Palestinian Hacker breaks into Zuckerburg’s Facebook wall

For Khalil Shreateh –A Palestinian self-described unemployed security researcher, what started out as a well-wished attempt to inform Facebook about their security loophole- ended up being termed as a “violent user”. On 19th july,2013  Shreateh hacked Facebook owner Mark Zuckerburg’s Facebook profile and posted a link on his private timeline. According to many internet sources, […]

YouTube app for Android gets an update

Today Google has released the redesigned YouTube app for their Android 4.0 with a strong focus around channels and subscriptions. The new YouTube app for Android 4.0 is rolling out today in the Google Play Store. This app brings a new channels interface and is letting users browse and add new subscriptions. The preload feature […]

iTunes Store opens in 12 Asian countries

Apple launches iTunes Store in 12 new Asia markets and this will give access to millions of songs and movies including local favourites. The iTunes Store will feature a collection of Asia and international music from all the major labels and many independent labels. Finally the 12 additional countries Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Brunei, Cambodia, […]

Google’s Chrome Experiments arrives on mobile devices

Google has opened up Chrome Experiments and is bringing magic to mobile devices. It is a showcase for creative web experiments. Chrome Experiments is built with the latest open technologies including HTML5, Canvas, SVG and WebGL. Many interactive web pages and games are available on this website. Referring to Chrome Experiments: ‘’We hope the projects […]

Facebook lets users disable notifications

Users will soon be able to control the flow of notifications on a daily basis. So users can get rid of those notifies. Facebook is letting users to give users more and easier controls over the notifications. Users are now able to opt out of notifications from applications, groups or other sources via the drop-down […]

HootSuite integrates Instagram, Slideshare and more

The leading social media dashboard HootSuite has added Instagram, SlideShare and two other social feeds to its features. This Vancouver-based company has created a dashboard which is used by many individuals and companies to coordinate their social marketing. The new applications are integrated in order to let users have the ability to monitor and engage […]

Google Chrome now available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

During the Google’s I/O developer conference, Google has announced to release the Chrome browser for iOS devices. The Chrome browser is bringing some new features to iPhone, iPod touch and iPad such as tab and bookmark sync. This means that you can have access to your data on other Chrome browsers. However, there are some […]

Spotify App comes to Blackberry App World

Great news for Blackberry users! Today it’s official that Spotify is available through the Blackberry’s App World. Blackberry users were already able to download Spotify through the web browser. Now users can download it right from App World, but not for every Blackberry owner. Only owners of BlackBerry 5 or later device can go into […]

Instagram updates to 2.5 for iOS

Since Facebook bought Instagram, this is the first upgrade of this photo-sharing app. It’s a new iOS update to 2.5 with improvements. The upgrades of Instagram app are letting users to load their photo bit faster than before. There are not only speed improvements, but also visual improvements and more. According to Instagram, the new […]

Developers can now respond to app reviews on Google Play

Android developers are now able to respond to user reviews on its Google Play. This means that you can receive soon a response directly from the company. Actually, developers are able to read comments, complaints, suggestions and feedbacks, but they can’t reply to users. So users can’t get any answer of response and this also […]