How do you teach a younger crowd to appreciate and protect the ozone layer? By weaving the science into the games they play, apparently.
Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy.
If you thought Apple device owners would splurge on apps during a holiday season when they were stuck at home… you guessed correctly. Apple
Contrary to reports, Google is not delaying updates to its iOS apps because it doesn’t want to comply with Apple’s recently announced App Store
Apple has pulled an iOS app called Vybe Together that promoted private parties in New York City and elsewhere during the COVID-19 pandemic, The
Journalists appear to have fallen prone to a particularly sophisticated digital espionage campaign. According to the Guardian, Citizen Lab has discovered that operators using
Collab, a Facebook app that allows users to collaborate on music videos, is now available to all iOS users in the US. The app
Apple and Google have reportedly ordered app developers to sever ties with X-Mode Social Inc., a data broker that specializes in location tracking. As
Apple is launching its subscription fitness service, which is built mainly to complement Apple Watch, on December 14. Apple Fitness+ was first announced at
Google is introducing a new community feed to Maps that the company says will help keep you informed of all the latest developments in