Thursday, 3 Jan 2013
According to rumors, Apple is said to be interested in acquiring Waze and that negotiations are now in the advanced stages.
Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012
Microsoft has announced several changes to its Expression family of products in a move to consolidate its design and development tools offerings.
Monday, 24 Dec 2012
According to the official Office 2013 blog, Microsoft has decided to remove some features and components from Outlook 2013. This is especially of concern to users of Outlook 2007 or 2010, looking to upgrade to the new Outlook. Read on to find out the extent of the deprecation efforts by the company.
Looking for some apps to download this holiday season from the Windows Store? For those on the U.S. Windows Store, Microsoft has listed six apps that are on offer from now till January 31, 2013.
Friday, 21 Dec 2012
CloudOn is launching version 3.0 on the iPhone, which is also optimized to support iPad Mini and Nexus 7 tablets. The company also announces integration to Microsoft SkyDrive, expanding its current storage offering of DropBox, Box and Google Drive.
Instagram's co-founder, Kevin Systrom, has just done a 360-degree turnabout, stating that they will be reverting "this advertising section to the original version that has been in effect since we launched the service in October 2010" after massive outcry over the recent changes.
Wednesday, 19 Dec 2012
SMART Technologies has released a new SMART Board software development kit (SDK) that allows developers to build web applications that sense user actions on a SMART Board interactive display.
Friday, 14 Dec 2012
Somewhat likened to "the Instagram for video capturing", Viddy, now available on Android, allows users to apply 10 different filters as well as add songs to their 15-sec recorded clips before sharing them with other Viddy users as well as on different social networks.
Thursday, 13 Dec 2012
Google Maps finally makes a return on iOS devices today. At the moment, the new app is optimized for iPhone 5, but not yet for the iPad.
Google is shelving plans for dedicated apps like Gmail and Drive for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 due to the limited scale of users on Microsoft's platforms. The search giant, however, might change its mind if the situation improves.