Many popular apps are free to download, but are designed to tempt users to pay for in-game enhancements - often allowing for quicker progression.
Nokia X models will now become part of the Lumia range and run the Windows Phone operating system, although existing Android handsets will continue to be supported.
The New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) has issued proposed regulations for Bitcoin and other related cryptocurrency businesses that operate in the Empire State.
The most significant change is that anyone doing business with a firm operating under these rules won’t be pseudonymous, much less anonymous—in direct contradiction to one of the defining characteristics of Bitcoin.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has one of the most active mobile markets in the world.
Those smartphones that so many of us carry around all day allow us (and others) to track unprecedented amounts of information about ourselves.
Google is on track for mobile search queries to overtake those on desktop this year, and today it took one more step forward in how it is will control that experience on behalf of its users — for better or for worse.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the law ahead of his official visit to Latin America, with Havana as his first stop.
The agreement was first signed in October 2013 and draws a line under a twenty-year dispute.
Happy birthday, iTunes App Store.
Apple‘s App Store turns six today, and now offers consumers over 1.2 million apps, which have been downloaded 75 billion times, according to the most recent official data shared by the company.
Prime Minister David Cameron has secured the backing of all three main parties for the highly unusual move.
A study released Wednesday by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) found that US 15-year-olds are in the middle of the pack when it comes to basic knowledge of finances and wealth-building.