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Wednesday, 19 Jun 2013
Adobe dropped a major surprise in May when it announced that the next generation of its Creative Suite software will be available only on a subscription basis. That update, which re-brands all of Creative Suite (CS) to Creative Cloud (CC), is now live and available in Singapore.
Facebook will be holding a product event on 20 June, and might reveal a new feature for Instagram. According to sources familiar with the event, Instagram might be adding video into its feature set.
Shoot, share, badged, and play. That's how Molome - a photo-sharing app from Thailand - describes itself. Find out what it's doing here at CommunicAsia 2013.
Tuesday, 18 Jun 2013
Offering Mobiroo Apps On-Demand, the Android app subscription service for top, paid apps and games, you can use Mobiroo on up to three Android devices.
Singapore's population data is now on OneMap through the new Population Query service. This is a collaboration between the Department of Statistics and the Singapore Land Authority to enable users to visualize demographic data on a map.
Monday, 17 Jun 2013
CPUID has just released CPU-Z for Android devices on Google Play, allowing users to see detailed information about their phones' and tablets' processors, memory and more.
Microsoft is reportedly paying up to US$100,000 to Windows Phone 8 application developers. By offering such lucrative cash incentives, the Redmond software giant hopes to bolster the offerings on its Windows store, so that people would be convinced to purchase a Windows Phone 8 device.
Friday, 14 Jun 2013
Microsoft has released Office Mobile for the iPhone. Compatible with iPhone 4, 4S, and 5, as well as iPod Touch 5th gen, the Microsoft Office Mobile allows you to access, view, and edit your Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents from anywhere.
Nokia is pulling the plug on Symbian, which was once the most popular smartphone platform until it was subdued by Android, towards the end of 2010.
Wednesday, 12 Jun 2013
Google has just announced the acquisition of Waze, a social mapping and navigation app that features real-time traffic data provided by its users. While Google did not disclose the purchase price, the New York Times reports that the deal is in the region of US$1 billion.