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Companies explore self-detonating data as security control

The popular Snapchat photo-messaging app used mainly by Android and iOS mobile device owners to share images that then self-destruct after 10 seconds is the sort of security idea that businesses say can help them secure online transactions with business partners.

iTunes Store adds 'buy now, download later' option for video and music

Apple recently added a new option for iTunes purchases made in iTunes or on iOS devices to buy TV shows, movies, and music box sets now, but download later.

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What I'm Playing: Ninjas that farm, and fish that skip

Today we're skipping fish with time traveling ninjas.

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Beer and satellites: Our favorite Demo Mobile 2013 products

This year's Demo Mobile featured an impressive array of products and services. Here are our favorites.

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Developers unveil new mobile apps for shopping, restaurant reviews at Demo Mobile

Snaptiva wants to add a bit more color to the experience of shopping for home design and fashion products, literally.

Why Mailbox for iOS is a better email app for business

The beta wait is over: Now everyone can get this excellent Gmail companion app. Here's why you should.

LinkedIn buys Pulse newsreader, no changes planned yet

Pulse’s 30 million users can breathe a collective sigh of relief--LinkedIn bought the newsreader for $90 million, but its existing services will stay the same.

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Dungeon Hunter 4 and the trouble with the free-to-play fun tax

Microtransactions are here to stay, but what's the appropriate amount of nickel-and-diming?

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Line's e-manga service

Chat app takes on e-book retailers, Amazon with manga comics service

Line, the popular messaging platform based in Japan, is challenging e-book vendors like Amazon and Rakuten with a new service to download and view manga, or Japanese comic books.

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Turn your iOS devices into security cameras

There's a new app that lets you turn any iOS device into a security camera. We take a closer look at People Power's Presence app.

SkyDrive decision reveals Microsoft's strategy for Office on iOS

Microsoft has no intention of sharing revenue with Apple, and is likely to tie Office on the iPad to its subscription plans, according to an analyst.