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The latest round of changes to the Google+ for Android app brings non-destructive photo editing across devices and Snapseed-inspired new filters and tools.
Facebook Pages just got more interactive. In a discovery-boosting measure, your Facebook feed will now display another Page if it tags a Page you are following.
A prominent “unsubscribe” link at the top of an email is the small but user-friendly change that should be coming to all Gmail accounts soon.
BitTorrent brings a new look and feel to its Android app. BitTorrent Version 2 shows significant changes like the ability to select and download individual files within a torrent.
Ever wished for a quieter LinkedIn personal page? LinkedIn just answered your requests with a new blocking feature. The “Member Blocking” feature has now rolled out to all users for another layer of privacy.
The upgraded “Pin It” for Chrome gives you a one-click timesaving option to populate your Pinterest boards. It is a simpler road to save your favorites on the popular image sharing social network.
There is just too much to read, and so little time. Their is just one obvious antidote against all excuses – you have to make time to read. The gold-plated question is how.
Update to Google Translate 2.1 on your iOS device and carry along support for translation and handwriting input support for new languages. Google Translate finally gets a new iOS 7 keyboard to do all the typing with.
The new Wattpad apps for Android and iOS comes with two new features that should appeal to long-time members of the Wattpad community and anyone who likes to read while on the go.
Now get more attention for your photos on Flickr. Yahoo’s photo hosting website has introduced a new “improved” commenting feature that allows users to insert photos with their comments.
Sharing should be simple. What could be better than to take our hunt for free seconds to some “time shaving” online services that make sharing a simpler job than it is.
The sight of shattered glass on a premium new phone is a high-voltage shock. HTC promises to insulate you with their unique promise to replace cracked screens within the first six months of purchase.
The eSignature service DocuSign has inked a partnership with Microsoft that should allow Office 365 users to stamp their documents with eSignatures within the Office platform. The feature will enhance the workflow for Office 365 users.
Google comes together with VMware in move to bring you the best of both worlds – the low cost of ownership with a Chromebook, and the use of Windows as a virtual service.
A small but important addition to YouTube makes discovering tracks and albums easier. Type in a search to see a long list of the top tracks and albums on the right linking to the videos.