The new Firefox OS from Mozilla has a pretty much similar market like Google Android Play Store, and it’s called Firefox OS Marketplace. The new Firefox marketplace has currently just got over 1000 apps and each day, it’s increasing in surprisingly numbers.
Nov 23 2013, 2:59pm CST
Source: Market Place
Maybe it's because summer is almost here, or maybe it's because the Amazon Fire phone did not blow anyone's mind this week, but Yo has officially blown up. The App, which through the right lens could almost be considered tech industry self-parody, works like this: You and your friends sign up, and then with a click of the button trade one singular message. "Yo." And that ...
Full article at: Market Place
Jun 20 2014, 12:57pm CDT
Source: Digital Trends
While TweetDeck was scrambling to restore service, hackers were doing their best imitation of a 10-year old boy, sending absurd messages. The hack affected many users, including the New York Times.The post TweetDeck hijacked by pranksters, users receive absurd messages appeared first on Dig ...
Full article at: Digital Trends
Jun 13 2014, 1:16pm CDT
Twitter announced the new retirement date of API v1. It is the very first version of Twitter's API. Its retirement date is now changed from May 7 to June 11. Twitter has to do some additional API blackout tests during this extended period.
May 4 2013, 1:31am CDT
Source: The Huffington Post: UK Edition
Samsung has launched a new range of tablets with (what it claims are) the "world's greatest screens".
Aimed directly at Apple's iPad Air and Retina Mini, the 'Tab S' comes in two sizes, and is designed to be deliberately reminiscent of the Galaxy S5 smartphone.
The Tab S is also Samsung's thinnest and lightest tablets to date, and come with a brand new football news app ('Kick') designed to put ...
Full article at: The Huffington Post: UK Edition
Jun 12 2014, 7:00pm CDT
Twitter shut down the application's access to tweets for about an hour Wednesday while fix ...
Full article at: NDTV
Jun 11 2014, 10:37pm CDT
Source: Business Insider
A major bug in Google's Gmail service was recently patched, but until now, all it took to find potentially every Gmail address in the world was a few keystrokes, Wired reports. Tel Aviv-based security researcher Oren Hafif discovered the bug and helped Google fix the problem. Before he did that, he experimented, setting up a program that uncovered 37,000 Gmail addresses in about 2 hours, he told Wire ...
Full article at: Business Insider
Jun 11 2014, 7:45pm CDT
The widely used Twitter client was temporarily shut down due to a securi ...
Full article at: eWeek
Jun 11 2014, 2:44pm CDT
The date has been set for ending TweetDeck. It is 7th May and it will become invisible on both the Android front as well as the iPhone platform.
Apr 20 2013, 6:00am CDT