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Google lead the way in April Fool’s day this year, but they weren’t the only ones to come up with clever jokes. Check out our list of the funniest pranks.
There were a few cool announcements this week. Two new Plants vs. Zombies games, more PlayStation 4 controller details, new Plants vs Zombies, and more.
In a classy turn of events, Sprint has released an Android Jelly Bean update for the SPH-D710. Don’t expect to see it over the air though.
On the heels of Microsoft updating its Windows 8 built-in Mail, Calendar, and People apps two days ago, Windows 8 and RT users now get a major update for Xbox Music from the Windows Store.
Today Microsoft is rolling out updates for some Windows 8/RT built-in apps. While the updates are incremental, the Mail app improvements are most notable.
Capcom is in the news for a Left 4 Dead 2 x Resident Evil 6 crossover, and the return of a classic NES game. Electronic Arts (EA) has cleared things up with SimCity.
Samsung has unveiled the latest smartphone in its Galaxy line, and it’s unique in terms of specs and features, even if the design is similar. Here’s what the new Samsung Galaxy S4 offers.
Google announced that it will be closing down a bunch of services, one of which is Google Reader which is arguably the most popular. Use Google Takeout to export your feed data and save it until you find an alternative.
The official Twitter app for Windows 8 and Windows RT is now available in the Microsoft Store. This is a long awaited official app for the new OS, and it offers several groovy features.
When Windows 8 and Windows RT first launched, Flash in IE 10 only worked on selected sites whitelisted by Microsoft. Via an update today, Flash content will work by default on most sites.
It’s been a rough week for the game industry. It’s one with layoffs, a studio closure, and an industry veteran leaving a company he’d been with for years and a botched launch.
Facebook announced its new look of News Feeds which will start rolling out to users over the next few weeks. If you want to get it sooner than later, here’s how to join the waiting list.
Mobile World Congress 2013 was just as huge as it always is, and it was full of interesting products. I was there last week and here’s a list of what I found the most promising and interesting.