In an international culture that is in many ways over-stimulated and over-worked, things like meditation are being turned to more frequently by young tech-savvy people as a way to connect with something less material or at least de-stress. One of the tech companies leading the way in the push for meditation is Headspace.
Any.do has already become one of the most popular task managing applications for iOS and Android but outside of a Chrome extension, there aren’t many ways to use it on a regular computer. To fix that and add overall functionality to the service, a web version of Any.do has now been launched that includes support for a full-screen interface.
When Shazam updated its UK application so that support for tagging and playing in Deezer could be added no one expected that it would do the opposite for Spotify, which is utiilized by many of Shazam’s users. People may not have expected it but the free version of Shazam in the UK no longer appears to work with Spotify. Previously, users could tag songs and they would be opened in the music streaming service but now Deezer has seemingly replaced Spotify.
Another day, another security breach online. Bitly–the popular link-shortening tool–says that it may have been breached, leaving users vulnerable. The potential attack was announced in a security update post on the company’s blog, which explains why the service disabled Facebook and Twitter account integration.
Chalk this one up to creative “imagineering.” A startup called Zabosu is currently crowdsourcing funds for a proposed service that would let you “actually take control of another person, anywhere in the world there’s a 4G cellular signal.”
Dropbox today has introduced its latest product, a single photo gallery called Carousel. Simply put, Dropbox Carousel lets you store and manage your photos and videos. Available now as a mobile app for Android and iOS, Dropbox Carousel organizes photos and videos from your smartphone or tablet’s camera roll as well as the photos in your Dropbox account.
Mark Zuckerburg just won’t end his shopping spree for new startups. Facebook recently acquired an India-based technology start-up Little Eye Labs. The latter is a known developer of tools for Android app developers.
There are a ho-ho-whole lot more options for keeping tabs on the Big Man’s whereabouts this year.
Every year around the holidays, I start to get an anxious feeling. My mind and body instinctively know deep down what’s coming shortly after New Year’s Day: another grueling trek to (and, shudder, within) Las Vegas for the annual Consumer Electronics Show.
Earlier this year, I wrote a post on how Google Search for iOS (which includes Google Now features) ran Location Services constantly, even when the app wasn’t running. My fellow bloggers took to the Internet in droves to protest. Google fired back that it wasn’t an issue and wasn’t greatly impacting battery life. Legions of more »
I didn’t think I had a compelling reason to annotate PDF files until I received an email from the PR person for iAnnotate. In the email were the (to me) magic words, “even D&D DMs use it to mark up their docs.” Yes, I admit I’ve been playing [easyazon-link asin=”0786956291″ locale=”us”]Dungeons & Dragons[/easyazon-link] for more than more »
Well, we knew they were coming for some time now. Instagram will soon work ads into their network, appearing in the feeds of users. In order to keep IG fans informed (perhaps a precautionary move after the backlash they received concerning [easyazon-link asin=”B00ES2DMT2″ locale=”us”]Instagram[/easyazon-link]’s terms of service earlier this year,) on Friday the company posted more »