5 Steve Jobs Videos You Must Watch

Steve Jobs changed the world. He was an awesome story teller. The best story teller ever. He presented his products with such great passion that the products became extremely intimate. He made every product magical. He had magic. Ah, pure magic. As October 5th nears, there are some of his videos that you must watch. They are embedded below – Read More

Watch – John Lasseter Pays Tribute to Steve Jobs

Flashback. John Lasseter pays tribute to the great Steve Jobs. Chief Creative Officer at Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios, John’s name was added on the Hollywood Star Walk of Fame some time ago and he made sure to give credit to Steve Jobs. Steve Jobs cofounded Pixar and only asked one thing from John, “Make it great”. Read More

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Official YouTube App Hits The App Store

Google has finally made an official YouTube App available on the App Store. Starting with iOS 6, Apple decided to remove the default YouTube client on iOS and today, Google has responded to that by coming up with a native YouTube App for iOS devices. The App is way better than the standard client or even the website. And it would make Google a lot more money. Read More

Two New iPhone 4S TV Ads Spotted

Two new TV Ads for the iPhone 4S along with Siri have been spotted, but this time, one ad features Samuel L. Jackson and the other one, Zooey Deschanel. In both the 30-second commercials, the actors are found playing with Siri as they ask her questions related to hotel, weather and reminders which Siri responds instantaneously. Read More

Google Uploads Google Offers Video For Businesses

Google is trying to capture the daily deals market with Google Offers and so far, it has been working amazingly well. Today, Google uploaded two new videos on YouTube demonstrating how Google Offers for small businesses works. In the first video, Google explains the whole concept of Google Offers whereby merchants can set up their own personal offer page and even work with the Google Offers team to help expand their business. Google will charge 20% of the sale your make via their platform. Read More