Migme, a social entertainment platform focused on emerging markets, has launched a developer program that gives developers access to the platform's functionality, as well as its growing user base. The APIs give full access, opening up the opportunities to innovate further and to tap into new markets to grow revenue.
The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode Earlier this week we released our iMore best of 2014 awards and now we're getting together to read them out loud and offer some expanded thoughts and commentary. Show More Summary
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There's no shortage of great websites, apps and programs available on the Internet. Some, however, rise above the rest Your 2014 list of our 11 most useful tools of 2014 covers everything from creating charts to making your computer screen a little easier on the eyes. Show More Summary
Electronics giant wants to clip a computer to your specs Sony has unveiled a headset display that snaps on to a pair of glasses a la Google Glass.…
As a small-business owner, you may not have the budget to purchase industry leading software, however you still want to process images and photos for your website or offline media. These feature rich photo editing applications are capable...Show More Summary
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is a unique Android smartphone thanks to its curved display. Samsung puts the extra pixels to good use, but it could have done a lot more. Here is Phone Scoop's full review.
Join Darrell Etherington, Kyle Russell and Greg Kumparak as we chat about the Pebble gaining support for Android Wear interactive notifications, the Asus ZenWatch and the Sony Smartwatch 3. We also get a little bit futurist with ourShow More Summary
Hours after it was reported that the four biggest movie theater chains in the United States would not show Seth Rogen and James Franco’s film The Interview, Sony Pictures formally announced that it has decided to cancel the release of the film, which was set to open in theaters on December 25th. Developing…
I've run out of fingers and toes to keep track of all the Plague Inc. [$0.99] updates, as today the tenth major update for the game has been released. The update includes two brand new scenarios, one about the upcoming Christmas holiday and one which uses portals. For the holiday one, called Santa's Little Helper,
The Amway Center, home of the Orlando Magic of the National Basketball Association, will become the league's first team to offer fans the ability to complete transactions with Apple Pay on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
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Snapchat co-founder and CEO Evan Spiegel released a powerful statement today on privacy, a day after the latest batch of emails released in the massive Sony Pictures hack exposed the inbox of Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton. Since...Show More Summary
T-Mobile has made a Thing out of their new promotional announcements, running with the Uncarrier moniker and turning it into a series of events aimed at separating them from the rest of the Big Four. To their credit, the Uncarrier campaign...Show More Summary
Google recently updated the Google Drive app for both the Android and iOS platforms. The Android version gains support for Google Now-style voice search to help find files. Both versions gain support for a wider range of imported file formats. Show More Summary
Just before going to see the final Hobbit movie, familiarize yourself with the vastly complex mythology of The Lord of The Rings universe. If you don’t feel like going through The Silmarillion, this is the video to watch. [CGP Grey] The post The Lord of the Rings Mythology in a Nutshell [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Late Tuesday, word broke that Apple is suspending all online product sales in Russia. Apple points to “extreme” ruble fluctuations as the reason for its action, which comes as other multinational companies similarly explore how massive currency swings should be addressed in their business operations. The iPhone and iPad maker stopped sales from its Web […]
Yes, it’s true that we only have two weeks and some change left in 2014, but — hey, where are you going? Come back — it’ll be OK, I promise! Believe it or not, you still have time to put together a powerful content marketing strategy that will rock the house in 2015! It really boils down to answering six key questions.