01/12/2012, Anybody attending the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah next week? If you are, be sure to pick up the official Sundance Film Festival app for your smartphone – it’s going to be a lot of help. Bing is back as the official Sundance search engine again with a whole bunch of features to make your experience a lot better. You’ll get information about events, maps to locations, film […]
01/12/2012, If you use a music service on Facebook to listen to your music i.e. Spotify, we’ve got some good news for you – you can now share what you’re listening to with all your friends thanks to Facebook’s new “Listen With” feature. Facebook users can now listen to the same song, at the exact same time, so they can share sentiments when it comes to their favorite part of the […]
01/12/2012, Despite all the countless reports of MySpace kicking the bucket, it looks like the social network of the early 2000s is still around and judging by reports online – it’s far from dying either. According to a recent report released by comScore, MySpace still pulls in more unique visitors in the US than networks like Tumblr and Google+! People also seem to spend more time on MySpace than Google+, which […]
01/11/2012, It’s the start of the new year so some of you might be starting a new semester in a new school somewhere in the world. And just like every location you visit for the first time, you’re probably unfamiliar with where everything is. But thanks to Google, you may never have to get lost again – provided the school you’re attending has decided to partner up with Google. Google has […]
01/10/2012, Google certainly is pushing its Google+ social network a lot these days, mostly through the use of its own search engine. Previously it was the ability to see in your search results +1′s from people in your contact list or circles, and now Google has introduced three more features to bring even more Google+ integration to its search.
01/10/2012, [CES 2012] Today at the Microsoft CES Keynote it was announced that the popular mobile game, Cut the Rope is now available to play on your web browser. All you have to do is access the Cut the Rope website with an HTML5 web browser – they recommended Internet Explorer 9, I tried it with Google Chrome which worked fine. I played through the first 9 levels available and I […]
01/09/2012, [CES 2012] Opera has announced the launch of its Opera TV Store for OEMs, developers and content providers. While it may not mean much to us consumers for now (at least until OEMs start putting it on their TVs and set-top boxes) – when it arrives it could possibly change the world of Smart TVs. What makes the Opera TV Store different from the competition is the fact that it […]
01/05/2012, Tingle is a popular iPhone dating application in Canada that combines realtime voice chat, location-based discovery, and online matchmaking features. Location-based dating service are more common right now, one good example is Skout. According to the developer, Tingle offers enhanced safety features such as free Voice Chat over 3g or WiFi that prevents the need to exchange phone number s and location-based spontaneous discoveries without revealing users’ specific location data […]
01/04/2012, Tired of having to comb through multiple websites, reading reviews just to find out the perfect TV for your home or laptop that matches your budget? Well, 7 geeks from Canada have come up with the solution to your problem: a website called Sortable. Touted as a decision engine to help you make your purchases, Sortable is a simple to use website that offers you a plethora of options when […]
01/03/2012, If you’re a Citibank user with a credit card and you like using the ThankYou Rewards to share your points, we’ve got some good news. Citi has just made it even easier to share points thanks to the launch of its new app for Facebook: the ThankYou Point Sharing app. Now you can simply launch the app from Facebook to share points with your friends. In addition to the added […]
01/03/2012, In case you didn’t already know, Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet comes with its very own web browser: Silk, which is touted to improve surfing speeds by compressing web sites before sending them to your device. This means pages will be smaller, and will consume less data and speed up load times when browsing on the tablet. While the feature is already available in browsers like Opera Mini, for those of […]
01/03/2012, We all know by now how much Microsoft wants to get rid of its Internet Explorer 6 web browser and it looks like it’s been working hard at getting the word out. According to its latest announcement on its Internet Explorer blog, it has been reported that IE 6 usage in the US has now officially dropped below 1%. In addition to the US, the rest of the world has […]
01/03/2012, While the Android Market website is a good way to check out apps, its search capabilities are pretty limited (despite being created by Google). It’s quite hard to find what you want unless you know exactly what it is. Well, some folks have decided to come up with a solution to the problem by creating a new search engine called Appgravity.
01/02/2012, Remember the MAME Arcade Emulator app that was released on the Apple App Store and then pulled off not long after? Well you can now enjoy it again, albeit without the convenience of being able to play it on your smartphone/tablet. A developer has successfully ported the MAME Arcade Emulator app over to Google Chrome, making it available as a free app on the Chrome Web Store. As usual, the […]