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8 Snapchatters to follow for their awesome Snapchat stories

8 Snapchatters to follow for their awesome Snapchat stories

By 29 January 2015

It's easy to find famous or interesting people to follow on all sorts of social networks, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Vine, but Snapchat is the exception. It's not even remotely close to easy. To add Snapchatters on Snapchat, you have... >>

What’s the point of Snapchat, and how does it work?

What’s the point of Snapchat, and how does it work?

By 29 January 2015

You have probably heard about Snapchat, the mobile app that allows users to send videos and pictures that self destruct after a few seconds. Snapchat is a fun messaging application for sharing moments. You can take a photo or a video, add a caption or... >>

Place tips is Facebook's new card-like feature that adds location-based info to News Feed

Place tips is Facebook's new card-like feature that adds location-based info to News Feed

By 29 January 2015

Facebook's trying something new again. The social network has unveiled a new feature called Place tips, and it's all about showing you useful and relevant information about wherever you happened to be standing. "From friends’ recommendations to information... >>

5 reasons why you should ditch Apple Mail and go with Outlook for iPhone instead

5 reasons why you should ditch Apple Mail and go with Outlook for iPhone instead

By 29 January 2015

Microsoft has released its Outlook mail client for iPhone and Android with the intention of enticing users into ditching their existing mail apps. And it is certainly an alluring prospect. At least on iPhone. While Android owners are already serviced... >>

Office for Android now available alongside iOS but can be expensive: Here are seven alternatives

Office for Android now available alongside iOS but can be expensive: Here are seven alternatives

By 29 January 2015

Microsoft Office has been available to Apple iPhone and iPad users since last year, allowing you to create and edit documents and do more with a paid Office 365 subscription, and now Microsoft has finally announced the same for Android tablet users.... >>

Send Money in Gmail reaches UK to make sending and receiving money simpler

Send Money in Gmail reaches UK to make sending and receiving money simpler

By 29 January 2015

When Google launched Send Money in Gmail in the US, UK dwellers could have been forgiven for feeling jealous. Now the easy way to pay is coming to the UK. Yay. Send Money in Gmail does what the name suggests allowing people to sign into their Gmail account... >>

Microsoft Office hits Android tablets with Word, Excel and PowerPoint

Microsoft Office hits Android tablets with Word, Excel and PowerPoint

By 29 January 2015

Microsoft has announced the next distribution of its Office software on Android tablets as it upgrades from Preview of Office. Android now has Word for Android tablet, Excel for Android tablet and PowerPoint for Android tablet available to download, for... >>

Twitter takes on WhatsApp: New group messaging and video features explained

Twitter takes on WhatsApp: New group messaging and video features explained

By 27 January 2015

Twitter has updated its mobile apps and website, adding two anticipated and very useful features: group messages and 30-second videos. Twitter revealed a few months ago that it was planning to add video-sharing options as well as a new way for you to... >>

Facebook Lite is Facebook's new slimmed-down app for emerging markets

Facebook Lite is Facebook's new slimmed-down app for emerging markets

By 27 January 2015

Facebook has launched another app. Shocking, we know. But this new app isn't a standalone app for a buried Facebook feature. It's a new Facebook app, designed specifically for emerging markets. Called Facebook Lite, it takes up just 252KB of space on... >>

Tesco sells Blinkbox Music to Australian music service Guvera

Tesco sells Blinkbox Music to Australian music service Guvera

By 26 January 2015

Blinkbox Music has been sold to Australian music service Guvera, as Tesco continues to offload its digital properties. Following the sale of Blinkbox Movies to TalkTalk, the music arm has now moved to the lesser-known Guvera. It's likely that Guvera is... >>