Google have released another advert for the Nexus 4, although this one is focusing primarily on Photo Sphere, meaning it’s more like an advert for Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
EA and Gameloft have joined in on the festive fun by offering their iOS games at a discounted price of up to 90% off!
Instagram have dropped themselves in it, causing many people to boycott the service and move to Flickr. Here’s how to do that in just a few easy steps.
Since 2007, Norad has teamed up with Google to provide children across the world with an online view of where Santa is on Christmas Eve, as he travels from house to house delivering presents. However this year, Norad decided they liked the look of Windows 8, and teamed up with Microsoft to create an application for their new operating system, leaving Google to track Santa all by themselves.
SnapKeys SI is yet another unique take on the standard qwerty keyboard on mobile devices. Rather than a full keyboard, SnapKeys uses four carefully arranged buttons with the most used letters inside. When the user wants any other letter, they simply tab in the middle of the screen, and just like SwiftKey, the keyboard guesses what you were trying to type.
Today Xbox users have been treated to an official Vimeo app, for viewing high quality content straight through their consoles.
Here it is, yet another Google advert to make me love their marketing campaigns even more. This one uses focuses on Wallace & Gromit and characters from Chicken Run, Shaun the Sheep and Creature Comforts, who use Google Hangout to communicate with each other over the Christmas period. It only lasts a minute, but it’s a bit of festive fun which has certainly got me in the Christmas spirit.
The year is almost up, and it’s been a good one for the internet. This has to be YouTube’s most popular year, with viral videos being the topic of conversation all year round. At the start of the year, Call Me Maybe became an internet hit, but now the title belongs to Gangnam Style, which looks set to be the first internet video to reach 1 billion views.
Samsung have released the first snippets of info on their latest smartphone, the Galaxy Grand, a phone for ‘users with fast-paced mobile lifestyles who demand more from their phone’.
Google have just released an application for iOS which allows users to record, edit and upload videos in just a few easy steps.