This month, as Yahoo launched their big gun – Axis -and joined the browser war, Motorola got a new chance to shine, while Twitter innovated their interface, making us Thirst-y for more.
And after waiting for so long, get ready to meet Siri on wheels and start shooting with some really Angry Birds as you’re wondering who’s Popularity’s favorite this year…
Is the Cloud at risk after all?
As if choosing a web browser wasn’t hard enough, Yahoo launched their big gun – Axis – and joined the browser war… But are they a worthy opponent?
Since Facebook found a chic way to display your timeline, it was only a matter of time until Twitter innovated their interface as well… Thirsty for more?
Can’t escape you smartphone addiction even when you’re driving? This can’t be safe… but with Dragon Drive, soon it will be. Think of it as Siri on wheels.
After patiently waiting for so long, you can finally stop holding your breath: Rovio’s Angry Birds Friends (aka the FB app) is out of beta. So start shooting!
After the first wave of excitement about NFC enabled devices, MasterCard finally certified 17 smartphones to use for contactless payment. Ready to shop?
With all these communication platforms and entertainment websites, popularity is an unfaithful mistress… and now she’s favoring iHeartRadio.
The war between Oracle and Google might be soon over, but the worries are far from that, continuously rising… Could an Oracle win create a precedent, putting the Cloud at risk?
After three years of unremarkable presence on the international market, Google gives Motorola a chance to shine again. But will they rise to the occasion?
In the matters of innovation, Teknision’s Chameleon is really going to spice up the Android tablet user experience, aiming to amaze us with interchanging home screen displays. Not until September, though.
Now that sharing everything with you friends is the new religion, images no longer suffice for sharing everyday moments, so videos are taking over. Didn’t sign up yet? Here’s how…