Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Feedly Announces Feedly Cloud

As we are nearing the end of Google Reader, more and more companies are pushing out their successor to Google Reader. Now it is Feedly's turn to show off what they've...

Larry Page’s New Google

This afternoon during Google's fourth quarter earnings report, Google's leaders announced that Eric Schmidt will be stepping down as CEO and Larry Page will replace him starting April 4 of this...

Publicis Merges With Omnicom To Form World’s Biggest Ad Company

The world's second-largest advertising company, New York-based Omnicom, and the third largest, Paris-based Publicis, have announced their plans to merge. Together, they will become the world's largest advertising company with...

Amazon Expands In-App Purchases To Sell Physical Goods

While apps have in-app purchases to expand the app functionality and features, they never had the ability to break the software barrier and expand to more places than just inside the...

Would You Pay To Watch Hulu?

Hulu's subscription plan is in the early stages of development, and while online streaming is a huge time saver when you get to choose when you watch your shows,...

SOPA Bill Put on Hold and Dying Out

After many websites, including Wikipedia, Reddit, Google, The Cheezburger network, and our website, black out on Wednesday to protest the SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Piracy Act) and PIPA (Protect IP...

Amazon Apologies For Downtime On Christmas Eve

Amazon, the company that operates the server for Netflix streaming service with its Amazon Web Services, apologized for the massive distributions on December 24, 2012. Although it apologized for the downtime of its service, Amazon...
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Hands On: Apple – iWork for iOS – Numbers (on iOS 7)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0HPcqImjOs Numbers, in the past it was an alright spreadsheet program, but after the recent announcements by Apple it has gotten a whole lot better. Apple's iOS app was lacking some features...
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The Problem With DLC

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4-tz_-4uuQ

Cloud Access From Amazon Web Services Free!

Starting November 1, new Amazon Web Services users will be able to try out Amazon's cloud web service for free! Amazon just revealed a free usage program for its Amazon Web Services....

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