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Streaming On Periscope Without Twitter Account Now Possible

05/12/2015, Live streaming apps Meerkat and Periscope have gained a lot of popularity over the past few months which is why these apps are constantly being updated with new features and improvements to ensure that users don’t jump ship, or that they don’t...

Hackers Steal Money From Starbucks Mobile Customers

05/11/2015, While linking credit cards to apps and services does seem like a good idea as it helps make things more efficient, especially since you don’t have to keep entering your credit card details, it can also prove to be rather dangerous. According to a recent...

Swype Keyboard Updated To Be More Efficient

05/11/2015, There are some users who swear by the Swype keyboard, claiming that it helps them type faster than a regular keyboard, although admittedly there is a bit of a learning curve to it. Now if you’re an avid Swype user, you might be interested to learn that...

Worker Fired For Disabling GPS App That Tracked Her Whereabouts

05/11/2015, Just because you work for a company does not necessarily mean that you have to sign your entire life over. Being professional during working hours is a given, but when you clock off, does your employer have the right to continue to monitor your...

Pre-Registration For Apps And Games Goes Live On Google Play Store

05/10/2015, Whenever a hot new product arrives on the market people line up for hours to get their hands on it, what if you were waiting for a new app and games and would want to get in line so that you could instantly get it as soon as it went live? You can now...

Facebook Testing In-App Search Engine

05/10/2015, Trying to share links across different apps on a mobile device can be a painstaking process that involves switching between multiple applications, copying and pasting links. In order to boost the number of people that share links on Facebook the social...

Nike Teases Future Collaboration With Apple

05/08/2015, Apple and Nike have a long partnership dating back to the Nike+ shoe sensor which could be slipped into specially designed Nike shoes to help log data on your run. In fact the Nike FuelBand wearable was also an exclusive for iOS devices, but now that Nike...

Fruit Ninja Now Wants To Teach Kids Math

05/08/2015, By now we’re sure pretty much most mobile users are familiar with Fruit Ninja. For those who aren’t, the title is a rather iconic one as it was one of the games released early into the iPhone’s launch that truly showed how gaming on touchscreen...

SEGA To Remove Some Of Their Older Games From App Stores

05/08/2015, If you’re a fan of SEGA’s mobile games and have been buying and downloading their titles from various mobile app stores and onto your mobile device, you might want to hold onto them. According to a recent blog post by the company, they have...

Getty Wants To Pay Instagrammers To Take Photos

05/08/2015, Many of us use Instagram to document our lives, whether it be our day at the gym, our trips overseas, or our daily meals, Instagram is there to document it all for us. However Instagram can also be used in other ways, such as by brands to reach out to...

Flickr Updates Mobile Apps With New Features

05/07/2015, Flickr today announced version 4.0 of its iOS and Android apps, the refreshed applications now feature Flickr’s unified design so users get the same experience all of their different devices when they use this service to share and store their...

German Automakers Might Buy Nokia’s HERE Maps

05/07/2015, Maps and navigation software while useful on our phones, are just as useful when embedded into a car’s infotainment unit. This is why it does not come as a complete surprise to learn that German automakers such as BMW, Audi, and Mercedes-Benz are said...

Hostage Sends SOS Message Via Pizza Hut App

05/06/2015, If you’ve ever placed an order for food delivery via an app, you will realize that there’s usually a section in the app that allows users to add comments. These comments could basically range from warning the delivery person of an aggressive dog, or...

Google Could Allow Android Devs To Experiment With Prices

05/05/2015, Mobile games are priced all over the spectrum, with some adopting the free-to-play model, while others charging as much as $10. However the question is, what’s a fair price to charge for a game, or an app if we’re speaking in general? Naturally a lot...