Angry Birds Space now for free on iOS

Less than three months ago, Angry Birds Space was launched. Now the same version is available for iPhone, iTouch and the iPad for free. Before, iOS users need to pay $0,99 for the ad-free Angry Birds Space version and now the free version is supported by advertising. It has its limitations as users can only […]


Microsoft announces Surface: New Tablets Running Windows

In Los Angeles, Microsoft has released its own tablet that will run Windows 8. The tablet will be available in two versions: ‘Surface RT’ and ‘’Surface Pro’’. Microsoft has unveiled its Surface and it is an answer for everyone who is looking for a Windows 8 experience. Microsoft Surface stands out from other offerings with […]


Facebook rolls out comment editing

This ‘’copy, delete, paste, edit, post’’ is past time! Facebook starts letting you edit your comments, so you will be able to fix your mistakes. In the coming few days, you will be able to edit your own comments. Facebook is rolling out this ability as users now only have the ability to remove comments […]


Flipboard App released for Android phones

One of the best apps made for the iPhone and iPad is now available for Android phones: Flipboard and it will be bundled with Samsung’s Galaxy S III. Flipboard co-founder and CEO Mike McCue told ABC News:  “We looked at the Android device specifically, and all the different screen sizes, and made sure Flipboard would […]


Skype 5.8 for Mac released with support for Mountain Lion

Microsoft has pushed a new Skype update for Mac to support Apple’s upcoming desktop operating system, OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. Skype 5.8 for Mac is bringing a new version of its Mac software with some improvements. The slim contact list is back and users can now personalize their contact list by re-positioning and organizing. […]


Facebook buys Face.com

Facebook has officially acquired Face.com, the company that now provides facial recognition technology. Face.com is an Israeli company and Facebook has been already using their technology to help user’s identify and tag photos. As Facebook said: “People who use Facebook enjoy sharing photos and memories with their friends. Face.com’s technology has helped to provide the […]


Google now offering support to developers with ‘Developers Live’

Google has launched ‘Google Developers Live’ to support developers during office hours. In this way, developers are allowed to talk directly to Googlers. It is quite serious that Google is strengthening its developer ecosystem.  Developers are now able to contact Google’s experts and fellow developers on this ‘live platform’.   This platform is for those who […]


Google Apps improves its security

Google launches 2-step verification for Google Apps to enhance the security across Google Apps accounts, especially in business environments.  This procedure was already launched back in September of 201, but now seems that is it needed for companies to increase the security of their Google Apps accounts. Administrators of Google Apps can now enable 2-step […]


YouTube adds auto captions in Spanish

Want to watch a Spanish YouTube video, but you don’t speak the language? Don’t worry! YouTube is expanding its language accessibility to add automatic captions in Spanish. According to YouTube blog: “Last year, YouTube had more than 1 trillion views or about 140 views for every person on earth. As the world tunes in to […]


Dropbox updates iOS app and kill of public folders

Dropbox has some new photo features on its iOS app and is also planning to drop support for Public folders after July 31. The iOS update of Dropbox got some new photo and video features. Users can now upload photos and videos manually or automatically from almost any mobile device to the cloud by using […]