Apps & Software

Live Transit Alerts and Delays Get Integrated into Google Maps

If you’ve ever found yourself waiting for a bus or subway train, wondering why it hasn’t arrived at its exact scheduled time, I think I saw you dejectedly pacing around at the bus stop near my place this morning. Get with it, man! It’s the bus! And it was, like, 7:00 in the morning. That’s primetime, buddy.

Man, this guy. He was the …

Moichendising! ‘Angry Birds’ Cookbook Coming Soon

For months, you’ve been trying to help those Angry Birds protect their eggs from the mysteriously green pigs, and now you’ll finally get to find out why they wanted those eggs in the first place with the Angry Birds Cookbook.

Oh, you only think that I’m joking.

Not content with parlaying the uber-successful app into animated …

Skype Takes Another Hit, Drops ‘Small Number’ of Users

What goes down must eventually come back up. That would’ve been Newton’s fourth law had he lived another 284 years and been using Skype this morning.

“Skype broken for everyone?” wrote Xona Games’ game producer Matthew Doucette on Twitter this morning. I glanced up at my Mac’s menu bar. Sure enough, the dreaded X-Cloud (or …

Apple Debuts ‘iTunes in the Cloud’ (but No New iPhone)

Apple’s Steve Jobs took the stage at his company’s Worldwide Developers Conference today and, along with several other senior Apple officials, showcased what’s coming from Apple’s desktop operating system, Mac OS X Lion; the operating system that powers the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, iOS; and the long-rumored “iCloud” online storage …

Live from Apple’s WWDC 2011 Keynote

We’re live at 10AM Pacific, 1PM Eastern from Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in California. Harry McCracken of Technologizer is steering the liveblog ship, with commentary provided by yours truly.

We’re expecting to hear information about the next version of Apple’s mobile operating system, details about the future of the OS X …

Twitter Declares Photo War, Announces Native Image Sharing

Clap if you like, or just shrug if you don’t care: Twitter’s finally going to let you upload and share photos directly, through its website. The takeaway: No more Yfrog or TwitPic or Twitgoo for you.

Twitter CEO Dick Costolo told users Wednesday at the D9 conference (wherein a bunch of celebrity tech folk chat with media bigwigs) that …

Apple Brings iWork to iPhones, Making a Case for iCloud

Apple’s iWork suite is now available on iPhones and iPod Touches, and it’s free for users who already have the iPad versions.

iWork consists of three programs: Pages for written documents, Numbers for spreadsheets and Keynote for presentations. Each app costs $10. There’s no discount for buying them all at once, but as universal iOS …

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