• Up Close With The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook

    With the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook, Barnes & Noble has partnered with a major manufacturer to offer their unique – but fading – Nook product. Is it enough? The device itself is a bog-standard Galaxy Tab 4. The name itself, the unwieldy “Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook,” shows who is who in the pecking order and the only real value is in the support offered… Read More

  • Storm8 | TC Cribs

    TC Cribs: Storm8, The Land Of Very Colorful Desks And Lots Of Fancy Beer

    In this episode of Cribs we headed to Storm8, the company that makes lots of popular mobile social games. Storm8 is housed in a, well, pretty bland looking corporate building in suburban Redwood City, so we weren’t sure what to expect. But the inside of the office tells a very different story, with lots of very colorful things to catch the eye. That’s largely because Storm8… Read More

  • Kuddle, An “Instagram With Training Wheels,” Introduces Social Media To Kids

    Kuddle, An “Instagram With Training Wheels,” Introduces Social Media To Kids

    A new mobile application called Kuddle is introducing a safer way for kids to get introduced to social media, while still under a parent’s watchful eye. The photo-sharing app, which is like a more restricted version of Instagram, allows children to post and share photos with friends in a protected environment, safe from cyberbullying or unwanted connections from strangers. Founded in… Read More

  • Everdwell Gives Real Estate Agents A More Beautiful Online Home

    Everdwell Gives Real Estate Agents A More Beautiful Online Home

    Real estate is a business where tech is only slowly starting to make a dent into the traditional way of doing things. But even the most technophobic agent now knows that an online presence besides just being listed in an MLS is a necessity. Everdwell wants to give those agents — many of whom aren’t all that tech savvy — an easy way to create an online home for their… Read More

  • Vine Finally Lets You Import Video From Your Camera Roll

    Vine Finally Lets You Import Video From Your Camera Roll

    With more than 100 million people watching Vines across the web each month, and over 1 billion loops every day, Vine has just released an update to the app that finally lets users import video from their camera. Twitter’s video sharing app has always required users to film new content directly within the app, using Vine’s once-unique hold-to-record feature. Now, Vine users can… Read More

  • Function Space Brings Its Learning, Discussing And Problem Solving Science Platform To iOS

    Function Space Brings Its Learning, Discussing And Problem Solving Science Platform To iOS

    Learning, discussing and problem solving are three important steps in understanding concepts in science. Function Space, a social learning science network, wants to bring the three together in a cross-platform learning portal aimed at corporate research and students at any level for free. Read More

  • 7,000 People Are Watching Two Fish Play Street Fighter

    7,000 People Are Watching Two Fish Play Street Fighter

    Two fish are playing Street Fighter over on Twitch, and more than 7,000 people are watching the mayhem. Or, partial mayhem. Sometimes the fish don’t swim in a pattern that leads to much confrontation. That said, the game is afloat, with the fish “Aquarius” taking on “Robert the Bruce.” Read More

  • Skype Will Make Itself Less Noisy Thanks To New, Smarter Chat Notifications

    Skype Will Make Itself Less Noisy Thanks To New, Smarter Chat Notifications

    Skype this morning announced a change to the way its notifications will function, designed to keep the app from annoying you with beeps and buzzes across all your devices. These new smart notifications will instead only be sent to the device you’re actually using at the time, says the company, while your other devices, including PCs, tablets or smartphones, will remain silent. Read More

  • Foodmento Is The Foursquare Of Specific Dishes, Not Restaurants

    Foodmento Is The Foursquare Of Specific Dishes, Not Restaurants

    Food has invaded Instagram in such an overwhelming way that studies actually show that people get physically full or tire of certain foods just from looking at the pictures. But there’s really no effective way to direct your followers to the specific dish you’ve endorsed. That’s where Foodmento comes in. Read More

  • SlideShare Axes Its Freemium Model, Makes ‘Pro’ Features Like Analytics Free

    SlideShare Axes Its Freemium Model, Makes ‘Pro’ Features Like Analytics Free

    SlideShare, the LinkedIn-owned site that lets you upload and distribute presentations online, is turning over a new leaf today. The service, which has 60 million users, is going free. In tandem with that, SlideShare is dropping its PRO tiers, once priced at $19/month and $49/month, and making extra features like analytics, which used to come at a price, free for all. The premium tiers were… Read More