April 11, 2014
Twitter Rolls Out Real-Time Notifications on the Web

Why we still tolerate “in the coming weeks”? We live NOW, not in the coming weeks, how can ones roll the new features instantly, while others delay the release?

April 9, 2014
Facebook Unveils Larger, But Fewer Ads in Right-Hand Column

Great… more ads that suck!

April 9, 2014
Mailbox, the Great iOS Gmail Client, Available for Android and Desktop

FINALLY!

April 7, 2014
Cover is joining Twitter

coverscreen:

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We started Cover a year ago because we believed in two things: 1) the untapped potential of the supercomputers we carry in our pockets, and 2) the amazing power of Android. We built a replacement for Android’s default lockscreen that makes our phones easier to use by adapting to our context —…

Twitter are going to build their own alternative to Facebook Home. They’ll fail as Facebook did.

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March 25, 2014
Facebook’s Privacy Checkups Remind Users To Stop Posting Publicly | TechCrunch

…and I still share publicly.

March 25, 2014
Here’s the Google vs. Amazon pricing break down — Tech News and Analysis

cloudy, googly…

March 24, 2014
parislemon:


sippey:

merlin mann, ladies and gentlemen.

iWatch, redux.


Ommmm not another pile of emails, thanks!

parislemon:

sippey:

merlin mann, ladies and gentlemen.

iWatch, redux.

Ommmm not another pile of emails, thanks!

March 24, 2014
Google Now Comes To Chrome On The Desktop For Windows And Mac | TechCrunch

it’s great. Can’t really understand why it took them so long to release it for all…

March 21, 2014
Facebook prompts users to catch up on unread stories - Inside Facebook

We have a smart algorithm that hides your friends’ updates, but we have another one to suggest you what was hidden. Huh?

March 20, 2014
Facebook is testing a new persistent notification bar on Android, featuring your profile picture - The Next Web

trying to be somehow relevant while it isn’t?

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