Google is rolling out a new version of its Chrome Beta for Android, adding the built-in translation bar first introduced via the desktop of the browser.
Verizon Wireless is extending its Verizon Cloud secure storage application from Google's Android to Apple's iOS, concurrently announcing support for additional Android devices including the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC Droid DNA.
Amazon's Appstore for Android is now open for business in close to 200 additional nations across the globe, an expansion timed to coincide with the worldwide rollout of the digital commerce giant's Android-powered Kindle Fire HD tablet.
Facebook said it is retooling its much-maligned Home launcher for Google's Android, promising significant improvements directly inspired by consumer feedback.
Weeks after Apple ousted AppGratis from its App Store for iOS, the mobile application discovery and deals service has resurfaced on Android, launching a free application available for download from the Google Play digital storefront.
Square is launching its mobile payment processing network in Japan, its first expansion outside of the North American market. Square took its first international steps in fall 2012, rolling out services in Canada.
Nokia cannot afford to lose its nerve now despite calls for a Plan B from some irate shareholders. It needs to keep its focus and not undermine its best efforts.
Pandora is extending its partnership with Facebook with the launch of its new Timeline App, which allows registered users to publish their music listening activity to their Facebook Timeline.
Close to a year after Apple removed the Clueful privacy tracking application from its App Store, developer Bitdefender has relaunched the service via Google's Android platform.
Yahoo unveiled an overhauled version of its Flickr photo-sharing application for Google's Android mobile operating system, offering all users a free terabyte of storage.