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[KickStarter] CoreVia Connect – A New, Intuitive App For Remote Desktop Use

[KickStarter] CoreVia Connect – A New, Intuitive App For Remote Desktop Use

Using remote desktop clients on tablets so that you can access your PC or Mac is a really useful feature, especially if you have to work across multiple machines. However, once you reach the desktop of your PC or Mac via such an app, the tablet screen is too small to accommodate the whole view. CoreVia team has devised a cool new solution for this.

By On March 14, 2013 Respond
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Updated Dropbox Desktop Client Is Here With Real-Time Notifications, Better File Sharing

Updated Dropbox Desktop Client Is Here With Real-Time Notifications, Better File Sharing

The Dropbox team has pushed out an update for their desktop client. The update arrives with a number of new features, such as real-time notifications as well as easier and quicker file-sharing options.

By On March 13, 2013 Respond
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Gmail’s Web App For Mobile Devices And Offline App For Chrome Gets Updated

Gmail’s Web App For Mobile Devices And Offline App For Chrome Gets Updated

Google has rolled out an update for the Gmail web app for mobile devices as well as its offline app for Chrome users. The update has much to do with the looks, which the company has made neater, simpler and less cluttered.

By On March 12, 2013 Respond
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Release Candidate For Bootstrap 3 Is Here, Built On A ‘Mobile First’ Philosophy

Release Candidate For Bootstrap 3 Is Here, Built On A ‘Mobile First’ Philosophy

We have been waiting about the next release of the popular front-end framework for web development, Bootstrap. While Bootstrap 3 hasn’t exactly been released yet, the candidate preview of the new version is up. And the creators behind the framework tell us that this time, they have included mobile-support right into the code.

By On March 11, 2013 Respond
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Dropbox Handles 1 Billion New Files Every Day

Dropbox Handles 1 Billion New Files Every Day

Dropbox may have only 100 million users, but these users save 1 billion users every day on the online storage service. This stat came out in a presentation by Dropbox’s CEO Drew Houston.

By On February 28, 2013 Respond
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Google Drive Starts Offering File Previews

Google Drive Starts Offering File Previews

Google Drive is used by a huge number of users. It is often meant to store an online copy of important documents so that they can be accessed easily from anywhere by logging in to the Google account. Now, the service has started offering file previews which essentially let you find the files you’re looking for more easily.

By On February 22, 2013 Respond
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Click A Taxi Reaches 50 Countries, Updates Mobile Apps

Click A Taxi Reaches 50 Countries, Updates Mobile Apps

In recent years, we have seen a number of taxi networks tied to mobile apps and thus offering a unique transport solution. However, among such many services, Click A Taxi is the only company that can boast to be truly global, having expanded itself to 50 countries now. The company has now dished out redesigned mobile apps.

By On February 9, 2013 Respond
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Instagram Launches Photo Feeds For The Web

Instagram Launches Photo Feeds For The Web

Many of us have used Instagram on our mobile devices via Instagram’s mobile apps. The experience includes the critically important feature of being able to view photo feeds from people we follow. Instagram has now announced the same feature for its web version too.

By On February 7, 2013 Respond
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Google Drive Now Lets Developers Host HTML Websites

Google Drive Now Lets Developers Host HTML Websites

Yesterday, Google announced that it will allow users to “create and share hosted websites” via Google Drive. The service won’t support web applications like Google app Engine does, instead it would serve HTML, JavaScript and CSS files.

By On February 6, 2013 1 Response
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Google Forms Refreshed, Adds Real Time Collaboration And Smarter Editing Features

Google Forms Refreshed, Adds Real Time Collaboration And Smarter Editing Features

Google Forms is a very useful tool to help people send out a survey, give students a quiz, or collect other information in an easy, streamlined way. Recently, Google has released a more robust powerful version of Google Forms. The new version of Google Forms has new features, including the ability to collaborate in real-time.

By On February 4, 2013 Respond
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Developers Submit 15,000 New BlackBerry 10 Apps Within 38 Hours

Developers Submit 15,000 New BlackBerry 10 Apps Within 38 Hours

RIM is positioning itself to finally launch its BlackBerry 10 devices with a bang. The company is all set to unveil the much-anticipated and much-touted BB10 devices within the next few weeks. And to complement the launch, the company is actively bolstering its apps collection, having recently received nearly 15,000 apps submissions in less than two days.

By On January 15, 2013 Respond
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Blekko Launches Izik – The First Tablet-Oriented Search Engine

Blekko Launches Izik – The First Tablet-Oriented Search Engine

Currently, the web search arena is predominantly occupied by Google. Microsoft’s Bing also has a sizeable share of the market. Both Google and Bing primarily follow directory-oriented format, being meant for desktop PCs at the time of their inception. Blekko now intends to compete with them by launching Izik, the first tablet-oriented search engine.

By On January 6, 2013 Respond
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Google Maps Not Supported On Windows Phone Due To No WebKit Usage

Google Maps Not Supported On Windows Phone Due To No WebKit Usage

Relations between Microsoft and Google haven’t exactly been amicable. In fact, in recent times, they have soured all the more due to somewhat of a feud between Bing and Google search as well as several other issues. Now, it has turned out that Google Maps can’t be accessed on Windows Phone devices because their default browser doesn’t use WebKit.

By On January 5, 2013 Respond
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Apps Sharing Locational Data Must Be More Explicit, Says Senator

Apps Sharing Locational Data Must Be More Explicit, Says Senator

A number of apps tend to keep tabs on your locational data. This data is then sold to other third parties who would normally use it for their own advertisement and marketing purposes. U.S. Senator, Al Franken, wants such apps to get explicit permission from users before sharing information about their location.

By On December 16, 2012 Respond
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Feud Arises Between Apple And Microsoft Over SkyDrive iOS App Revenue

Feud Arises Between Apple And Microsoft Over SkyDrive iOS App Revenue

It has been a while since Microsoft last updated its SkyDrive app for iOS. Many had considered it a usual case of delayed updates but TNW has now claimed that the delay is in lieu of a behind-the-scenes feud between Apple and Microsoft over the sharing of revenue generated from the SkyDrive iOS app.

By On December 12, 2012 4 Responses
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