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Path Could Be Thinking Of Selling Itself To KakaoTalk

04/22/2015, Path, for those unfamiliar, is a social networking app that allows users to share photos and send messages to close friends and families, but given the stiff competition from the likes of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, and more, it is not...

WhatsApp Voice Calling For iOS Activated At Last

04/21/2015, It goes without saying that many of WhatsApp’s 800 million active monthly users access the messaging service using an iPhone. Over the past couple of months WhatsApp has gradually been rolling out its voice calling feature. First it was made...

PowerPoint Presentations Can Now Be Controlled Via The Apple Watch

04/21/2015, Rocking an Apple Watch to your next meeting? You can put it to actual use aside from making people who haven’t been able to get their orders in jealous. Microsoft has updated the PowerPoint app for iOS and it now has support for Apple’s first...

Clear App Wants To Scrub Your Social Media Of Inappropriate Content

04/21/2015, We’ve all made a post or comment or two in the past that might be embarrassing if we were to look back at it today, especially if it was made a few years ago when we were younger and more brash. Now those posts could potentially land us in hot water...

Over 1,500 iOS Apps Are Susceptible To Man-In-The-Middle Attacks

04/20/2015, It is largely thought that iOS devices are secure, but we suppose apps and services that run on the platform are only as secure as the developers make them to be. Recently it has been discovered that over 1,500 iOS apps contain a HTTPS-crippling...

Samsung S Health App Released On Google Play

04/20/2015, The S Health app from Samsung that was previously available only through the Galaxy Apps Store has now been released on Google. It will enable users to easily update the application when the need arises. Still, the app will only work with compatible...

Heal Wants To Be The Uber For Doctors Making House Calls

04/20/2015, If you’re sick, chances are you might drop by the clinic or in more severe cases, the hospital. However wouldn’t it be better and easier if you could get a doctor to swing by your house or your location? Granted home visits aren’t anything new, but...

Instagram To Release An App For The Apple Watch

04/19/2015, If you’re a fan of Instagram and use its app and services religiously on your iPhone, then you might be pleased to learn that the app will be making its way onto the Apple Watch. This was confirmed by Instagram in a report by the Financial Times...

Amazon TestDrive Bites The Dust

04/19/2015, Amazon has decided to sunset the TestDrive service which allowed people to try Android apps before they decided to buy them. Since the feature was launched back in 2011 more than 16,000 apps have allowed people to try before they buy but as more and more...

WhatsApp Grows To 800 Million Active Monthly Users

04/19/2015,   It goes without saying that WhatsApp is one of the most popular cross-platform messaging platforms in the world. Hundreds of millions of people use it every single day to send billions of messages. There have been many other contenders but no one...

Cyanogen’s New Partnerships Raise Privacy Concerns

04/17/2015, In a bid to take Android away from Google, Cyanogen has partnered up with other companies to replace some of the default apps and services found in Android, such as replacing the default email client on Android to that of Boxer. Now for those who agree...

Touch-Friendly Office For Windows 10 Phones Promised For This Month

04/17/2015, It’s an interesting choice that Microsoft has made when they launched touch-friendly/optimized versions of their Office productivity suite for iOS and Android devices before releasing it for their own mobile devices, but for iOS and Android users, we...