This month, while you prepare yourself for the next big social network, don’t forget to blow the candles for Vine’s first year and to stay under the NSA’s radar. And since virtual currency is taking over the world, why shouldn’t smartphones intrude a little more in your life?
Now get used to reading your Facebook news in the old paper-like style and to having all your questions answered, while Nokia is fraternizing with the enemy. And is resurrecting Winamp really a good way to boost streaming efforts?
We’re all familiar with the astronomic NSA scandal last year (if you’re not, get out of your cave!)… if there was a way to get off the radar, would you try it? Silent Circle promises secure communications.
Serving as a successful complementary tool for Twitter, Vine just turned one this month, and we are all excited to see what new features will older and wiser bring us… So happy anniversary, Vine!
For those of you who thought the Bitcoin concept was pretty in theory but a bit hazardous, we have news for you: eBay it’s taking it seriously and will add it to the paying methods… still skeptic?
If you think smartphones aren’t intruding enough in your everyday life (we know you do), you should know that Apple is set to take over your car…
Despite being in the final state of selling its soul to Microsoft, we hear that Nokia is fraternizing with the enemy… Could this be real?
Remember Winamp? Yeah, we can hardly remember it too… but now they found a rescuer to restore their former glory and make it memorable again.
Placing a bet on the altruistic side of humans (we know you have it in you, too), Jelly will try to never leave you in doubt… But will the greater good win?
All recent news say that teenagers are starting to flee Facebook, in search for a better place… but where will they go instead? Could We Heart It be their place of refuge?
In a larger initiative to expand their horizons, Facebook Creative Labs decided to get a little crazy this year and start creating standalone apps… so meet Paper.
When you enter a battle, you usually need an army of well built weapons… How about pretty colored, Android-skinned, Intel cored devices? Will that count? Not even if they come cheap?