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Apple Photos for Mac explained: What is it, and how does it work?

Apple Photos for Mac explained: What is it, and how does it work?

By 5 February 2015

Apple has previewed its new Photos app for Mac. And it looks great - but also slightly confusing. The app is supposed to replace iPhoto, Aperture, and in a way, My Photo Stream. It's also built around iCloud and designed to automatically store your images... >>

SwiftKey KeyBoard gets biggest update yet for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

SwiftKey KeyBoard gets biggest update yet for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

By 5 February 2015

SwiftKey has announced a major update has begun rolling out for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users today. The major changes include the addition of emoji, SwiftKey Flow for iPad, keyboard click sounds and new language support. Emoji are now built into... >>

Microsoft is in talks to buy Sunrise, a calendar app for Google Calendar, Exchange, and iCloud

Microsoft is in talks to buy Sunrise, a calendar app for Google Calendar, Exchange, and iCloud

By 5 February 2015

Microsoft wants you to know that it is finally ready to tackle mobile, and it's doing so by spending $100 million on a calendar app called Sunrise. Sunrise has apps for iOS, Mac, Android, Chrome, Web, and even Amazon devices, but its standout feature... >>

Under Armour buys Endomondo and MyFitnessPal for $560M, following HTC partnership

Under Armour buys Endomondo and MyFitnessPal for $560M, following HTC partnership

By 4 February 2015

Under Armour has announced it bought Endomondo and MyFitnessPal. These acquisitions are occuring just one month after Under Armour partnered with HTC to develop products that integrate directly with its UA Record platform. Endomondo is a 8-year-old social... >>

Microsoft Office universal touch apps: Here's what to expect from Office for Windows 10

Microsoft Office universal touch apps: Here's what to expect from Office for Windows 10

By 4 February 2015

Microsoft wants you to know that it is fully embracing the mobile trend. The company is preparing to launch new Office apps that are not only universal and can work across a range of devices, but they're completely touch-optimised too. Microsoft highlighted... >>

Apple is making a new Beats Music-like service for OS X, iOS, Apple TV, and even Android

Apple is making a new Beats Music-like service for OS X, iOS, Apple TV, and even Android

By 4 February 2015

It looks like Apple will do something with the Beats Music streaming service is bought last year. The company decided to build a new streaming service, with features, functionality, and technology pulled from Beats Music, it's claimed. 9to5Mac has reported... >>

Cortana brings Premier League predictions straight to your Windows Phone

Cortana brings Premier League predictions straight to your Windows Phone

By 4 February 2015

Cortana, Windows Phone's personal assistant, will now predict the outcome of Premier League matches, so you can ask your phone for weekend predictions before heading to the bookies. Cortana told us that West Ham would beat Manchester United, and that... >>

Snapchat's Literally Can't Even is a new web series with Sasha Spielberg, Emily Goldwyn

Snapchat's Literally Can't Even is a new web series with Sasha Spielberg, Emily Goldwyn

By 30 January 2015

Snapchat is now making original series content for its app. Sasha Spielberg, daughter of the well-known film director and producer Steven Spielberg, and Goldwyn, daughter of film producer John Goldwyn, are the co-creators and writers of the first new... >>

Google Now for Android adds cards from over 40 third-party apps like Pandora and Lyft

Google Now for Android adds cards from over 40 third-party apps like Pandora and Lyft

By 30 January 2015

Google has updated its Search app with more Google Now cards, but this time they're cards from third-party apps. "Starting today, the Google app on Android can help you keep up with all the good stuff in 40 different apps at a glance—it’ll bring you... >>

Vine Kids is a new Vine app made just for children, with animated clips

Vine Kids is a new Vine app made just for children, with animated clips

By 30 January 2015

Twitter-owned Vine has released a new Vine app, called Vine Kids. If you haven't noticed lately, some of the most popular or trending videos published to Vine often feature people swearing, showing some nudity, and everything in between. It's even caused... >>