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Apple Rolls Out iOS 7.0.2 to Fix Lock Screen Passcode Security Flaw

Apple Rolls Out iOS 7.0.2 to Fix Lock Screen Passcode Security Flaw

A minor update to iOS 7 was released today, fixing a bug that allowed those in the know to bypass the lock screen without entering a passcode and access some of... »

Google Analytics to Drop Internet Explorer 8 Support at the End of 2013

Google Analytics to Drop Internet Explorer 8 Support at the End of 2013

Google today announced that its Analytics service will stop supporting Internet Explorer 8 at the end of the year. As a result, Google Analytics users will only... »

Google Play Services 3.2 arrives for Android with improved Maps and more

Google Play Services 3.2 arrives for Android with improved Maps and more

Google today released Google Play Services 3.2 for Android devices around the world. Among the improvements are better performance, greater power savings, as we... »

Google Unveils New Guidelines and PageSpeed Insights tool to Help Site Owners Optimize for Mobile

Google Unveils New Guidelines and PageSpeed Insights tool to Help Site Owners Optimize for Mobile

Google today announced new guidelines and an updated PageSpeed Insights tool to help webmasters optimize their mobile pages for best rendering performance. In s... »

Microsoft releases IE11 Developer Preview for Windows 7

Microsoft releases IE11 Developer Preview for Windows 7

Microsoft today released its developer preview version of Internet Explorer 11(IE11) for those devices running its Windows 7 operating system. In doing so, the ... »

Google is Developing a Chrome Remote Desktop App for Android Called Chromoting

Google is Developing a Chrome Remote Desktop App for Android Called Chromoting

Google is building a Chrome remote desktop app, which lets you access other computers or another user access your computer over the Internet, for Android. The n... »

Coinsetter Aims to Launch its Bitcoin Trading Platform in July

Coinsetter Aims to Launch its Bitcoin Trading Platform in July

Emerging from the spectral edge of online financial markets comes Bitcoin, a crypto-currency that uses a peer-to-peer (P2P) network to process a growing amount ... »

Feedly Launches Cloud Platform and Web Version with One-click Migration from Google Reader

Feedly Launches Cloud Platform and Web Version with One-click Migration from Google Reader

Feedly, the company offering products and services positioned as the best alternatives to Google Reader, today launched Feedly Cloud, a scalable infrastructure ... »

Some Developers Already Seeing More Active Users Running iOS 7 than Are Still on iOS 5

Some Developers Already Seeing More Active Users Running iOS 7 than Are Still on iOS 5

Yesterday, Tapbots‘ Paul Haddad shared on Twitter that there were already more Tweetbot users on iOS 7 than still on iOS 5. We confirmed the tweet’s contents wi... »

Google Releases First Beta SDK for its Dart JavaScript Alternative, Including 20% Faster Analysis Engine

Google Releases First Beta SDK for its Dart JavaScript Alternative, Including 20% Faster Analysis Engine

Google today announced the first beta release of its Dart SDK and Editor, including performance and productivity improvements across the platform. You can downl... »

New PlayStation 4 Video Shows off the Next-gen Interface, Video Sharing and Game Download Options

New PlayStation 4 Video Shows off the Next-gen Interface, Video Sharing and Game Download Options

Sony has released a video on YouTube today showing new aspects of the PlayStation 4 interface and some of the practical use-cases for its next-gen video sharing... »

Lumu is a Tiny, Elegant Light Meter for the iPhone Aimed at Analog and Digital Photographers Alike

Lumu is a Tiny, Elegant Light Meter for the iPhone Aimed at Analog and Digital Photographers Alike

Lumu is a tiny, portable light meter that plugs into the iPhone’s headphone jack to help budding photographers get the perfect exposure and figure out the perfe... »

Apple Developers Can Now Download the Beta Versions of iOS7 and OS X Mavericks

Apple Developers Can Now Download the Beta Versions of iOS7 and OS X Mavericks

Apple has released the beta versions of its two newest operating systems to developers. Announced today at the company’s Worldwide Developer Conference, those i... »

Native Instruments debuts the Kontrol Z1 – A 2-channel DJ mixer for your iOS devices

Native Instruments debuts the Kontrol Z1 – A 2-channel DJ mixer for your iOS devices

We’ve all known that it was coming – The transition of the DJ from vinyl to digital, and now to mobile devices, has been long foretold. But facing facts, there ... »

3D Gesture Control Using a Standard Camera? No Problem, says eyeSight

3D Gesture Control Using a Standard Camera? No Problem, says eyeSight

The company said it’s 100 percent software based – meaning you won’t need a new phone or laptop to get in on the action in future – and only requires a standard... »

Google’s Penguin 2.0 Update: What You Need to Know

Google’s Penguin 2.0 Update: What You Need to Know

How to align with, rather than battle against, Google’s latest algorithm update. On May 22nd Google’s head of webspam, Matt Cutts, announced the lau... »

Instinctive Innovation: 10 Experimental Projects that Completely Rethink Computer Interfaces

Instinctive Innovation: 10 Experimental Projects that Completely Rethink Computer Interfaces

Minority Report. The sci-fi flick was released in cinemas over a decade ago, but viewers are still captivated by the idea of accessing and moving data with thei... »

WordPress is 10 years old: Here’s how it’s changed the Web

WordPress is 10 years old: Here’s how it’s changed the Web

WordPress, the blogging and content management system, is 10-years old today. The platform has evolved in the past decade from being a basic blogging service to... »

After Hitting 1m Users in its First Week, MessageMe Crosses 5m Users Just 75 Days After Launch

After Hitting 1m Users in its First Week, MessageMe Crosses 5m Users Just 75 Days After Launch

MessageMe, the US-based chat app looking to rival Line, WhatsApp,Viber and co, has confirmed that it has closed a $10 million round of seed funding and, further... »

Google Translate Sails Past 70 Languages with the Addition of Bosnian, Javanese and More

Google Translate Sails Past 70 Languages with the Addition of Bosnian, Javanese and More

Chances are if you use the Internet, you’ve used Google Translate at least once in your life. And from today, Google is opening the technology to potentially an... »

How to Hack the Recruitment Process to Find the Best Developers for Your Startup or Agency

How to Hack the Recruitment Process to Find the Best Developers for Your Startup or Agency

Hiring developers for your tech company undoubtedly involves making some of the most important decisions you’ll reach for your organisation. Aside from potentia... »

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