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Share photos on Twitter via text messages
While I don’t have any official figures, it’s safe to say that most people who use Twitter probably access the social network via an app on their smartphones. But there probably is a significant amount of folks out there who are accessing Twitter via a mobile web browser on their feature phones, and sending updates through text messages (yes, in case you didn’t know, Twitter lets you post updates via […]

Google+ Hangout lets users watch YouTube videos together
While Google+ might be just a poor imitation of Facebook to some people, Google is taking steps to differentiate its service by adding features that the other doesn’t have. One new feature that will no doubt be a popular tool amongst friends who love watching YouTube videos together is the new video sharing option for Google+.Through YouTube, Google+ users can now start a Google+ Hangout from a YouTube video so […]

Apple overtakes RIM in US smartphone share
The days of RIM dominating the smartphone industry is finally over. According to recently released findings by comScore, it looks like RIM has finally slipped from second to third place in the race. In the last quarter that ended in May, Apple’s market share for smartphones went up 1.4% to 26.6% while RIM dropped 4.2% to 24.7% and Google gained 5.1% to 38.1%. Though RIM wasn’t the only loser in […]

Nokia Play To gives DLNA capabilities to your Symbian phones
If you’re tired of carrying around your HDMI or TV output cable with you every time you want to share content from your phone onto your friend’s TVs, we have some good news for you. Nokia has just released the Nokia Play To app which gives your phones DLNA capability. This technology lets you easily share content from your  phone wirelessly to other DLNA devices, and in this case it’s […]

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Facebook knows which sites you've been visiting
Facebook is on its way to world domination. It’s pretty much impossible to discover a website that doesn’t have a Facebook “Like” or “Share” button anymore. If you’re wondering why, it’s because the Facebook buttons appear on a third of the world’s 1,000 most-visit websites, according to a recent study by the Wall Street Journal. And apparently the buttons aren’t just there for show. Even if you don’t use their […]

AT&T and Verizon forced to share network with rivals for data
AT&T and Verizon, the two largest carriers in America, have just been instructed by the FCC to share their networks with smaller carriers for the transfer of data. Right now the carriers have already been making deals with their rivals to share networks, but they have been voluntarily – and it has only been for voice services. Under the new FCC ruling, these deals have to be mandatory, and if […]

Firefox 4 surpasses Internet Explorer 9 browser share in one day
Internet Explorer 9 was released a couple of weeks ago, and Firefox 4 was just released yesterday. But according to StatCounter, the free website analytics company, Firefox 4 has already taken up 1.95% of the world’s browser share, while IE 9 only has 0.87% of the same market. One of the main reasons to why IE 9 isn’t doing so well is due to the fact that it isn’t compatible […]

WiFi hotspot function coming to BlackBerry OS 6.1
According to reports online, one of the most-requested features of the BlackBerry OS, mobile hotspot tethering will become a native feature in the next version of the BlackBerry OS. Some leaked slides of the upcoming update to BlackBerry OS have surfaced online courtesy of N4BB, and they show off the Mobile Hotspot function of the operating system. Finally, BlackBerry users have the ability to share their phone’s internet connection with […]

Facebook to get rid of the Share button
Facebook has announced that they will be slowly phasing out the Share button – so in the future if you’d like to share articles, you would have to Like it instead. At the moment, when you Like something, it only shows up as a single line on your news feed “Person A likes Subject B” while if you Shared something, you’d get the full story, with the headline, thumbnail and […]

Pogoplug Aims to Boost Your Productivity
Pogoplug, the personal internet storage sharing appliance, is also used for business purposes by professionals or small businesses who need to upload/download large documents (high-resolution photos, movies…). To help these people, Pogoplug is getting an “upload via email” feature that uploads an attached file via upload@pogoplug.com. The Pogo environment is also said to be able to have “full compatibility with every standard document format to view it inside the Pogo environment […]