eBay has updated its iOS app and the latest version comes with few significant changes which enhance the user experience.
The user interface of the app has been tweaked and the application now has a much simpler and smoother UI. The update also brings an improved last minute bidding process, larger photo views and the ability to checkout multiple items at a time with the new eBay shopping cart in the United States and United Kingdom. Read more »
Sony Pictures Entertainment has bagged the worldwide distribution rights of the much anticipated Angry Birds movie. The 3D animated film in the making is being developed, produced and financed by Rovio, the creators of the popular Angry Birds franchise.
Sony will be releasing the movie worldwide on July 1, 2016. The upcoming flick will be the first step into the feature films after the company marked its entry to the television industry with its weekly Angry Birds Toons animated series. Read more »
Nokia announced its Lumia 925 smartphone just a few days ago and the device created a buzz among the tech enthusiasts with its specifications and features. Nokia Lumia 925 was unveiled in Black, White and Grey, which is one color version more than most other high-end phones get at launch. However, it looks like the smartphone might soon be available in even more color combinations
The yellow version of the Lumia 925 has been found on the Nokia’s future talent Facebook page so it might be joining the lineup in the future. Read more »
The packaging of the fourth-generation Galaxy S smartphone earned the UL Platinum certification for its eco-friendliness and now, the Samsung 2013 flagship device has been TCO certified for being environmentally friendly.
The TCO Development foundation is mainly focused on the sustainability in the IT sector and the firm has found that the Samsung Galaxy S4 to comply with all its criteria, so it is the first smartphone to get certified by TCO. Read more »
Google+ has been one of the services that got a major update following the Google I/O keynote speech today. The social network now has a redesigned UI with a new stream, which is all about design and depth. Google has taken the multi-column design from the mobile devices and has brought it to the desktop, making the interface beautiful and dynamic.
The photos and videos in the design span multiple columns that are fast, fluid and fun. Google has also introduced delightful animations throughout its new design. Read more »
Google was rumored to unveil its own music streaming service and the internet giants has chosen its I/O event for its debut. The company officially launched an on-demand service called “Google Play Music All Access”.
The Spotify competitor features millions of songs that can be played instantly. The service offers you songs by personal recommendations and also allows you to have your own playlists and chats. Read more »
Realmac software, the creator of the popular Clear to-do app, has launched a new iPhone photography software called Analog Camera.
The newly built photography app features a simple user interface and comes with a set of filters for post-processing. The application is built on the existing Analog for Mac program, but with a much simpler and smoother UI. Read more »
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 is rumored for a while now and the tablet was found in the AnTuTu benchmark database a few days ago. Now, the device has been officially listed in the Bluetooth.org website, hinting that its launch might just be around the corner.
The model number of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 is confirmed to be GT-P5200 and the listing also reveals the existence of the LTE model. Read more »
Archos has launched its ChefPad, a tablet that is designed exclusively for cooking enthusiasts. The slate comes with few dedicated apps, which is bound to be your virtually cooking assistant.
Archos ChefPad sports a 9.7″ display with a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels and is powered by a 1.6 GHz dual-core processor along with 1 GB of RAM. Read more »
Mozilla has launched a new version of its Firefox browser for Windows, Mac and Linux. The Mozilla Firefox 21 comes with an added Social API support, which allows the social networks to integrate straight into your browser.
According to Mozilla, the Social API has the potential for integrating social networks, e-mails, finance, music, cloud possibilities, services, to-do lists, sports, news and other applications for your enhanced Firefox experience. Read more »
Sharp, one of the major component suppliers for Apple will be entering a three-year rehabilitation program in a bid to survive after losing $5.4 billion in the last fiscal year, according to a report from Reuters.
Sharp as a part of its rehabilitation will work closely with Samsung and will the company is expected to involve with the technologies used in the displays for mobile phones. Read more »
Sony announced the younger sibling of Xperia Z, the Xperia ZR earlier in the day. And as the tradition goes on such occasions, the first promo videos of the waterproof and dust-resistant smartphone are now live.
The first video ad of the Xperia ZR talkes about the experience of underwater filming in Full HD resolution. The commercial also promotes the sleek design of the smartphone along with its single touch sharing feature. Read more »
Skype’s BlackBerry Z10 version leaked a few weeks ago and now, the app is officially available in the BlackBerry World.
Skype for BlackBerry Z10 comes with the ability to send pictures, videos and files to any of your contacts. The app also allows you to talk to your Windows Live Messenger friends on Skype. Read more »
HTC HD2 has been one of the most developer friendly devices for a long time now. The smartphone was launched with Windows Mobile on board and later, the device was hacked to run everything from Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, through Ubuntu to Windows RT.
Now, the developers have ported the recently launched Firefox OS to run on HTC HD2. Unfortunately, the ported OS has a few issues with SIM not being detected, low volume, camera and mass storage for now. Read more »
Earlier, the APK teardown of the MyGlass application had suggested that a new Android gaming service from Google was on the way. Now, the official APK of the Google Play Games has been leaked ahead of Google I/O.
The teardown of the MyGlass app had showed us that the service would include real time and turn based multiplayer, in-game chat, leader boards, invitations, lobbies and achievements. Read more »