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A small yet welcome new app on the App Store from Google, this week, as the company officially launches its “Helpouts” service on iPhone.

In yet more evidence that the company is planning to reinvent the way we watch television, a new FCC filing (highlighted by 9to5Mac) between both Comcast and Time Warner over the firms’ planned merger, appears to also give mention to Apple’s development plans for an ‘Apple Set-Top Box.’

Updated at the end of February, with extended “route planning” features that now allow users to choose multiple preferred modes of transport while planning out their next journey, you may not be all that surprised to learn that this is not the reason behind why Google Maps is now ranked …

Making its debut on the Google Play Store, this week, Rolo is a new adventure game by Lee Comstock’s independent studio, Volcanic Penguin, that sees players assume the role of a blue-ball raccoon that is destined for greatness.

An interesting report from Billboard, this weekend. Citing “sources” that are supposedly familiar with the talks, the music magazine claims that Apple could be in the throws of developing a standalone app that would give full access to its iTunes Music Store, to those who own Android devices.

Released at the beginning of this month, Spotlinks is a new effort to make the sharing of all our social profiles with friends, colleagues or those simply interested in finding out more about you, simpler.

Google has slashed its plans for its Drive storage service, this week, seeing both new and existing users of the service now able to get themselves a cool 100 gigabytes of online storage for their documents, videos, photos (and more), for just $1.99/month.

The wearables space is about to heat-up some more, as Santa Clara-based technology giant Google prepares to enter the foray.