Apple has put the kibosh on a social media application through iTunes which school officials claim was a tool for cyberbullying.
Kristen Bell and Straight No Chaser sing a Christmas song for modern day communicators.
‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ made more than $94 million during its opening weekend, and the movie soundtrack is now available on iTunes.
A Baker College student has applied his studies to create a popular game on Apple’s iTunes app store.
On the heels of the recent U.S. Education Department’s report showing a continued erosion in vocabulary skills, a father-daughter team from Michigan is launching a video app for smart phones called Vocab Tunes, a 143-page manual in hardcover and e-book and a DVD called Vocab Tunes Root Words.
The same content found monthly in Hour Detroit magazine is now accessible digitally with the purchase of a monthly e-edition and application for smartphones and e-readers, available on iTunes. Subscribers will be able to purchase both back issues and future issues with the app.
Meritor Inc. announced that Meritor Mobile, a sales and service information tool, is now available for free download through the Apple App store and iTunes.
I got a receipt sent to me Wednesday morning. $140 charged to my credit card from I Tunes. What? I didn’t buy anything. What was I being charged $140 for? I read the receipt and discovered that I had purchased “Brains” for “Zombie Farm.” What???