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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 that 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... >>

Man City and Chelsea fans can change their Android keyboards to club colours, iPhone coming soon

Man City and Chelsea fans can change their Android keyboards to club colours, iPhone coming soon

By 26 November 2014

Football super agent Pini Zahavi is the driving force behind a new app range for Man City and Chelsea fans that want their Android phones to show their support. The Manchester City FC Keyboard and Chelsea FC Official Keyboard apps turn the keyboards of... >>

Google removes homophobic gay killing Android game, but not before it was downloaded more than 10,000 times

Google removes homophobic gay killing Android game, but not before it was downloaded more than 10,000 times

By 24 November 2014

There are calls for Google to reassess its app submission policies as an anti-gay hunting game appeared on the Play Store yesterday and was downloaded 10s of thousands of times before it was withdrawn by the software giant. Ass Hunter was an Android app... >>

Angry Birds, Clash of Clans and Monument Valley just a few of the iOS apps adding content for World Aids Day

Angry Birds, Clash of Clans and Monument Valley just a few of the iOS apps adding content for World Aids Day

By 24 November 2014

Apple has always had a commitment to support the (Product)RED campaign and raise awareness for the fight against Aids worldwide. It has released special iPods and iPhone covers in the past but its latest endeavour is perhaps the most visible yet. For... >>

Pebble Android app update brings support for full notifications and more languages

Pebble Android app update brings support for full notifications and more languages

By 21 November 2014

Pebble is on a roll. Despite kicking off the week with handy apps like Domino's Tracker and PayPal, the smartwatch maker has yet another announcement up its sleeve: an update for the Pebble Android app that brings push support for every notification on... >>

Know what booze you’ll like by pointing the Next Glass app at it

Know what booze you’ll like by pointing the Next Glass app at it

By 21 November 2014

A new app is here to help you find the perfect tipple. Next Glass for iOS and Android uses your mobile's camera to scan beer or wine and give you a rating based on your tastes. Initially the app will ask you to rate a few drinks on a four star scale.... >>


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