Facebook will unveil a new homescreen for Android on Thursday, making the social network a central element of a user's device, while HTC is also set to launch a Facebook phone to support the new software launch.
A teenager from the UK has made millions of pounds after Yahoo acquired the app he created.
Apple has blamed Australian record labels, films studios and TV networks for the significantly higher prices in the country for digital downloads compared to the US.
YouTube just announced that they officially broke the one billion active user per month mark. This would make YouTube one of the two most actively visited websites on the Internet today.
Adobe Systems Inc. beat the predictions for 2013 first-quarter sales, amassing a $1.01 billion profit. According to analysts, the company’s fiscal success was due to web-software marketing and Creative Cloud subscriptions.
The European Space Agency (ESA) is looking for citizens to help it fly robotic aircraft, in efforts to improve the reliability of space flight.
The South Korean-based LG has developed a new type of eye tracking software that will soon be available on the Optimus G Pro series of smartphones. LG is the first electronics maker to bring this type of technology to market.
Google is developing a new series of creative experiments called Art, Copy & Code, with the first being social driving app Volkswagen Smileage.
Yahoo’s CEO Marissa Mayer has been working overtime looking for ways for Yahoo to remain a top competitor. She just recently axed seven unsuccessful products offered by Yahoo and has dozens more she wants to end as well.
Adobe has launched the Photoshop Touch app for smartphones, letting iPhone and Android users employ touch-based gestures for image design and manipulation on the go.
Spotify, which is an Internet streaming music service, has joined up with Ford Motor Company in an effort to allow customers to use the music service in their cars and trucks equipped with SYNC.
Researchers have launched a smartphone into orbit in order to the test whether or not anyone can hear you scream in space.
Apple has agreed to pay compensation to parents in the US over in-app purchases made by children without their permission.
Mozilla will be introducing their operating system for smart phones this July. Firefox OS equipped smartphones will be the first built entirely to open Web standards, allowing for HTML5 application development.
More mobile devices are being used today for surfing the web or interacting on social media sites than ever before. A new report from the global information company, NPD Group, shows that consumers are venturing away from the PC for basic Internet browsing, and entertainment.
Research In Motion (RIM), now known as BlackBerry, has launched its highly anticipated BlackBerry 10 operating system, along with two new smartphones, the BlackBerry Z10 and BlackBerry Q10.
NASA has announced the second International Space Apps Challenge, which tasks developers with coming up with mobile applications, software, hardware, data visualisation and platform solutions that contribute to space exploration or improve life on Earth.
Facebook is letting users of its iPhone app make calls in the US for free over Wi-Fi or cellular networks, and is planning to roll out the feature for Android and BlackBerry.
Facebook has added voice to its independent messenger app, and experimenting with VoIP in Canada. They are also offering a new advanced developer feature called ‘flexible sentences’ that will help modify sentence structure.
Samsung has released their latest version of the popular SMS app, ChatON v. 2.0, which is now up for grab in Google Play.