06/20/2013, We’re at Facebook HQ in Menlo Park where Video on Instagram was just announced. The name is pretty self-explanatory, but here are the details that make this news interesting: Instagram for video allows users to snap short clips and combine them into...
06/20/2013, Facebook is said to be unveiling a Vine competitor today. It is said to be a part of Instagram, which has been acquired by Facebook.
06/20/2013, The New York Times announced today that mobile users will now be restricted to 3 free articles per day starting from June 27th. Those who want to read more than that would have to subscribe.
06/20/2013, Last week Yahoo announced that it would be resetting user IDs that have been inactive for 12 months. Some people have voiced concerns that hackers might misuse these recycled user IDs, that it could lead to online identity theft. Yahoo's Dylan Casey has...
06/19/2013, Microsoft has announced that Office Web Apps will be getting real time editing functionality in the coming months. A video demonstration has been posted online.
06/19/2013, Facebook today rolled out an entirely new feature. Called photo comments, this feature allows users add photos to comments.
06/19/2013, RockMelt, a content aggregation and discovery service is launching its Android app which aims at delivering a user experience that is tailor-made for Android devices which often feature large displays (check our Galaxy Mega 6.3 Review to see what...
06/19/2013, Facebook's video ads is reportedly being delayed until later this fall.
06/18/2013, Google has announced that starting today, local search results will display an interactive carousel at the top of the page. Users will be shown this carousel when they search for local places, such as restaurants, bars etc.
06/18/2013, Amazon is rolling out its Birthday Gift service which lets you send an Amazon gift card to your Facebook friends.
06/18/2013, OpenAirplane allows pilots to rent airplanes online with no hassle.
06/17/2013, Ever since the PRISM scandal (a government program deemed legal that collects digital information for security purposes) exploded in the media, public-facing companies like Facebook, Apple, Google and Microsoft have been on the defensive in terms of...
06/17/2013, Microsoft has announced that it will stop supporting Outlook.com linked accounts in the next couple of months. Linked accounts were introduced back in 2006, they offered an easy way of switching between multiple e-mail addresses from Outlook.com.
06/17/2013, Digg Reader version 1 will be launching next week, with everyone getting access to it by June 26th. Digg has revealed various features that this free Google Reader alternative will bring.