Thursday, 2 Apr 2015
The Android version of WhatsApp has enabled a free voice call feature. This puts the popular mobile messaging app against competing services like Skype, Viber and WeChat.
Wednesday, 1 Apr 2015
Facebook is making it easier for parents to organize and share pictures of their kids with its new Scrapbook feature, which will let parents sort through all of the pictures of their children and tag them, automatically placing any tagged photos into one easy to view album.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2015
Adobe’s newly released Adobe Comp CC is an app for the iPad that lets you quickly create layout concepts for web, print and mobile on the go. And it’s free! More details within.
Build 10049 of the Windows 10 Technical Preview is the first build to include Project Spartan, the new default browser in Windows 10.
Friday, 27 Mar 2015
Facebook has introduced its new Messenger as a platform that will integrate third-party content and apps from developers. The new Messenger Platform will provide a richer chatting experience for Messenger users, and will also provide a streamlined and intuitive channel for businesses and customers to communicate.
Twitter has a new app that lets you live stream video broadcasts from your phone. It's called Periscope and it lets anyone easily broadcast whatever they're doing, whether it’s breaking news or making breakfast, taking the feed straight from your smartphone's camera.
Wednesday, 25 Mar 2015
After a 2-month pause, there's now a new build for Windows 10 Technical Preview. More details after the jump.
Microsoft has just shared its latest browser strategy for Windows 10. No, it has nothing to do with killing Internet Explorer, though it's clear IE is no longer in Microsoft's good books.
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2015
Microsoft has just released tools for developers to write universal apps for Windows 10, which is set to arrive this summer.
Samsung has announced that it will be pre-installing Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, OneDrive, and Skype on select Samsung Android tablets this year. And it isn't the only Android OEM to do that.