Well, here’s a unique use of Facebook. Reddit user ‘CasinoRoy’ decided to search the site for people with the same name as him. After finding a few people, he took a photo of himself mimicking that person’s profile picture, and then proceeded to send them a friend request.
Google and Disney have buddied-up to bring you the latest Chrome Experiment, ‘Find Your Way to OZ‘. The new web based game is another demonstration of the latest and greatest browser technology, and it really does impress.
Almost all of Google’s Android applications are beautifully designed, with the exception of Google Music. While some people may like the blue theme, I feel it’s too different from the rest of Google’s style to feel like a part of Android.
Your Instagram feed is now available on desktop, through the official website. The new release means that the start-up, which began as a mobile-exclusive, isn’t far from making a complete jump to the web.
It’s been just over two weeks since Kim Dotcom’s file sharing website ‘Mega’ launched to the public, and already there is an Android client available, so that you can manage your account on the go.
A new infographic posted by HTC has revealed that the smartphone manufacturer is planning a ‘new sound and camera experience’ for sometime this year. Presumably, the experience is a feature of the M7, HTC’s flagship device of 2013 which is yet to be officially announced.
Here’s the first ‘Amazing Android Icon Pack’ of 2013. This, the third article, includes some of the latest icon pack releases, as well as some which were pointed out to me, after missing them out in the previous collections.
A good advert is one that tries and succeeds in making the audience laugh. A bad one, is an advert which makes the audience laugh without meaning too. Blackberry have released some poor advertising campaigns in the past, but this advert, which aired during the Superbowl last night, has to be the worst work they have done.
It’s been a long wait for those who have been following the release schedule of Carbon, but finally the wait is over, as the Twitter client is available to download for free right now.
What’s the only thing better than humorous technology adverts? Humorous technology adverts with people who can act. Paul Rudd and Seth Rogen, as well as Bob Odenkirk, are the stars of this latest Samsung advert, where they play members of the company’s marketing team, trying to come up with an idea for a Superbowl advert. However, due to their recent patent complications with Apple, the trio attempt to create the ad without using the term ‘superbowl’.