Call in the loony squad. After Flappy Bird was pulled from the App Store, iPhones and Android devices with the game installed are going for thousands of dollars on eBay. One iPhone 5 is selling for more than $90,000.
Verizon's LTE network is officially Nexus 7 friendly in time for Valentine's Day. The carrier is making Google's tablet available starting this week. There were ways to get it working unofficially, but this is the first officially availability
Mozilla has announced the forthcoming availability of Firefox Launcher, a replacement homescreen app for Android, which uses contextual search technology to predict the apps you want, when you want them.
Facebook decided to share security software it developed to protect its Android app from malware, which encrypts the data stores on MicroSD cards used by phones and tablets. The decision to open-source is good news for other developers.
We've been hearing about a possible Google-produced smartwatch for some time, although the rumors have been sporadic. We've gathered them all together here, along with other information on the possible Google or Motorola project, to keep you fully up to date.
Android is a customizable platform but if you really want your phone to feel like it's made just for you, try EverythingMe. The app launcher uses context to predict your needs and offers impressive organization.
Which you could get Facebook Chat Heads-style notifications from other apps? Now you can with the extremely customizable Floatifications app for Android. Get handy pop up bubbles to inform you of activity on your favorite apps.
AT&T's latest patent hints that it may move to control speeds and access to certain types of data, meaning it could cut you off, slow you down, or charge you if you use too much of your data to stream, download movies, or torrent.