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PSA: Dropbox hasn’t been hacked, but passwords may be compromised

PSA: Dropbox hasn’t been hacked, but passwords may be compromised

There’s been a lot of headlines on tech sites over the last couple of days about Dropbox, the popular cloud-based storage service, claiming that it’s been hacked. According to reports, up to 6.9 million Dropbox usernames and passwords have been compromised, and a handful were leaked online in a pastebin post, with the alleged hacker soliciting “donations” to encourage additional[Read More…]

by and 2:11 pm on October 15, 2014 5 comments Apps, News
Microsoft launches Skype Qik: Group Video Chat

Microsoft launches Skype Qik: Group Video Chat

In April this year, Microsoft announced it was retiring their Qik video messaging service, and were merging it with Skype to better enhance user experience. It seems to have finally come to fruition with Microsoft today announcing its new service called Skype Qik: Group Video Chat. Skype Qik is an mobile-only app that is focused solely on swapping short clips[Read More…]

by 9:30 am on October 15, 2014 0 comments Apps, News
Facebook stickers are coming to comments

Facebook stickers are coming to comments

Facebook has begun rolling out an update to their Android app, which will allow you to use stickers in the comments section of your status, picture or video updates. The stickers, which have been widely available for a little while now in Facebook Messenger, are being rolled out to both the web, as well as mobile apps over the next[Read More…]

by 8:30 am on October 15, 2014 1 comment Apps, News
Grab a bunch of Gameloft games for just $0.10 now on Google Play

Grab a bunch of Gameloft games for just $0.10 now on Google Play

Gameloft is running a sale at the moment which will let you get your hands on some of their older premium titles for as low as just $0.10, or some of their newer titles like Modern Combat 5 for as low as $4.49 ($3 off the usual price). The sale is exclusive to Europe, Middle East, Africa, Australia, and New[Read More…]

by 5:23 pm on October 11, 2014 6 comments Apps, Google Play
Cars: Fast as Lightning from Gameloft burns rubber on its way into Google Play

Cars: Fast as Lightning from Gameloft burns rubber on its way into Google Play

Cars is one of Pixars biggest lines, it’s an absolute smash hit with the kids and Gameloft has partnered up to release Cars: Fast as Lightning, a new game based in the town of Radiator Springs. In this new game, you’re going to race characters from the Cars universe, which means you’ll be hearing some familar voice talent including Owen[Read More…]

by 11:48 am on October 10, 2014 6 comments Apps
Google toying with Try Before You Buy Android app trials

Google toying with Try Before You Buy Android app trials

Google is apparently looking at a new way to try out apps in Google Play, with a new report from paywalled site The Information stating that Google is looking at allowing customers to try out features without having to commit to downloading a full app. With Android One now enticing the ‘next 5 billion’, Google is looking at new ways[Read More…]

by 8:09 am on October 9, 2014 1 comment Apps, Google Play, Google Services
Three more Android apps now available officially on ChromeOS

Three more Android apps now available officially on ChromeOS

After announcing that Android Apps would be coming to ChromeOS back at Google I/O, it took a while but finally arrived last month with Vine, Evernote, DuoLino and SightWords. Of course unofficially, there’s been many more, but Google has today released three more including Onefootball, CloudMagic and Podcast Addict. These newest Android apps use the official Android Runtime for Chrome[Read More…]

by 6:30 am on October 9, 2014 0 comments Apps, ChromeOS
Backdrop for Chromecast goes live with your  favorite photo albums from Google+

Backdrop for Chromecast goes live with your favorite photo albums from Google+

Back at Google I/O, Google announced new functionality coming to Chromecast that would embellish the current crop of beautiful imagery that’s displayed as a screensaver when your Chromecast isn’t ‘casting’. Called Backdrop it promised to allow you to add a range of new sources to show, this morning, Google has announced the feature is live. There’s a few new places[Read More…]

by 6:17 am on October 9, 2014 5 comments Apps, Chromecast
Humble Mobile Bundle 9 goes live with 6 great games

Humble Mobile Bundle 9 goes live with 6 great games

The Humble Mobile Bundle 9 has gone live this morning and it’s brought six games to the table which are sure to pique your interest. There’s some top notch titles included for whichever price you want to pay, including Syberia, Neroshima Hex, Bardbarian: Golden Axe Edition. If you want to pay above the average, which stands at US$2.87 at the[Read More…]

by 6:03 am on October 9, 2014 1 comment Apps
Facebook working on an app that won’t require you to use your real name

Facebook working on an app that won’t require you to use your real name

Reports have surfaced overnight from the New York Times, that Facebook is preparing to launch a new standalone app that will allow you to interact with others by not using your real name. Unnamed sources cited by the New York Times, claims that Facebook has been working on this project for close to a year. The project is being led[Read More…]

by 1:04 pm on October 8, 2014 3 comments Apps