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Nokia Maps 3D: now plugin-free

10/25/2011, Great news for fans of Nokia Maps – Nokia has just announced a bunch of new updates for its online mapping service, Nokia Maps 3D. It is now completely rendered in 3D and the best part is – you won’t need any plugins to make use of it. At the...

Apple retail stores to allow pickup of online orders

10/24/2011, One of the drawbacks to shopping at the Apple retail store is that they usually only offer stock products. Meaning that if you wanted to get an iMac or MacBook Air/Pro with custom configured specs, i.e. bigger hard drive, processor or more RAM, you’d...

Alipay to take PayPal on with cross-border transactions

10/24/2011, As far as the rest of the world is concerned, PayPal is one of the leading solutions for conducting internet transactions, whose services can be more commonly found on websites such as eBay, but now it looks like it could be facing a new competitor in the...

MyTab: Collaborative Cash Saving and Gifting for Travel

10/21/2011, myTab.co launched earlier this year and the site has been totally revamped. The new service addresses the need to save cash and to find the best fare prices more efficiently. All travel sites roughly offer the same deals and the amount of time spent...

Twitter Poster lets you create a poster out of your tweets

10/21/2011, Anyone out there a Twitter addict? Well, if you have tweeted at least 230 tweets, Firebox, an online gadget retailer, will be able to turn all those tweets into a portrait poster that comprises of all your tweet. The poster will measure 24” x 24” and...

Twitter shows similar mood patterns present worldwide

10/20/2011, Some researchers recently published the findings of a very interesting study: how the moods of people change throughout the day. According to their study of around 2.4 million users, people usually start the day full of optimism, gradually get more...

Google to roll out SSL search beta in the coming weeks

10/20/2011, Great news for folks who are paranoid about their searches on Google being monitored or intercepted by other people: Google has announced that its SSL search is going to be available for everybody. When it was introduced last month it automatically...

Facebook Messenger app now on BlackBerry devices

10/20/2011, It took awhile, but the official Facebook Messenger app that made its debut on iOS and Android devices, has finally made its way over to the BlackBerry operating system. In case you forgot, Facebook Messenger is a standalone app that was released a couple...

Dolby enables 7.1 surround sound for streaming media

10/18/2011, While we’ve had HD-quality streaming movies for some time now, the same couldn’t be said about the audio experience for folks with 7.1 surround sound systems. Well, we’ve got some good news for you. Dolby has just announced the first 7.1...

Man sings a duet with Siri

10/18/2011, Since the introduction of Siri on the iPhone 4S (yes we know it was a standalone app before, but nobody talked about it then), it has spawned a large number of internet memes and viral video clips. Well it’s time to add a new one to the list, and...

BlackBerry DevCon 2011 keynote to be streamed live

10/17/2011, Great news for folks who won’t be able to attend the BlackBerry DevCon this year. For the first time ever, RIM will be broadcasting the presentation live on the internet. The company has just put up a landing page live for the webcast at the...

Amazon to go head to head with book publishers

10/17/2011, As if replacing bookstores (and a whole lot of other retail outlets) wasn’t enough, it looks like Amazon has set its sights to conquer something new: the book publishing industry. It has been reported that Amazon has set up a publishing program that...

Amazon Silk Web Browser raises privacy concerns

10/14/2011, We’ve previously mentioned that Amazon’s Silk Web Browser isn’t exactly new technology – Opera has been doing it for years now. While the latter company has gone about its business without raising any concerns, it looks like Amazon...

Nimbuzz lets you make iPhone to PC calls

10/13/2011, FaceTime was introduced for the iPhone 4 last year as a way for iPhones to make free video calls to each other over WiFi. Since then it has expanded to other iOS devices such as the iPad and iPod Touch, as well as Mac OS X desktops and laptops, but not on...