Link Bubble is a brand new Android app, and does something we think you'll like. When you open a link that redirects, Link Bubble will open it in the background while you continue working or browsing. It’s a multitasking marvel, and has some incredible social integration as well
Global Delight today announces Camera Plus 3.5, an update to their amazing yet simple-to-use camera app for the iPhone. Designed to effortlessly snap great-looking photos and videos, Camera Plus version 3.5 introduces 'AirSnap,' an exciting new feature that enables remote captures between two Apple iOS devices. Also, Camera Plus is now universal across iOS devices with support for the iPad and runs natively on 10 international languages.
Excited for the new HTC One?
Pushbullet , the cross platform notification powerhouse, just got a lot better.
The topic of wearables seems to be gaining more and more traction lately. While it is known and understood within the tech community, a recent Connected Life Report from Nielsen shows that it is fairly well known outside the tech community. Of those surveyed, 70 percent report knowing what wearables are
The BlackBerry World is a bit of a strange place right now. We're seeing weird prototype phones turn up , long since scrapped media streamers and now, new images that show what looks to be a 1:1 5-inch display for an unreleased device have appeared.
Qik, the video messaging service, is shutting down . The long-standing service is ushering users over to Skype in their stead
Pebble attracted quite a bit of attention when they launched on Kickstarter. That Kickstarter campaign launched in April 2012, and while they were only looking for $100,000 in funding, they ended up breaking records when the campaign closed a month later at $10,266,845. While Pebble seems to have remained the darling in the smartwatch space since, that came into question a bit when Google announced Android Wear earlier this week.
The MacBook Air and MacBook Pro are both great devices to get work done while you're on the road, but in order to get anything done online you only have one choice: Wi-Fi. Why doesn't Apple offer 4G LTE as an option on those devices, too