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Friday, 27 Mar 2015
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.
Thursday, 26 Mar 2015
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.
Wednesday, 25 Mar 2015
Microsoft is combining Azure Websites, Mobile Services and BizTalk Services into a new bundle for developers to build all kinds of cross-platform apps.
Microsoft has just shared its latest browser strategy for Windows 10. Internet Explorer will continue to exist, but even Microsoft thinks 'not for long'.
Security for mobile devices can be a fairly annoying affair. Those of you who have experienced having to pull out your phone every other second to check on a hyperactive chat group would know this. Google has come up with an interesting solution to this.
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2015
Windows 10 is set to arrive this summer, and Microsoft has just released tools for developers to write universal apps for the operating system.
A collaboration with Foursquare enables Twitter users to tag even more accurate location in their tweets.
The day has finally come where you will no longer have to rely on questionable third-party apps to create Instagram collages. You can thank Instagram’s new Layout app for that.