The founders of YouTube, Chad Hurley and Steve Chen, made a new video-recording application called MixBit. MixBit is a Vine-like application but with certain differences.
With MixBit you can record videos up to 16 seconds in length and you can stitch them to create movies up to an hour long. You can do this not only with the clips you captured but with other people’s contributions as well (Vine doesn’t have this option). Another deference with Vine is that in MixBit … Continue reading
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According to CrackBerry.com, the new BBM Beta for Android has been given to those groups that participate in the beta testing. Most of beta testers will still have to wait to use it, but the important thing is that there are signs that there is movement on this issue.
The UI of the new BBM beta for Android has received more polish. There is also a welcome screen explaining that the notifications are now present. The notifications running in … Continue reading
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Thanks to a photo uploaded in MacRumors forums by an unknown user, we now get to have a better look on Google’s Nexus 5 flagship, that’s scheduled to be unveiled in October.
Among other replies, this user mentioned that the back side of the Nexus 5 is quite similar to the one Nexus 7 has, and that all in all, the device is really smaller than LG G2 and that its display is “just OK”, with small bezels. Obviously … Continue reading
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Despite the fact that a lot of people all over the net think that the latest version of iOS 7.0 looks impressively like Android, we post this just for those of you out there who think that their Android smartphone should look like iOS 7.0.
It’s a completely useless app that will allow you to make a joke to your friends that’s named iOS 7 Lockscreen Parallax HD and you get to have for free from Google’s Play Store, Continue reading
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It’s a story that should surprise nobody as we’re hearing how Nokia was testing Android on their Lumia series prior to making a deal with Microsoft earlier this month. The New York Times — via unnamed sources declined to be identified — said that Nokia had Android up and running on their hardware long before the Microsoft negotiations materialized.
Supposedly building Android phones wasn’t used as a bargaining position during talks with Microsoft. but certainly both sides had to … Continue reading
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