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Twitpic Finally Launches App

Written on May 08, 2012 by Lulu

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Twitpic, Twitter's first photo sharing service, finally launches an iPhone app

Twitpic, finally steps up to competition like Instagram by launching an iPhone app. Twitpic, is the first ever photo-sharing service used in Twitter.

The free-app easily allows you to share your photos and videos to your Twitter followers. It also allows you to edit them, browse other’s content, manage your photos and videos in your own timeline.

This app probably came in too late, but if your a Twitpic fan, it is worth the wait. Download this app for free at Apple’s iTunes store.

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Skype Releases New Update for iOS

Written on May 01, 2012 by Lulu

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Skype 4.0 features new video preview option and auto-restart option in case app crashes.

Skype version 4.0 is now available. This free update is specifically for iOS users and features new updates like move own video preview option and auto-restart option in case the app crashes.

This new update also promises improved stability, minor UI improvements, bug fixes and a new sign in screen. Download this update and enjoy chatting!

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Gmail App for iOS, Now Allows Users to E-mail From Alternate Addresses

Written on March 30, 2012 by Aiken Lewis

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Google has added a new update to their Gmail mobile app for iOS . This feature allows users to send an email from alternate addresses. This new feature also lets users to confirm which address will be used when composing a reply.

This option has been available in their mobile web version for some time and now it will be available in your iPhones and iPads.

Expect to see this new option to appear in your iOS devices, over the next few days.

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Samsung Hints Android-based Digital Camera

Written on March 14, 2012 by Kristoff Jones

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Samsung is considering "an open camera operating system" and may unveil this year.

Engadget reports that the South Korean electronics giant, Samsung is considering an Android-based digital camera.

The technology blog on Wednesday reported that according to an unnamed source from the company’s research and development team, Samsung is ‘considering an open camera operating system’ which is likely to be on the Android platform.

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Mozilla Releases Firefox 9 Final Version For Windows, Mac and Linux

Written on December 20, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Firefox 9 final version includes type-inference for faster JavaScript performance, now available for download for Windows, Mac and Linux users.

After five weeks of beta testing, Mozilla has just released the final version of Firefox 9 for Windows, Mac and Linux. The release which now includes type-inference support boasts an improved JavaScript performance and comes with an expanded support for HTML5 and CSS standards.

Other significant updates include an improve theme integration, multiply displays and two-finger navigation for Mac OS X Lion users.

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Microsoft, Accepting Apps for Windows Phone 7

Written on August 24, 2011 by Lulu

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Microsoft started to taking apps submissions from third party developers for their Windows Phone 7.

Microsoft is now setting its plan to accept apps from developers of their upcoming Windows Phone 7 Mango release. The firm has let developers know through an update on its developer blog that the system for submitting their apps is now ready and running. Appropriately, a release candidate SDK download is now available so that programmers or developers can now compile their apps to adapt to the final version of Mango and test it.

Microsoft officially released Mango to manufacturers in late July, but it takes manufacturers’ time to integrate the software into phones. The first gadget, Toshiba-Fujitsu IS12T, will arrive on Thursday.

This much anticipated OS release should help bring Microsoft closer to par with their rivals with multitasking, HTML 5 support, Twitter integration, and other features that iOS and Android based devices already have. However, to be really successful, Windows Phone devices should be able to match or surpass the extensive library of apps already available for these OS environments. Ror this, Microsoft must rely on apps from third party developers.

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Microsoft, Taking Windows Phone 7 Mango Apps in Just a Month

Written on July 21, 2011 by Lulu

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Microsoft announced that they will be accepting developers' app submission for their Windows Phone 7 Mango after a month.

Microsoft announced on Wednesday that it will start accepting developer app submissions for Windows Phone 7 Mango in about a month’s time. This enables developers to submit their Mango apps to the App Hub, in order to reach Windows Phone Marketplace in time for the launch. Those developers are required to use the Windows Phone Release Candidate tools that are expected to be released before the end of August.

Before that said release, developers are encouraged to use the free Windows Phone SDK 7.1 Beta 2. Developers can also report and discuss any issues regarding the beta tools or emulator, and production phones on a dedicated forum.

The end of submission, which is the end of August, lines up with the report that Microsoft will be releasing Mango this upcoming September. Microsoft also noted WP7 developers have created 23,000 apps in eight months.

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The Importance of Software on the Internet of Things

Written on November 10, 2010 by Adam Eve

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The algorithms are more interesting now than sensors. With many research center putting more emphasis on predictive analytics, context engines and "Behavioral Ware". It's definitely much more about the software, than the sensors.

As the Internet of Things is starting to become a commercial reality, underlying technologies like RFID, sensors, QR codes, and more are becoming less significant. Bo Begole, a principal scientist and manager of Ubiquitous Computing, pointed out that algorithms are more interesting now than the sensors. Begole’s group are putting more emphasis on technologies like predictive analytics, context engines and “Behavioral Ware” nowadays.

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Skype Group Video Call Now Available for Mac

Written on November 06, 2010 by Charles Bass

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The Skype Group Video Calling is now ready for Mac users. It was announced by Skype that the video calling app is now on Mac Stores. Now, not only PC users but also Mac users can join group video calls.

Skype has now release the beta version of its very own and enhanced 5.0 app for Mac. Skype 5.0 for Mac is the replica of the PC version, but Facebook is disturbingly absent. However, Mac users can now start using this one of a Skype has now release the beta version of its very own and enhanced 5.0 app for Mac. Skype 5.0 for Mac is the replica of the PC version, but Facebook is unusually absent. However, Mac users can now start using this one of a kind version of Skype. The beta version also carries a new look within a single video window interface. Users can now find a control bar that is placed on the top of the web pages and documents, offline IM and SMS. Plus Mac address books and a floating dial pad were also integrated on the new Skype.

Group video calling has never been this good. Now, Mac users can participate with the multi-party video call with PC users. However, the all new Skype interface vaguely resembles its former look.

Watch the video after the skip to experience the new Skype.

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Top 20 Free Android Apps

Written on October 29, 2010 by GADG

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Android is takings its way to be part of an inidividual's everyday life. But no Android phone comes out without an app. Does your handset have one?

THE: Apple and other Apple applications developer had produced apps that will complete our daily needs. Some are paid but it’s not always the paid that becames worth it. Often times the Best things in life are Free. Here are the top 30 free apps for your touch pad.

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