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Tumblr for iPhone changed its usage agreement on Wednesday and became an app solely for ages 17 and up. This followed Apple’s recent nudity-related removal of 500px and its cease of promotion for Vine.
You may say to yourself that you’ve installed the finest web filter available, and I’m sure that it’s a solid piece of work. However, no filter is impenetrable, and the truth is that the only 100% complete protection against the Internet is no Internet. Alas, we can’t just get rid of the web, can we? Instead, maybe we can at least explore how filters are bypassed.
Mac’s iCUfree is a tool that helps you quickly review your next upcoming events without having to open your calendar or leave your desktop. Practically speaking, the app has more of an effect on the user interface of your computer instead of adding any unique features. In a nutshell, iCUfree simply displays your most relevant […]
People have always adapted technology to their creativity, and computers are no different. What originally started out as a gigantic calculator became a device for communication, office filing, and now, artwork. With Sketchbook Express for Mac, you can draw all kinds of pictures with the aid of a pen and stylus. Furthermore, it’s free, and although there’s a price for its older brother – Sketchbook Pro – you can use Sketchbook Express for more basic image creation.
Many file-sharing websites extensively use deceptive ads and tiered download speed rates. Unlike them, FileSnack is a web app designed to get past these distractions and offer people what they really want – downloads. The app skips the usual song-and-dance and goes straight to the files, and to sweeten the deal, the entire website is […]
Government ID requests issued by the Facebook-owned Instagram led to frustration and confusion across the Internet last week. Users flocked to Yahoo Answers with questions, concerned about a possible phishing attempt.
Adobe is already known for its amazing artistic applications like After Effects, Flash, and Photoshop. However, it has always typically established its home in the desktop realm. The company’s software was typically meant for professionals, and since most professionals do not use their iPhone to create work for clients, there was not much of a reason to venture away from this territory.
Education is important, but finding a job is important, too. For educators in training, it can be a little tough in between all the tests, student teaching, and papers to create a solid online presence. However, Portfoliogen is a website with a goal to help those with that intent. All in all, the website doesn’t […]
Web developers aren’t just faced with the challenge of producing websites for a variety of browsers – they have mobile devices to worry about, too. Fortunately, there’s Adobe Edge Inspect, a free app for seamless desktop and mobile website comparisons. To make the app work, you’ll need three different downloads – the desktop app, the mobile […]
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) announced its approval of the H.265 video format standard on Friday. The new codec may bring 4K video to broadband and also limit bandwidth usage for HD streaming, offering both higher resolution video and lower data use. H.265 video is designed to divide bandwidth usage in half.
Making photo slideshows can be time-consuming and tedious, but with Picovico, all the hard work is done for you. Simply select a preset theme, upload a few photos, and choose your favorite tune for background music. Picovico does what home videomakers have struggled with for years – editing. Now, videos can be done within minutes. You’ll […]
Half of the videos I find on YouTube always have some note in the description about how it’s totally legal for the creator to use songs from their favorite band as background music. Their reasoning tends to always be in the form of two words: fair use. Unfortunately, this is often because of complete ignorance. Other times its just a total disregard for the law.
UK-based social networking experiment Spraffl launched for the iPhone on Wednesday. Unlike its predecessors, the iOS app focuses on the total anonymity of its users with a disregard for features like real name policy, friending, and check-ins. Instead, experiment participants share “hyper-local” information in the form of status updates and comments.
With so many conflicting tasks and deadlines in our fast-paced world, it can be very hard for both companies and freelancers to juggle multiple projects. Fortunately, there’s Strikebase – a work management web app designed for establishing your workflow and helping you collaborate with co-workers online. Essentially, the service merges the best parts of project planning and social […]
In the technological world, some of the best news sources are in the form of online print publications, but unfortunately, we can’t read all the time. However, that problem can be solved with Umano – an app that lets you listen to print publications in audio form. Even better, all scripts are read by professional voice actors, and […]