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Google buys Songza music curation service for $39 million, iOS app included

Google buys Songza music curation service for $39 million, iOS app included

By 2 July 2014

Google has acquired Songza for a reported $39 million. The music curation service offers ad-supported playlists of tunes chosen around topical themes and while Google does not plan to change it in the immediate future, it is thought that Google Play Music... >>

Just how popular was that Vine? Check the loop count

Just how popular was that Vine? Check the loop count

By 1 July 2014

We all know when Vines become popular and instantly surface to the front, but knowing just how many times people viewed those six-second videos has never been clear. We simply had to trust they were indeed the most watched Vines in that moment. Well a... >>

For the Emojli iOS messaging app, even 'Yo' is too many letters

For the Emojli iOS messaging app, even 'Yo' is too many letters

By 30 June 2014

Words? What are those funny-looking things? That's what people will be asking in just a few years, if messaging apps like Emojli or Yo continue to pop up. Emojli is an upcoming app and social network that features emoji entirely. Your username and all... >>

Adobe remembers Windows Phone does exist, releases Photoshop Express for WP8

Adobe remembers Windows Phone does exist, releases Photoshop Express for WP8

By 27 June 2014

Another day, another photo-editing app. But this one is from Adobe. And it's for Windows Phone users. Although Adobe constantly showers Android and iOS users with app-love, it often forgets about Windows Phone users. Not today however. The company has... >>

Say bye to Aperture and iPhoto: Apple's new Photos OS X app will take over soon

Say bye to Aperture and iPhoto: Apple's new Photos OS X app will take over soon

By 27 June 2014

Apple wants to overhaul how you edit and store photos with Macs. The company plans to cease development of both the Aperture professional photography app and iPhotos photo-management app, it's claimed. According to Jim Dalrymple, a habitual tweeter and... >>

Dulux app lets you virtually paint your walls without a tester pot in sight

Dulux app lets you virtually paint your walls without a tester pot in sight

By 27 June 2014

Using tester paint pots and painting swatches on your walls to see what you think of certain colours could soon become a thing of the past if Dulux has its way. The paint company is embracing the technological possibilities of the 21st century by launching... >>

YouTube adding 60fps playback, Tip Jar, Translator and more in updates

YouTube adding 60fps playback, Tip Jar, Translator and more in updates

By 27 June 2014

King of online video YouTube has decreed it will cement itself as leader by adding even more awesome features including 60 frames per second playback. Check out the below clip from Metal Gear Solid 5 running at 60fps to see the difference. This is one... >>

Fly app lets you shoot and edit video on the fly, with up to four cameras at once

Fly app lets you shoot and edit video on the fly, with up to four cameras at once

By 26 June 2014

As smartphones become powerful, so aren't apps. And the Fly video-editing app for iPhone is a perfect example. Gone are the days of slow and cumbersome video editors on mobile devices. Fly is a new app that supports simple gestures, enables you to cut... >>

Autocomplete typing is coming to computers with Chrome Complete extension for Gmail

Autocomplete typing is coming to computers with Chrome Complete extension for Gmail

By 26 June 2014

It's amazing really that autocomplete hasn't arrived for keyboards sooner. While it's useful on limited touchscreens for speed, imagine how fast it could make real keyboard typing? Now it's coming to Chrome so you can see. An extension for Google's Chrome... >>

Google Fit announced as Android version of iOS 8 HealthKit, Nike and Adidas onboard

Google Fit announced as Android version of iOS 8 HealthKit, Nike and Adidas onboard

By 25 June 2014

Google has announced in detail its Google Fit platform. The fitness hub means that multiple data inputs, from smartwatches to heart rate monitors, can be processed all within Android. This should make tracking fitness data all in one place a far easier... >>