Apps & Software

Playboy, Nudity, Come To iPad

The potential of the iPad has finally been fulfilled with the news that Playboy will be getting its own App, allowing access to the entire back catalog of the iconic girlie mag, uncensored. Quite how this fits with Apple’s notorious censorship of content in other apps remains to be seen – beyond the obvious “Playboy is a really big …

App Of The Week: GamesRadar Cheats And Guides For iPhone

Cheating at video games. It’s one of the few, purely victimless crimes left on the planet. Unless you cheat at multiplayer games—that’s more of a crime against a faceless victim you’ll hopefully never run into.

At any rate, GamesRadar.com is chock full of video game tips, guides, cheats and walkthroughs, but we can all agree that …

TurboTax Unveils New Mobile App To Help You File Taxes

We apologize: We’re betting that you don’t want to be reminded of tax season this early in the year, nor did you really wish for filing tax app. But Turbo Tax’s new app hopes to make the tedious act of filing taxes a whole lot easier, and since all of us have to embark on this terrible journey of showing Uncle Sam what is due to us (or …

Google Places: Google’s Own Local Recommendation App

Move over, Yelp and Urbanspoon–Google’s getting in on the local recommendation app action.

The company has come a long way from being just a search engine. And with this week’s release of its latest iOS app, Google Places, Google is moving ever closer to social network territory.

The free app, which is available now in the iTunes …

TV Networks Upset Over Comcast App

You’d think that Comcast would’ve learned from Google’s mistakes, but apparently not. The cable company’s new Xfinity TV app for the iPad is currently under fire from broadcasters and content providers unhappy with an app that streams their programs live or on-demand without their permission.

According to Mediaweek, a presentation of …

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