come preloaded for … Read more

First Look At HBO’s Upcoming Mobile Apps

DirecTV may have been the first US television provider to announce plans to provide HBO GO mobile video apps for iOS and Android, but it won’t be the only company to do so. In a video teaser posted on YouTube, HBO promises that HBO GO will soon be available on tablets and tablets as well as … Read more

HBO, Cinemax programming coming to iPhone, iPad, Android

DirectTV has announced plans to offer HBO GO and MAX GO apps for mobile devices. Right now the services allow DirectTV subscribers who pay for HBO and Cinemax to view content online via a web site for no additional charge. Eventually mobile apps will also be available for Android and iOS. There are 1400 titles available from … Read more

How to Jailbreak iOS 4.3.1 (untethered)

The folks at the iPhone Dev Team have released updated versions of the redsn0w tool  PwnageTool that lets you jailbreak nearly any device that runs iOS 4.3.1 — the latest version of Apple’s iOS operating system. The iPad 2 isn’t currently supported, and the developers haven’t yet released the tools to carrier unlock an iPhone running … Read more

Google Battles Android Fragmentation With Strong-ARM Tactics?

Google’s Android operating system has long been portrayed as the “open” alternative to Apple iOS and most other mobile operating systems. While Google typically works on new versions of Android behind closed doors, the company also typically releases the source code to device makers and the public at some point, allowing anyone to customize the … Read more

How to jailbreak iOS 4.3.1 (and why you might not want to yet)

There’s good news and bad news for anyone who wants to upgrade their iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to the latest version of iOS, but also wants to be able to jailbreak their device to run apps that aren’t supported by Apple. The good news is that you can jailbreak iOS 4.3.1. The bad news is … Read more

As Expected, New York Times Erects Paywall

The New York Times is starting to roll out digital subscription plans in Canada this week, with US and international subscriptions set to take effect on march 28th. Readers will be able to view the paper’s home page for free, and read up to 20 articles per month at no cost. You’ll also be able to … Read more