Kaspersky Released Free Antivirus For Android

Kaspersky Released Free Antivirus For Android

Kaspersky released a free version of their top-notch Android Mobile Security Suite. It was previously available in two version, one for the Mobile device and another for Tablet. But both version were premium. This is their first free version, which comes with a lot of basic feature. User could upgrade it to a paid version, but this Lite version comes with good featured packed. Here we have details.

By On March 26, 2013 2 Responses
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Google Finally Releases Google Keep, Ready To Compete Evernote

Google Finally Releases Google Keep, Ready To Compete Evernote

Google has finally launched its note-taking, list-keeping app, which we saw a few days ago after an apparently accidental leak. The app is being touted as ‘Google Keep’ and may be a direct competition for the likes of Evernote as well as Pinterest.

By On March 21, 2013 1 Response
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Facebook Release New iOS App With Better Group Messaging

Facebook Release New iOS App With Better Group Messaging

Facebook has released a minor update for its iPhone and iPad app with the version 5.6. This update brings some improvements to Group Messaging and allows to change the cover photo from iPhone.

By On March 19, 2013 Respond
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WhatsApp Planning To Bring Subscription Model To The iOS App

WhatsApp Planning To Bring Subscription Model To The iOS App

There is a significant different between the iOS version and other available versions of WhatsApp. iOS users pay a one-time fee whereas users on other mobile platform have to pay an annual subscription fee. However, WhatsApp is now planning to change this by also implementing a subscription model for its iOS users.

By On March 19, 2013 Respond
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[Review] Let’s Create! Pottery HD Game

[Review] Let’s Create! Pottery HD Game

Infinite Dreams Inc. presents Let’s create! Pottery HD is an innovative game where you have to create pottery with your fingers from molding the clay on the virtual wheel, burn it in the kiln and then paint it with all your artistic talent. That’s how you can create your own pottery to sell and raise money which can be used for buying dozens of colors and brushes available on the game. We have few promo codes for this game, keep reading to find out how.

By On March 16, 2013 4 Responses
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Twitter Unveiled Native Windows 8 App, Features A Few Unique Add-ons

Twitter Unveiled Native Windows 8 App, Features A Few Unique Add-ons

According to its commitment months ago, Twitter has released the native Windows 8 app. This Windows 8 App version comes with usual Twitter features and a few unique add-ons. This app has been designed uniquely for Windows 8 devices.

By On March 14, 2013 Respond
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Google Shows Off Apps For Google Glass, Including Gmail

Google Shows Off Apps For Google Glass, Including Gmail

Google is really starting to set the wheels in motion for its upcoming Google Glass offering. The company has been ramping up the hype surrounding the product and during the SXSW event, the company went forth to show off a number of apps that can run on Google Glass. These include Gmail as well as other third-party apps.

By On March 13, 2013 Respond
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Leaked Video Hints At Google Now For iOS Soon

Leaked Video Hints At Google Now For iOS Soon

Google’s increasingly popular Android tool, Google Now, has been making a lot of headlines lately. The search giant has pushed it aggressively to become a Siri alternative in the realm of Android and it is attracting raving reviews. Now, a leaked video hints that Google may be ready to launch an iOS version of Google Now.

By On March 13, 2013 Respond
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Samsung Still Working On Fix For Galaxy S3 LockScreen Bug, Lookout Releases One Already

Samsung Still Working On Fix For Galaxy S3 LockScreen Bug, Lookout Releases One Already

Lockscreen bypass bug in Samsung Galaxy S III was noted a while ago, but the company is yet to dish out an update to patch it. Meanwhile, Lookout has risen up to the task and presented a solution of its own which is quite effective and takes care of the security loophole.

By On March 13, 2013 1 Response
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Bang With Friends Launches Special SXSW Page

Bang With Friends Launches Special SXSW Page

A significant number of technology journalists are present at the SXSW event this year, naturally there to cover tech analysis from experts and such. The team behind ‘Bang With Friends’ seem to be using the occasion to help SXSW attendees hook up with each other and have…fun.

By On March 11, 2013 1 Response
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No Firefox For iOS Until Apple Changes Policy For Third-Party Rendering Engines

No Firefox For iOS Until Apple Changes Policy For Third-Party Rendering Engines

It is strange to note that in the ongoing war of anti-competition lawsuits, Apple hasn’t been targeted on its strange policy towards third-party browsers for iOS devices. The Mozilla team has cited that until Apple lets it use its own rendering engine, it wouldn’t be releasing any Firefox for iOS.

By On March 10, 2013 Respond
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Instagram Arriving On Windows Phone 8, Nokia Accidentally Leaked The News

Instagram Arriving On Windows Phone 8, Nokia Accidentally Leaked The News

Instagram is finally arriving on Windows Phone smartphones. It is neither a rumor nor a guess. Mobile maker Nokia has leaked the news. Details inside.

By On March 6, 2013 Respond
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Canadian Android Users Get Free Voice Call Feature Through Facebook Messenger

Canadian Android Users Get Free Voice Call Feature Through Facebook Messenger

Facebook Messenger is the most common app that every Android user keep in their devices. And now it seems like Facebook is planning to dominate the communication space. The social network has updated its Messenger For Android and added VoIP calling for Canadian users.

By On March 6, 2013 Respond
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Android Users Get Access To Hundreds Of Paid Apps Via Mobiroo Monthly Subscription

Android Users Get Access To Hundreds Of Paid Apps Via Mobiroo Monthly Subscription

Buying paid apps, especially when you want to have many of them, can be expensive. And if you have only short-term use for them, it also looks like wasting money. A Canadian startup, Mobiroo, has offered an innovative solution in this regard to Android users who can get access to hundreds of top, paid apps through Mobiroo’s monthly subscription.

By On March 5, 2013 Respond
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5 Year Old Kid Spends Over $2500 In 15 Minutes On iTunes

5 Year Old Kid Spends Over $2500 In 15 Minutes On iTunes

Kids can fell their parents into big trouble, even when they are playing innocently. Five year old British child Danny Kitchen has proved that. Recently this 5 year old genius spent his parents’ £1,700 (about $2,550) on purchasing iTunes app within 15 minutes for playing “free games” on iPad and fell their parents into big “trouble”. Details inside.

By On March 2, 2013 Respond
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