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Amazon Offering Free Apps Worth $90

08/13/2015, Amazon has made it a habit to regularly offer some of the most popular apps and games for Android free through its own Appstore, it’s a novel way for the company to bring more users into its own Appstore for Android devices. The company is now...

Start10 Brings The Windows 7 Start Menu Back To Windows 10

08/13/2015, Windows 7 was pretty much the last time we saw the Start Menu. Microsoft had initially tried to do away with it in Windows 8 but it did not sit so well. They later tried to introduce a variant of it but unfortunately that did not work out so great either,...

Fallout Shelter Now Available On Android

08/13/2015, Gamers might recall that last month, Bethesda promised that they would finally release Fallout Shelter for Android devices on the 13th of August. If you’re an Android gamer who has been eagerly anticipating the release, the wait is finally over as...

NASA Wants The Public To Design A Smartwatch App For Astronauts

08/13/2015, Back on Earth, our smartwatches collect biometrics about ourselves, like our heart rate, how far we’ve run, how many steps we’ve taken, calories burned, and so on. It can even display notifications from our smartphone and alert us about upcoming...

Apple Reportedly Looking To Make The iPad More Enterprise Friendly

08/13/2015, It’s no secret that in terms of sales, the iPad isn’t doing so well. While it is still the leading tablet amongst consumers, the fact that consumers refresh their tablets less frequently than smartphones no doubt has had a huge impact on sales. So...

Google For iOS Updated With Always-On “OK Google” Command

08/12/2015, If you have an Android phone with the latest Android OS installed on it, you can say “OK Google” in any app and it will launch Google Now. It’s a very nifty feature versus other systems such as Siri where you’d have to press and hold the home...

Game Developer Trolls Pirates With Unbeatable Boss

08/12/2015, Piracy is a huge problem for developers because it essentially means they’re not getting paid for every time a game has been pirated. Sure, there are legal ways to combat piracy, but recently we’ve started to see developers have fun with pirates by...

Twitter Removes 140 Character Limit From Direct Messages

08/12/2015, Twitter has stuck with its 140 character limit through thick and thin, it’s integral to the microblogging service so it’s safe to say that tweets aren’t going to be any longer than that at least for the foreseeable future. However...

Evernote Premium No Longer Offers Unlimited Storage

08/12/2015, Evernote revamped its Premium offering a few months back, one of its goals with the revamp was to eliminate worries about how much users could put in their account so they removed storage limits and offered unlimited storage to users who didn’t mind...

Skype For Business Makes Its Way Onto Mobile

08/12/2015, Last month Microsoft launched its Skype for Business app for Windows Phone devices, and if you’re wondering when the app will make its way onto iOS or Android, you might not have to wait much longer. Microsoft has since announced that they are launching...

Nintendo And DeNA’s First Smartphone Game Still On Track For 2015

08/11/2015, Earlier this year Nintendo announced that they would be partnering with Japanese online firm DeNA to create mobile games. This was a surprise to everyone as Nintendo had been quite resistant to the idea for the longest time ever. So far we’re still...

Facebook Reportedly Working On A Breaking News App

08/11/2015, At the moment a lot of people use Facebook to hear about the news. Sometimes there’s breaking news but unless you’re actively following a publication’s page or Twitter account, you might only see it a couple of hours later, which by then it won’t...

LastPass Goes Free On Smartphones

08/11/2015, A very well known password management app called LastPass has gone free for smartphones, users get completely free access from their smartphones and they can even sync across smartphones for free. The same is also true for tablets so this is quite a good...

End-To-End Encryption For SMS Comes To Pushbullet

08/11/2015, Pushbullet is a popular app that lets users reply to messages and notifications on their Android device using their PC, the app has been updated today and it now offers end-to-end encryption for SMS messages, notification mirroring, universal copy &...