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This week in apps: Thanksgiving edition
Given the looming date, we've taken inventory of a handful of apps that will help you prep and plan for Thanksgiving festivities.
Top 10 best iPhone food apps
Get your eat on with food apps that will help you find restaurants, recipes, tutorial videos, and what your favorite chefs are eating.
LEGO announces iPhone-based building game
New app will challenge users to build with Lego blocks and use the iPhone's camera to assess the results.
Logitech Harmony Link turns tablets into universal remotes for $99
Logitech's $99 Harmony Link works over Wi-Fi in conjunction with smartphone and tablet apps to provide a super slick interface and total system control.
Best iPhone apps for kids
From virtual pets and coloring books to puzzles and memory games, we round up the best iPhone apps for kids.
Google+ iPhone app hits number one in iTunes
It was a quick rise to the top of the iTunes charts for the Google+ iPhone app.
Study: App downloads to reach 48 billion by 2015
Consumer preference for touchscreen devices is one factor expected to contribute to a steady increase in app consumption over the next few years.
BeerStat App tracks your drinking habits, for better or worse
Track your beer expenses, calories, and records with this handy BeerStat app for iPad, iPod, and iPhone.
Best St. Patrick’s Day iPhone apps
Find the nearest happy hour, play some drinking games, and even look up Irish recipes with our best St. Patty's Day iPhone apps.
Mobile March Madness: Best iPhone apps for the 2011 NCAA Tournament
Keep track of your NCAA tournament brackets and even watch live games on the go with these March Madness iPhone apps.
Digital Trends Staff
Teaching reading to kids with interactive storybook apps
These interactive story apps for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad make teaching reading to kids easy – and fun – for kids and adults alike.
Virginia Tech grad builds an iPhone-controlled beer cannon
A Virginia Tech graduate has conjured up a machine and iPhone app that allows him to select a beer and have his fridge fire it across the room to him.
Jeffrey Van Camp