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Magisto debuts automatic video editing service

09/20/2011, When you come across YouTube videos, we’re sure that there are some amateur made ones that look incredibly professional, and you probably wonder how on earth did they do that? So you whip out Windows Movie Maker or iMovie in an attempt to recreate...

TrustYou To Offer Sentiment Analysis To Hospitality Industry

09/19/2011, TrustYou, a European leader in social media monitoring for the online reviews and social commerce space, has acquired Dallas-based competitor ReviewAnalyst to enter the US market. The company has also closed  $5 million Series A round of funding....

Call of Duty Elite PlayStation 3 beta launched

09/19/2011, When Call of Duty Elite was first announced back in May, people were pretty upset over the idea of it, with fans of the game disliking Activision’s decision to make gamers pay for premium content on the social-networking service. Well nothing much...

Ovi logo removed from Ovi Store website

09/16/2011, Back in May, Nokia announced that it will be getting rid of the Ovi brand – and it looks like the change has started. If you visit the Ovi Store now, you’ll realize that the Ovi logo is now gone and has been replaced by Nokia’s logo instead....

Carbyn is a HTML5 based operating system

09/16/2011, Can’t decide which mobile operating system you prefer? If you like the iPhone 4’s specs or the Samsung Galaxy S2’s display but not a fan of either platform, Carbyn might have the answer for you in the form of a HTML5 based operating system (or...

Skype 5.4 Beta for OS X features Facebook integration

09/15/2011, Skype introduced Facebook integration in its IM/VoIP client not too long ago, but it was only available for Windows users, which meant that Mac users didn’t get the chance to use Facebook from within Skype itself. Starting today though, that has all...

TriPlay launches MyMusicCloud cloud service

09/15/2011, There are a couple of music cloud services available or soon-to-be available. As far as the big names are concerned, you have Google Music and the soon-to-be launched iTunes Match by Apple. With the never-ending Android versus iOS debate going on, if you...

Twitter is now available in five new languages

09/15/2011, Good news for folks who don’t use English as a main language – Twitter has announced on its blog that it now supports an additional five new languages, bringing up the total number of supported languages to 17. Twitter is now available in...

Google improves accessibility for Docs, Sites and Calendar

09/14/2011, Google has just announced in its blog that it has enhanced some of its online services to become more accessible to members of the blind community. Google Docs, Google Sites, and Google Calendar now have improved support for screen readers (JAWS,...

Google +Snippets now works with Google Maps

09/14/2011, Google’s recently launched +Snippets service gives users the ability to quickly and easily share content found on the internet with their friends on Google+. Starting today, Google has increased the functionality of +Snippets by making it available...

VIPodium: Augmented Reality Fitting Room

09/14/2011, [DEMO Fall 2011] There have been quite a number of augmented reality-based virtual fitting room applications lately, and I have covered a couple of them at DEMO in the past. VIPodium relies on Kinnect or related technology ASUS WAVI Xtion to enable an AR...

“IF i DIE” malware app is bad for your computer (updated)

09/14/2011, If you’ve heard of the video message service “IF i DIE” that’s been getting quite popular on Facebook recently, you would know that it’s an app that lets you record a video message that will be played for your loved ones...

RingShuffle: Say goodbye to stalkers

09/14/2011, How many times have you given out your number only to wish that you haven’t? It could be to a sales person at the mall, a guy/girl you’ve met at the bar while drunk, or a friend’s friend who later turned out to be weird. It could be any of those...