Apps and Software Guide
Adobe’s newly released iPad app Adobe Comp CC lets you quickly create layout concepts for web, print and mobile on the go. And best of all, it’s free! More details within.
Google recently announced that the photos and videos you've stored in Google+ will soon show up in Drive. This is part of the company's effort to make its various services more seamless.
In late January, we reported that Sony will be closing down its Music Unlimited service and pairing up with Spotify to bring us PlayStation Music on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. After two months, the popular music streaming service is finally here.
Microsoft has included the new default browser of Windows 10, Project Spartan, into Build 10049 of the Windows 10 Technical Preview.
A seller claims that he has thousands of Uber user logins for sale, although the company said that no security breach has been detected.
GitHub has provided the citizens of China access to some blocked content via its two projects, Great Fire and CN-NY Times. These have recently come under attack, using methods involving Chinese search engine Baidu's traffic.
Twitter's new app - Periscope - lets you live stream video broadcasts from your phone. The app also lets anyone easily broadcast whatever they're doing, directly from the smartphone's camera.
Microsoft is dropping its ‘Universal Apps’ name in favor of Windows Apps to describe its own apps that will run seamlessly across multiple devices using Windows 10.
Remember the day the world stood still when Taylor Swift abruptly pulled all of her music from Spotify? It looks like she is filling the resulting void in our hearts by making her songs available for streaming again, although it’s not going to be on Spotify this time around.
The annual F8 conference saw a slew of announcements regarding what’s coming to Facebook in the future, and it looks amazing.