According to sources, Facebook will launch a new service today which can identify television shows and music playing in the background. This new addition will be available for download as an updated app on iTunes and Google Play. The software will work in collaboration with your phone’s microphone.
The well-known Snapchat app today revealed a major addition of features leaving a large number of users in delight. They added one-to-one instant messaging and video calling. In order to start using these features a user can simply swipe to the right on one of their friends’s entries in the Snapchat inbox. When both the parties are online in the app at the same time, the app notifies them by animation a small button and thereafter they can begin with video chatting by tapping and holding the button.
An iPod Touch mysteriously explodes in a classroom while the sales of iPhone become higher than Blackberry.
Mark Zuckerberg says Steve Jobs gave him advices regarding building Facebook while iPhone 4S gears up for the launch in Hong Kong.
With this video and a Facebook update, Rovio announces the upcoming version of Angry Birds Seasons for different platforms such as iOS, Android, Mac and PC called “Summer Pignic”.
CineXPlayer developed by NXP Software B.V. is an amazing iPad video player App which allows you to watch Xvid movies on the go from anywhere. The app will help you to run a videos files even if they’re in formats that don’t normally play or even sync with your iPad or iPad 2. Once you install CineXPlayer, you can start transferring videos files & watch your favorite movies without conversion in HD and even in 3D right away. CineXPlayer is one of the first Apps that comes with a 2D to 3D conversion which means that users can now watch all their favourite 2D movies in 3D as well.
The action drama is still not over for Apple and Google. Another new character has joined them in this roller coaster ride.
We are talking about Apple and Google back on Capitol Hill ( Thursday). It seems the companies will again appear before a Senate committee to address the issue of privacy but this time Facebook CTO Bret Taylor will join them.