There’s no doubt that nowadays the younger generation is much more engaged into technology, than we were when we were young. Many developers took advantage of this scenario and developed some amazing and unique applications, to help children have fun with technology, while they learn their basic skills! One such app, is called “Kids Reading,” which is what we are going to be reviewing. In short, it is an amazing application, geared towards preschool kids. Read More
Google recently announced that they will be shutting down the popular RSS service – Google Reader. Effective from July 1st, 2013, Google will no longer be supporting Google Reader and its API won’t be functioning as desired. Most of the popular RSS services like Reeder and Feedly that thrive on the Google Reader API have been going bonkers regarding the news. Some even plan to release their own type of Google Reader service. Read More
HTC moments ago released their new flagship phone for 2013, the HTC One. And it is nothing short of a killer device. So what’s so special about this phone that Apple and Samsung fanboys need to know about? Read on for more details on the new device.
Google’s inspirational wireless Nexus 4 charger is now available via Google Play for $59.99. Google expects to begin shipping orders in less than a week. It looks like half of a ball. The design appears to be quite sleek at first glance. The charger weighs just 130g and has a charging time of approximately 4 hours. Read More
Google has made a change in its payment schedule which now means that Google Play developers will be paid 15 days after the month ends. Google will holding onto developer payments for long this time as it plans to introduce “new forms of payment”. Read More
Although Google has been accused of copying the design and style of Apple products a lot of times (consider Android), today The Loop posted some stunning pictures that clearly indicate the way in which Google is ripping off the iTunes music design and using it in their Google search results. Read More
For Q4 2012, Google announced today that the company made $14.4 billion revenue and a $2.89B profit. A $14.4 billion revenue is 36% better compared to last year. Only $5.99 billion of the total $14.4 billion revenue came in from the US while the rest was international business. Read More
Google’s been hard at work to build some amazing Apps for iOS. This time, Google has unveiled the YouTube Capture App for iOS that allows you to capture life’s precious moments right from your iPhone and upload it on YouTube and share it via multiple social networks from right within the App. Read More