Mashable has a great article about a new Reebok app that tattles on you to your social media friends if you don’t hold to your workout schedule. The Promise Keeper app (available for iPhone and Android) allows you to schedule … Continue reading →
Expedia recently launched a pretty cool app that makes choosing and booking a hotel room a heck of a lot easier. ‘Expedia Hotels‘ allows you to check room availability, view photos and amenities and get reviews and ratings for each … Continue reading →
Always looking to try something new and trendy to set them apart from the rest of the airlines, Virgin America is now turning to social media to make waiting for a flight a little less painful and boring. Mashable tells … Continue reading →
According to Computerworld, Microsoft has decided to develop IE10 for only Windows 7, leaving the users of Vista, XP and (if there are any) anything older out of luck.
Its a strange move for Microsoft. A few weeks ago, we learned that Firefox4 had beaten IE9 in their first month of existence. I wondered then if part of Microsoft’s problem was that IE9 did not work with Windows XP (54% of their users) and if they may see this as a problem and update IE9 to work with XP. Continue reading →
The Next Web tells us today to be on the lookout for an Angry Birds Seasons Easter update next week. The update will include 15 additional levels for the smartphone app and 3 extra levels for the Facebook version.
YouTube is looking to take on broadcast television head-on by investing millions into a plan to launch twenty new original content channels. The channels are to be organized in content categories and each would feature television-like webisodes. PCWorld has a … Continue reading →