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The developer protests that the controversial app that identifies the religion of celebrities and public figures is "intended for fun."
Google says its new service is a dramatic rethinking of traditional social networking paradigms where, Google says, there's no good way to define our various types of friendships, and share information accordingly.
Stepping away from your PC? Don't let it stop working for you--or for a lofty purpose. These eight freebies do everything from backup to scientific research, all while you're not looking.
The Windows Phone Marketplace's 6000+ apps are far fewer than its rivals, but the Windows Phone 7 Zune-like interface gives apps a colorful and useful visual flair absent from other mobile platforms. Here are 10 free apps that benefit from that aesthetic.
Use these Android, BlackBerry, iPhone, and Palm apps to locate the nearest pub, play beer pong, cure a hangover, or find a whole host of merrymaking activities.
Wondering whether Google Goggles will ever hit the iPhone or make its way to the BlackBerry? Here are some answers.
Apple is quick to ban controversial content, but slow to post bug fixes on its iPhone App Store.
Thoughts from the cherry-scented- butter-flavored-with-earthy-undertones world of wine applications for the iPhone.
Apple's mobile App Store came under fire again for the sale and distribution of software that violated watchmaker's Cartier copyrights.