Joaquim Vergès, developer of Falcon Pro 3, rewrote the app from the ground up in a mere three weeks. He recently gave a presentation outlining his writing process, shortcuts used and much more.
Facebook wants to challenge Twitter and try to lure people to use the social networking service while watching a live event.
Twitter is receiving a couple of big features today – users are now able to conduct direct message group chats and upload clips straight from the app, without having to switch to the Twitter-owned Vine.
The developer of the popular third party Twitter app, Falcon Pro, has just released a new Material Design version of the app to the Play Store. While functionality is pretty limited so far, Falcon Pro 3 is one of the prettier Twitter apps we’ve ever used.
Plume, the veteran third party Twitter client, is getting a taste of Material Design in the Beta channel today.
Samsung is introducing a video service that allows consumers to find videos online.
Audi will be expanding 4G LTE availability for selected vehicles.
A new Droid device (or devices) could be coming to market very soon, an event that is usually signaled by Verizon’s @DroidLanding Twitter account.
Sprint is soon to offer a $12-a-month plan that allows subscribers to connect ONLY to Facebook OR Twitter. For an additional $5, subscribers would get unlimited streaming of a music app of their choice.
Historically, Nielsen measured TV ratings through a specific 25,000 television sets. However, the growing use of computers, smartphones and tablets to watch TV shows has caused... a growing view that Nielson was not getting a true view of the markets TV habits.
Recently, Nielson announced that they are partnering with Facebook to track TV viewing habits of US consumers. A...