We've said it before, we'll say it again. Yahoo! continues with its spending spree, their latest acquisition being Rockmelt, the social browser for mobile devices. Rockmelt may have started out as a browser, but that project was shut back in April 2011.
Ever played EverQuest? Of course you have. After all, it has only been one of the most popular MMORPG titles ever released. Well, Sony Online Entertainment has officially announced the successor to their popular game, which has been named EverQuest Next, an MMORPG.
Popular short video creation and sharing app Vine, owned by the popular social network Twitter, has received a new update this weekend. The updated app, for Android only, brings new push notifications to Vine. It also brings additional sharing options as well.
The official Twitter app for Microsoft's Windows 8 OS brings a handy new feature. While nothing new, Twitter users with multiple accounts will very much appreciate the software update which now allows them to sign in using multiple Twitter accounts at once.
Facebook has pushed out an update to their forever-buggy Android app which brings in something over from the not-so-well received Facebook Home launcher. Remember Cover Feed? Well, you no longer require the Facebook Home launcher to use Cover Feed on your Android phone.
Here's some good news for those who are readying their wallets to shell out for the newly announced Motorola Moto X, one of the most hotly anticipated Smartphones in 2013 yet. The $200 contract gets you not just a 16 GB Moto X, but 50 GB of cloud storage as well.
At long last, iOS and Android users can access BlackBerry's legendary messenger. Introducing BlackBerry Messenger (beta) for iOS and Android. The app has finally been released for the world's largest mobile platforms, just as the company had promised earlier this year.
We're merely hours away from launch, but Motorola just couldn't hold back from releasing a few of the goodies planned to launch alongside the big Moto X unveiling. This one's a Chrome extension, and a handy one at that, for the Moto X, Droid Ultra, MAXX and Droid Mini.
Google Play Store has finally begun offering TV shows to Android users living in the UK. In the past, Google updated their Play Store app and began offering Movies, but up until now TV shows weren't a part of the offerings. All's good now as that is no longer in effect.
Sony's not so well received Socialife: Social News Reader app has received a major update that brings a complete new look and feel. The Android/Windows 8 apps brings together your YouTube videos, Facebook posts, Twitter tweets, blog posts and world news in one location.
Google might be preparing a new series of Google Now cards. These cards will focus on local news i.e. news that is relevant to you and is around your locality/place of living only. While many people love checking out the News cards, they want to read local news as well.
Netflix and Google are now both aware of a problem that is affecting those with the newest Netflix app and running the updated and latest Google Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS. The complaints that have been pouring in saying that the app freezes post update.
Google and Starbucks have teamed up to provide free WiFi to all Starbucks visitors. 7,000 stores belonging to the Starbucks coffee chain in the US will receive this generosity from Google. Not just that, the company is upgrading their existing internet service as well.
After the sad demise of Google Reader, the next service from Google to bite the dust will be the mostly unheard of (by a majority of us) Google Shopper service. The reason behind this is that most people use Google Search for all their shopping needs and not Shopper.
Microsoft has released a developers preview version of Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7. Previously only released in preview form for Windows 8.1, they are touting new features such as performance enhancements, better security and HTML 5 video support.
Google added a feature to Google Translate, which lets you scribble down foreign language text as you see it. It should be a lifesaver for those wanting to translate text from sources that can't simply be copy-pasted. Not all languages are supported at the moment.
If you think that being a game developer garners you the admiration and adoration of the fans of your game, you may want to think again. After Activision released Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 patch notes, one developer began receiving death threats on Twitter.
In their 1st Quarter 2013 report of The State of the Internet, Akamai, an internet content delivery network, showed that attack traffic from China and the United States dropped, but that DDoS attacks were on the rise with enterprises targeted the most.
Cloud based gaming has had a less than stellar start with companies like OnLive making big promises and not quite delivering due to technical problems. Enter Nvidia Grid, a cloud based gaming technology that works with subscription based game services.
Not that geeks don't run the planet already, it's always nice to see a celebration of geek-culture. YouTube and Nerdist announced Geek Week, a week-long annual celebration of geek-culture, spanning across superheroes, comics, gaming, science, and sci-fi.