Facebook launch yet another app, Facebook Groups

Facebook has launched yet another app dedicated purely to manage their Groups feature. I have been playing around with the Facebook Groups app this morning and I must say I’m impressed especially as I’m a member of ...
by Ryan Oneill
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Ditch the Tethering plan, iTether is in the App store

Well off theres ever been an App worth the buy it’s here and it could save you a pretty penny. I am not sure how this App has managed to make it’s way through Apples seamless Approval process so I would get it purch...
by Ryan Oneill
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Pulse news reader purchased for $90 million by LinkedIn

LinkedIn today announced that they have acquired Pulse, the maker of news reader apps for mobile devices at a cost of $90 million. Pulse took to it’s blog to announce the news and they say that the app will remain as is f...
by Ryan Oneill
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Crazy Taxi is coming to Android

As a youth I loved nothing more than battling it out with my brother over a game of Crazy Taxi. The classic Dreamcast and arcade title is not ready to die yet and is coming to an Android device near you. iOS users already have ...
by Ryan Oneill
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You can now install Google Play on your Amazon Fire Phone

I really like the Amazon Fire Phone, it has decent enough specs and Fire OS is very efficient. The annoying parts for me is the fact that the device is locked to using Amazon’s App Store meaning I can’t use all the ...
by Ryan Oneill
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Roku launch official iPhone Remote App

Iff you own a Roku media streamer you will know that it has just received an update and hot on the heels of the update comes Rokus official iPhone remote App.
by Ryan Oneill
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Google Keep note taking service launches on Android and web (video)

Google Keep note taking service has officially launched on Android and on the web. A quick look on the Google Drive blog explains that this new service is intended for users to quickly jot down ideas which are then saved on Goo...
by Ryan Oneill
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Now that Android 4.3 is out, something worth mentioning, application unkillable without the user knowing

In previous Android builds, (prior to 4.3) the Google (Android Framework) team discovered that there have started to appear applications abusing the Service.startForeground() API Dianne Hackborn who works on the Google (Android...
by Dave Thornton
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Twitter #Music app launches but, Android users left in the cold

It seems that Twitter are showing more love to iOS users at the minute by releasing their new #music app on ios first. This has left some Android users a little upset to say the least. The app has four pages that are accessed b...
by Dave Thornton
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