News tagged ‘mobile’
Friday, 12 Apr 2013
Professional network LinkedIn has confirmed its acquisition of 3-year-old news reading app, Pulse Newsreader, for about US$90 Million. 90% of deal was settled with LinkedIn stock, while 10% was in cash.
Thursday, 11 Apr 2013
Not that you'd need another reason to get a Samsung Galaxy S4, but a recent tear down of the smartphone revealed that the S4 is much easier to repair than most handsets out in the market now, including the Galaxy S3.
Friday, 22 Mar 2013
Jony Ive, who has recently taken over Apple's Human Interface team, is said to be pushing for a simpler, "flat design" for the upcoming iOS.
Friday, 1 Feb 2013
New keyboard app Fleksy claims to have an autocorrect system that's so accurate that even blind users can type fast and accurately. Extreme mobile typists can even type without the keyboard being visible for maximum convenience.
Thursday, 10 Jan 2013
Corning's Gorilla Glass is now tougher against scratches and impact. Just how much tougher can it get? Catch the product demonstration brought to you from Corning's booth at the CES 2013.
Friday, 4 Jan 2013
Facebook augmented their mobile Messenger app recently with voice messaging features. The app is now available for both iOS and Android devices.
Thursday, 8 Nov 2012
Yahoo will be focusing more on mobile services, according to an internal memo written by Yahoo's CEO, Marissa Mayer. Also, she mentioned that Adam Cahan, a former National Geographic photographer, has been promoted and will be taking charge of Flickr.
Monday, 5 Nov 2012
Time Magazine has given five photographers direct access to its Instagram feed recently in a bid to bring Hurricane Sandy coverage to their readers as quickly as possible.
Friday, 28 Sep 2012
Instagram has surpassed Twitter in the number of daily mobile users. Instagram now boasts of 7.3 million daily mobile users, while Twitter has about 6.9 million. Additionally, the average amount of time a typical user spends on Instagram is about 257 minutes, compared to 169.9 minutes for Twitter.
Thursday, 26 Apr 2012
On the surface, Google's Google Drive is simply just another cloud storage service introduced by one of the biggest tech companies on the planet. However when you go just a little bit deeper in Chrome OS's direction, you will start to see just how much sense it makes.