Posts tagged with "ios"
Camera+ 3: The Best iOS Camera App Just Got Better – And You Can Now Use it in Other Apps, Too
Mar 13, 2012
Camera+ is probably the most popular iOS camera app around. Today, taptaptap, the developers of Camera+, launched the latest version of their app ($0.99)...
6 Million Downloads Later, Microsoft Photosynth Goes Global
Mar 12, 2012
Photosynth is, without doubt, one of Microsoft's more impressive mobile apps. The app lets you snap panorama pictures with your iPhone and then upload...
In a World of Check-Ins and Social Discovery Apps, EchoEcho Keeps it Simple (and Useful)
Mar 10, 2012
Just like last year, this year's edition of SXSW is once again heavily focused on location-based application. While the genre is slowly moving away...
Those Pretty Maps in Apple’s New iPhoto for iOS? That’s OpenStreetMap
Mar 8, 2012
After Apple launched its new photo for iOS yesterday, a number of eagle-eyed users quickly noticed that the company stopped using Google Maps in...
PocketCloud: Wyse Wants to Become the Hub of Your Personal Cloud
Feb 28, 2012
Wyse, a company that is better known for offering remote desktop solutions to enterprise companies than for its consumer offerings, is now bringing PocketCloud...
Opera Launches Opera Mobile 12 Browser for Android and Symbian, Opera Mini 7 For iOS
Feb 27, 2012
Opera just announced the next version of its mobile browser for Android and Symbian, as well as a developer version of its more stripped-down Opera...
Hands-On With Apple’s Mountain Lion: Don’t Like Change? You’ll Love this Update
Feb 20, 2012
While Microsoft is working on its most significant operating system update in recent memory, Apple just released the first developer preview of Mountain Lion,...
Address Book-Gate: U.S. Congress Members Ask Apple About its Role
Feb 15, 2012
Two members of the U.S. Congress, Energy and Commerce Committee Ranking Member Henry A. Waxman and Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade Subcommittee Ranking Member G. K....
No More Buttons: Clear Demonstrates the Power of a Purely Gesture-Based Interface
Feb 14, 2012
At Goldman Sach's technology and Internet conference today, Apple's CEO Tim Cook gave a rare live interview that provided a sweeping overview of the...
Tweetbot 2.0: The Best iPhone Twitter Client Just Got Even Better
Feb 8, 2012
As Twitter has decided to focus on simplicity, its iPhone app is now a shadow of its former self for more advanced users (and...
Hands-On With OnLive’s Windows 7 iPad App: Nice Tech Demo, Not That Useful Yet
Jan 12, 2012
Earlier this week, we reported that OnLive was about to launch an iPad app that lets you stream a remote, OnLive-hosted Windows 7 desktop...
Kindle for iPad Gets Updated Digital Magazine Experience, Support for Print Replica Textbooks
Dec 21, 2011
Amazon today launched a major update to its iOS Kindle apps. While the iPhone and iPod touch apps gets some interesting new features, though,...
Microsoft Brings Its SkyDrive Cloud Storage Service to the iPhone
Dec 13, 2011
For quite a while now, SkyDrive, Microsoft's cloud storage service, has sat quietly at the center of the company's Windows Live online services and...
Flipboard’s CEO Mike McCue: We’re Now on 10% of All iPads, No Android Version in the Works Yet
Dec 7, 2011
During a conversation with Loic Le Meur at the annual LeWeb conference in Paris today, Flipboard's highly energetic founder and CEO Mike McCue talked...
It’s Time for Apple to Allow Real Browser Competition on iOS
Nov 22, 2011
Yesterday, Google launched its redesigned search app for the iPad. It features a smart, innovative design and could, with just a few extra features...
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HoloLens is the most exciting project to come out of Microsoft in years
Jan 21, 2015
I'm a jaded tech blogger, but Microsoft's HoloLens project is without doubt the most exciting project to come out of Redmond in years. After years of talk about augmented reality, this may be the first project that actually lives up to the hype.
The new Yandex browser sure looks interesting
Nov 28, 2014
Google Now For iOS Keeps Getting Smarter
May 13, 2014
Google Spell Up Chrome Experiment
May 13, 2014
Google Releases Version 1 of its Go Programming Language
Mar 28, 2012
Google Moves Its Hangouts API Out Of Preview
Mar 28, 2012
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