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Almost half of all Brits are turning to fitness apps to beat Christmas weight gain

Almost half of all Brits are turning to fitness apps to beat Christmas weight gain

By 4 December 2014

Worried you've eaten too many mince pies already this Christmas? You aren't alone it seems, well, you aren't alone in worrying about it. According to a new survey, the UK population is so worried about pilling on the pounds over the holiday season that... >>

Inbox by Gmail will add a unified view, cross-browser support, and more in coming months

Inbox by Gmail will add a unified view, cross-browser support, and more in coming months

By 4 December 2014

Inbox by Gmail is about to get much cooler. One day, anyway. DuringĀ a Reddit AMA - which is like a discussion post where people prompt for others to ask questions - designers, product managers, and software engineers from Inbox announced a bunch of new... >>

Firefox is coming to iOS: 'We need to be where our users are', says Mozilla

Firefox is coming to iOS: 'We need to be where our users are', says Mozilla

By 4 December 2014

If you thought Mozilla was never going to launch a version of Firefox for iOS, think again. Although the company has blasted Apple in the past for restricting third-party web rendering engines, Mozilla has finally caved. It appears the company realises... >>

Instagram looks back at 2014: You'll never guess which kiss got a whopping 2.4 million likes

Instagram looks back at 2014: You'll never guess which kiss got a whopping 2.4 million likes

By 3 December 2014

Can you believe 2014 is almost over? It seems like just yesterday we were ringing in the new year, and now we're a few weeks away from doing it all over again. But before you pop the champagne and declare your resolutions, Instagram wants you to remember... >>

9 of the best email apps to help you achieve inbox zero

9 of the best email apps to help you achieve inbox zero

By 3 December 2014

Email. Ugh. Just seeing that word can bring a wave of stress upon us like nothing else. It wastes time, clutters both professional and personal lives, and is impossible to organise. Well, almost. Within the last few years, several new email apps have... >>

Professor Stephen Hawking uses SwiftKey to help him express his genius

Professor Stephen Hawking uses SwiftKey to help him express his genius

By 2 December 2014

Professor Stephen Hawking's bespoke communication system uses SwiftKey technology to help him write and talk to the world. The company's text prediction tech, much like thatĀ found in its Android and iPhone applications, is integrated into the scientist's... >>

Here's the launch trailer for first episode of Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series, out this week

Here's the launch trailer for first episode of Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series, out this week

By 1 December 2014

Telltale has been working on a Game of Thrones video game series based on the hit HBO television show, and in an attempt to whet your appetite, it has just released the a trailer for the first episode in the upcoming series. Game of Thrones: A Telltale... >>

14 fantastic photo and video apps for capturing family moments

14 fantastic photo and video apps for capturing family moments

By 1 December 2014

Whether it's Christmas or your kid's birthday, chances are you'll be ready to capture your next family moment with an iPhone or Android phone. After all, most people don't own a fancy DSLR, but they do have access to a smartphone. And thanks to photo... >>

Free interactive advent calendar for kids comes to BBC Cbeebies Playtime app

Free interactive advent calendar for kids comes to BBC Cbeebies Playtime app

By 1 December 2014

The BBC has updated its Cbeebies Playtime app for iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone and Fire devices to include a free interactive advent calendar. Each day from today, 1 December, up to Christmas Day itself, children can find a different Cbeebies... >>

Quikkly will banish QR codes, making Facebook Likes, Twitter follows, Spotify plays more simple

Quikkly will banish QR codes, making Facebook Likes, Twitter follows, Spotify plays more simple

By 26 November 2014

The QR code thrust its way into our lives, appearing on posters, magazines, and as stickers on new products. The optical tags are everywhere, but their time is limited thanks to a much more dynamic system from Quikkly. Quikkly wants to replace the QR... >>


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