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Pebble on Monday kicked off the first day of voting in Pebble App Challenge, a tournament-style showdown. Starting today and running through Friday, April 11, those of you with a
Popular web service IFTTT (If This, Then That) is just about ready deliver its Android application. After having already promised the app would soon be “coming soon”, recent rumblings suggest
Remixnation have today added Chromecast support to their iOS and Android app ShowYou, allowing you to push interest-curated online videos to the big screen. ShowYou helps find the most interesting
BT Sport has confirmed that it will be adding Chromecast support as of Monday and by doing so will be one of only two UK digital broadcasters to support Google’s
As if we expected anything else, Amazon today announced its set-top box experience. Taking aim at devices such as Apple TV, Roku, and even Chromecast, the Amazon FireTV is a
Virgin Mobile USA this week introduced its first 4G LTE mobile hotspot, the Netgear Mingle. Priced $99, the device piggybacks off of Sprint’s network and is equipped for the carrier’s
Spotify are today releasing an update which you’ll notice will change the look of the music streaming service across all of their applications and platforms. Called “Cat” internally, the design
Samsung has really outdone themselves in sticking to their Galaxy line’s mantra “The Next Big Thing” With a gorgeous 12.2 inch display this device will confuse most lay-people who witness
Rdio is the latest music service to fold in support for Google’s Chromecast media device. Log into the web experience today and you’ll find the familiar icon at the bottom
After spending the last few months as an iOS exclusive, the popular ZeptoLab character Om Nom returns in Cut the Rope 2. By popular we mean over 500 million downloads
Microsoft has updated its Office application for Android and iOS making the productivity suite free for home users. Whereas it previously required a subscription to the Office 365 service it
Twitter this week is updating its mobile apps for Android and iOS with enhanced photo features. First, users can now attach up to four images to a tweet when composing
The popular iOS app, Timehop, is finally on Android, and it’s here to make you feel infinitely nostalgic. Timehop gives it’s users an easy way to look back in time.