While Google+ may not be the Facebook killer we all assumed it could be, it has a place. More importantly, it has a place in many different locations. Google+ was always meant to be the social spine running through all Google services, and is shaping itself in that mold.
Twitter is said to be working on an “experience” for Google Glass, which probably involves an app.
Facebook is currently testing hashtags and will look to add them at some point in the future, according to sources cited in a recent WSJ report.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 generated a lot of online buzz both during and after its official announcement, resulting in almost 90,000 mentions online in one hour.
One of the most popular camera and photo sharing apps for Android is Instagram — downloaded more than a million times in less than a day when it was launched in April last year. Already a big hit on iOS, Instagram for Android has created a huge ripple among Android users. Although the app sports simple controls and settings, many users still scratch their heads in wonder as to how the app works and what wonders it can provide. In this guide, I’ll show you how to use Instagram on Android. It is very easy to set up and it…
Vine is hiring a lead Android engineer, which suggests an Android variant of the short video sharing app that launched on iOS might be in the works.
According to Salesforce Marketing Cloud, the Xperia Z was the post talked about product at this years CES expo.
Social networking sites have become essential parts of some people’s lives. Keeping connected to friends and family using the Internet is now one of the activities one cannot afford to skip out on, most especially when the Internet is accessible anywhere and everywhere. Settling for just one social networking site today is not that common anymore; the more social networking sites you maintain, the more chances of not missing out on anything your friends or the whole community is currently into. With that said, news feeds are definitely important. Want an easier way to access not only your Facebook news…
Popular magazine-style social news reader Flipboard is launching an update to its Android app. According to Inside Flipboard, its latest app release lets users “add a soundtrack to their flipping.”
Mobile is the future. And mobile is the key to Facebook’s success. Those were the exact words used by Mark Zuckerberg more than once in statements and interviews given during the past few months, despite him also saying that FB is not planning to release a smartphone of its own.