Mihir Patkar is a freelance writer on technology and life hacks, who firmly believes chocolate is the answer to any question. You can usually find him saying other such silly things on Twitter.
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People are getting job offers and recognition for their tweets – it’s time to get serious about plagiarism on Twitter.
Spotify is no longer just a music streaming service. At an event in New York, Spotify launched a bunch of new features, including video streaming, in a bid to become an entertainment hub for users.
May 22nd marks the 25th anniversary of Windows 3.0. Microsoft has enjoyed great success, but at the cost of great ridicule. Let’s look at the funny side of Windows between then and now.
Apple is trying for another revolution with the rumored launch of Apple Music, a music streaming service. But along the way, Apple might be trying to kill existing free music streaming services. Boo! Hiss!
A father got a kidney, thanks to his son’s accidental fame, and no one was hurt in the process. That’s a good day on the Internet.
Audiobooks are a good way to tackle your reading list, but it can be difficult to get started with them. Let’s make it simple.
Facebook Hello is here — the new caller ID and dialer app for Android. But how does it stack up against the competition?
Popular instant messaging app WhatsApp has finally launched a new voice calling service, enabling users to make phone calls over the Internet.
Finally, WWE has released a simulation wrestling game for the mobile screen. Should you be putting down your hard-earned cash for this one?
Does the mobile version of Hearthstone stack up to its PC and tablet big brother, or does the small screen hold it back.
Has developer Netherrealm Studios finally set the standard in how to make a fighting game for the small screen?
While there are plenty of ways to create collages without Photoshop, Layout’s focus is on simplicity and the ability to share the images quickly with Instagram and Facebook.
The Internet can be a mean place, full of trolls and scamsters. But just like real life, for all the bad, there’s a lot of good out there.
Wunderlist got a big update with two new features essential for a good to-do app: organizing and quickly adding tasks. Do these help it become the productivity app of your choice?
What can you get in a mere 140 characters that changes your life or has a deep, meaningful impact? Turns out, you can get a lot.