Earlier today, Real Racing 3 was released on iOS and Android, continuing the most impressive racing experience available on mobile devices.
On most websites, you can log in using either Twitter or Facebook. Soon, Google+ will be added to that list, with a number of sharing features to separate it from the competition.
Since its inception in October 2010, Instagram has become the premier photo-sharing program on the market, creating an enormous social networking platform that allows its 100 million users to take photographs, apply a digital filter to it and then share it with other users, be it through Instagram itself or other social networks such as Twitter and Facebook. The fact that Facebook offered to purchase the company for $1 billion in cash and stock after just 18 months of its program going live speaks for itself (with just 13 employees at the time, one can only imagine the staff party that Instagram had that Christmas). Instagram’s success lies in its simplicity, as well as the impressive filters that users can apply to their photographs; in just a matter of seconds, one can make a seemingly prosaic photograph appear illuminating and a good snap, well, outstanding.
Samsung have sent out invites to an event taking place on March 14th, with the tagline ‘get ready 4 the show’. You guessed it, this is the event where we will finally see the Samsung Galaxy S4. The features of the company’s next flagship device are still unknown, but no doubt there will be lots of minor software and hardware upgrades to keep the phone at the top of the competition throughout this year.
This Mozilla OS Walkthrough is one of the most in-depth looks at the upcoming operating that we’ve seen to date, but how does it look?
Last night, Google revealed the Chromebook Pixel, the laptop which was leaked in a video a couple of weeks ago, but was written off as a fake.
Tonight’s the big night. Sony are gearing up to announce the Playstation 4 in just a matter of hours, and you can watch the event online, right here.
After being in a beta stage for a number of months, SwiftKey 4 has finally arrived on the Google Play Store. The most exciting feature in the updated keyboard is Flow, a gesture way of typing very similar to Swype.
Google Now is probably one of the best features of Android at the moment, and it’s packed with little features which could be useful at any time. I just found out about this feature yesterday, but it’s extremely useful and eliminates the need for a lot of popular applications.
Earlier today, HTC announced their latest flagship device in New York, the HTC One. The the device is the successor to the still impressive ‘One X’ line of devices, and HTC really went all out to ensure that this is the phone to beat over the next few months.