Here’s How Twitter Reacted to the Twitter IPO News

Here’s How Twitter Reacted to the Twitter IPO News

Last Thursday Twitter announced that it had filed for its IPO, meaning the company has plans to go public in the near future, but just how did Twitter's user base react to the news?  Overall, the reaction from Twitter … [Read more...]

Apps Crashing? You May Want to Wait on iOS 7 Upgrade

Apps Crashing? You May Want to Wait on iOS 7 Upgrade

Anytime an operating system gets an update—be it for a mobile phone or a full-on computer—some things are bound do get a little wonky. Sure, the new version of the OS may promise all kinds of improvements, but … [Read more...]

Luma Creates Personal Recommendations of Streaming Shows and Movies

Luma Creates Personal Recommendations of Streaming Shows and Movies

A new iPad app called Luma recently launched on the iOS App Store, and its goal is to help you decide exactly what you want to watch on your TV. It does this by aggregating shows and movies from your subscription … [Read more...]

Twitter to redesign its apps, aims to create more immersive experience

Twitter to redesign its apps, aims to create more immersive experience

Twitter is no stranger to redesigns, having redesigned their service with the addition of header images just last year. But if AllThingsD's Mike Isaac is right, the company is getting ready to produce a much larger, … [Read more...]

Bump, the Contact Sharing App, Acquired by Google

Bump, the Contact Sharing App, Acquired by Google

Bump Technologies, the company behind the popular mobile contact sharing app Bump has been acquired by Google for an undisclosed amount.  The app which lets you physically tap phones together to share contact … [Read more...]

Rdio Inks Deal With Cumulus to Offer Free Ad-Supported Music Tier

Rdio Inks Deal With Cumulus to Offer Free Ad-Supported Music Tier

Online subscription music service Rdio plans to launch a free, ad-supported music service as part of a partnership with radio station operator Cumulus, expected to be announced today, according to the New York … [Read more...]

Google drops smartphone tethering plan requirements for Google Glass

Google drops smartphone tethering plan requirements for Google Glass

Until recently, using Google Glass has meant paying extra for a smartphone tethering plan to give your Glass headset data access. These plans can start at $20 a month and go up from there, adding more cost on to what is … [Read more...]

Curalate Launches Fanreel, Turning Customers Into Brand Ambassadors

Curalate Launches Fanreel, Turning Customers Into Brand Ambassadors

The next time you snap a picture of yourself wearing those newly purchased, awesome Urban Outfitters jeans, you may end up appearing on the company's website.  Curalate, a visual analytics and marketing platform, has … [Read more...]

New ‘Made for iOS 7′ blog showcases apps designed with iOS 7 in mind

New ‘Made for iOS 7′ blog showcases apps designed with iOS 7 in mind

Unless you've been living under a rock with no windows, electricity, and/or connectivity of any kind this summer, you're more than likely aware that Apple's upcoming mobile operating system, iOS 7, signifies a serious … [Read more...]

Microsoft Launches iPad Trade-In Promotion

Microsoft Launches iPad Trade-In Promotion

While Android may be the number one mobile operating system in the world, everyone knows that it’s something of an empty victory. The real leader of the mobile war is Apple. It’s been that way ever since Apple … [Read more...]

Nokia Pursued Android Phones Before Microsoft Buyout

Nokia Pursued Android Phones Before Microsoft Buyout

As the world grows accustomed to Nokia’s handset division now being a part of the Microsoft machine, revelations from the time before the buyout two weeks ago are starting to trickle out. Today, the New York Times’ … [Read more...]

iOS App Frontback Lets You Take and Share Two Photos at Once

iOS App Frontback Lets You Take and Share Two Photos at Once

Though a photo may be worth a thousand words in most cases, there are plenty of situations where it sure would be nice to have another thousand. With a new iOS app called Frontback, you can. Specifically, the app allows … [Read more...]