Google says that Gmail users in the U.S. and Canada will still be able to place voice calls through the web-based email service for free through 2013.
Chances are, your favorite iOS game is sporting a new look for the holidays. Here are five that caught our eye.
Some people who ordered a Nook HD or HD+ got an inbox scare on Friday when they received an email warning them that their tablet order wouldn't ship until December. Barnes & Noble says that email went out by mistake.
Wreck-It Ralph may draw heavy inspiration from video games, but it's not the first movie to do so. Our staff looks at the hits and misses -- mostly misses -- of when games jump from consoles and handhelds to the big screen.
Baseball fans who'd like to enjoy live video of games on their computer or mobile device for the rest of the 2012 season need to get in the game: An MLB.TV Premium subscription costs just $10 through Monday night.
Tiny Tower has been around for a while on both the iOS and Android platforms. But constant improvements from developer NimbleBit has made this sim game one worth keeping on your mobile device.
While it deserves credit for integrating features like augmented reality and location awareness into a combat game, Ghostbusters Paranormal Blast stumbles when it comes to gameplay.
You build words from lettered tiles in SpellTower, a simple-looking word game that offers a fun amount of challenge in its different game modes.
If you've got Olympic fever, this fun sports game lets you enjoy some athletic glory with just the flick of a finger.
Twitter would seem to enjoy a home-field advantage when it comes to building a mobile app for its microblogging service. But the Twitter app for both Android and iOS comes up short in several areas.
There's a lot going on in this physics puzzler -- perhaps too much, in fact. The frenetic, fast-paced Bucketz feels more like an assault on your senses than a pleasant way to pass the time.
Asynchronous turn-based games are quite popular for the iPhone and iPad, but racing games really don't translate well to this slower-paced, casual format.
This app contains information and photographs featuring 20 national parks. It's a decent offering on the iPhone, but it's really impressive to see what National Geographic does with the iPad's larger screen.
For endless side-scrolling fun on either iOS or Android devices, it's hard to top Ski Safari. Philip Michaels explains the game's appeal.