The Best Creative Photo Editing Apps for iOS and Android

Published on :

BRANCHING OUT For social following you’ll need to some next-level photo art apps – and luckily we’ve gathered the best new ones for iOS and Android here. Whether you want to turn your snaps into abstract Cubist pieces or see them transformed into little oil-based Cézannes, these are the apps to […]

Apple previews new emoji coming later this year

Published on :

In celebration of World Emoji Day, Apple is sharing some of the new emoji coming to iOS, macOS and watchOS later this year. With thousands of emoji available on iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac, there are many ways to add personality to every message. New emoji include Woman with […]

The Westernization of Emoji

Published on :

The takeout box and the fortune cookie are perceived as emblems of Chinese culture, when they’re actually central to the American experience of it. When the restaurant Fortune Cookie opened in Shanghai, in 2013, local patrons were mystified. The food was Chinese, but also not Chinese at all. Crab rangoon, […]

Facebook’s new Moments app powered by artificial intelligence

Published on :

Facebook Moments uses facial recognition to send friends your photos they’re in The days of taking one group picture with different phones may be over thanks to a new app from Facebook. Released in the US Monday, Facebook’s standalone “Moments” app will allow photos taken at an event or outing […]

Microsoft’s Cortana Makes Nice With Rivals

Published on :

Microsoft’s Cortana Is Coming to iOS, Android Devices Microsoft’s sassy virtual personal assistant Cortana will soon be staking out a spot on competing platforms. Joe Belfiore, head of Microsoft’s operating systems group, announced in a blog post today that Cortana will be available as an option on Android and iOS […]

Google Inc Updates Hangouts Chrome App

Published on :

Google has introduced the updated layout for Hangouts’ Chrome App, inspired by Android Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOGL) just announced in a Google+ post, the updated Hangouts Chrome App, heading towards a more Android inspired interface. It has made the update available for users of most major desktop operating systems, like Mac […]

New Facebook app Riff lets you make viral videos with friends

Published on :

Facebook launched a new mobile app on Wednesday called Riff. With Riff, friends can collaborate on videos together by adding their own clips to the same project. Snapchat has a similar feature called Stories, a collection of footage from events put together by the disappearing messaging app. With Riff, Facebook […]

Apple Introduces ResearchKit, Giving Medical Researchers the Tools to Revolutionize Medical Studies

Published on :

New Apps to Aid Research on Asthma, Breast Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes & Parkinson’s Disease SAN FRANCISCO—March 9, 2015—Apple® today announced ResearchKit™, an open source software framework designed for medical and health research, helping doctors and scientists gather data more frequently and more accurately from participants using iPhone® apps. World-class […]

YouTube has a new app just for kids

Published on :

Google is releasing a sanitized YouTube app just for kids. Called YouTube Kids, the Android app only plays age-appropriate videos and has a simplified design that even young children who can’t read will be able to navigate. The app, which will carry ads, will be available in the U.S. from […]

Apple Changes App Pricing Worldwide

Published on :

Apple Inc. (AAPL) changed the prices of software applications from Canada to Europe last week, in one of the company’s broadest global responses to currency fluctuations in recent years. With the U.S. dollar rising, Apple earlier last week told software makers selling programs through its online App Store that it’s […]