YouTube Red: The “more” to the whole new YouTube experience

YouTube has introduced YouTube Red, a premium membership platform that will bring your YouTube experience to the far next level. The subscription service, which will be available only in US for a time soon, will allow videophiles an all-in-one ad free viewing and listening. Offline viewing is one of the service’s notable features. You can download […]

The Apple’s 3D Touch explained

iPhone 6s and 6s Plus was launched yesterday owning several new amazing features, which includes live photos, motion wallpapers and Hey Siri. What Apple thinks the “breakthrough” though is their 3D Touch technology feature which, according to Apple, has made their technical team consume years in developing. Explaining the technology behind it and demonstrating how to […]

The new $1,999 iMac Retina 5k Display

Aside from the new Macbook Pro, Apple has also launched the new 27-inch iMac configuration with the Retina 5K display (14.7 million pixel display) for $1,999. It has 3.3GHz quad-core i5 processor, 8GB of memory, and a 1TB hard drive with AMD Radeon R9 M290 graphics card. Apple produces a cheaper Retina 5k display iMac […]

Facebook Adds Video Call in Their Messenger

Facebook hasn’t stopped exploring to improve their products. We are featuring Facebook’s newest update to its Messenger. Everyone can now video call their Facebook friends and have face-to-face conversations with friends and family members using the Messenger app. Facebook is one of the most visited websites and most downloadable applications around the world. Their global […]

Turn your Instagram photos into classic slide reels

With a little help from Instagram, Reelagram is bringing View Master back in a fresh and modern way — giving those who grew up in the analog era relive memories of favourite characters and scenes from books, TV shows and movies. You might remember the View Master that was introduced in late 30’s and has become a popular toy […]

Google, Microsoft secures ‘kill switch’ to upcoming phones

Google and Microsoft has announced incorporating “kill switch” technology in the next version of their smartphone operating systems to counter increasing numbers of mobile device theft. The Office of the New York State Attorney General has released an update to its Secure our Smartphones (SOS) Initiative, pushing for a technological solution: a “kill switch” application to enable authorised […]

Twitter acquires Gnip

To strengthen data accessibility, Twitter has announced its partnership with one of the world’s largest and most trusted providers of social data — Gnip. According to an article from Twitter’s official blog, “public Tweets can reveal a wide variety of insights — so much so that academic institutions, journalists, marketers, brands, politicians and developers regularly […]

Nielsen’s Twitter TV Ratings solutions, flying to Australia soon

Responding to the apparent integration of  the television and social media, Nielsen has recently announced the expansion of the Nielsen Twitter TV Ratings (NTTR) in Australia in the second half of 2014. According to Danny Keens, Director of Media Partnerships, “Twitter is the social soundtrack to TV today. Our communications platform is public, live, and […]

Partnership between Microsoft and Queensland Government plans to bring Office 365 to 149,000 government employees

After making Office apps available to iPad, Microsoft strikes again by partnering with the government of Queensland, the second-largest state in Australia, which will eventually bring Office 365 to 149,000 government employees. Microsoft stated on their official blog that this partnership is a “major step in the state’s Information and Communications Technologies strategy to transform digital services, take […]