• No More Words From TuneWiki As Vert Capital Pulls The Plug On Its Music Lyric App

    No More Words From TuneWiki As Vert Capital Pulls The Plug On Its Music Lyric App

    So much for being pulled out of the dead pool. TuneWiki, a popular social music app with millions of users that let people see the lyrics to songs they were streaming on Spotify and other platforms, may have finally sung its last song. After announcing in July 2013 that it would shut down, it then got acquired at the 11th hour, as it turned out by private equity firm Vert Capital… Read More

  • Hands On With The HTC One (M8) For Windows

    Hands On With The HTC One (M8) For Windows

    The HTC One (M8), one of the best-looking flagship Android smartphones that launched earlier this year, just landed on Windows Phone 8.1.1 Packed with front-facing speakers, dual UltraPixel cameras on the back, a 5MP front camera and BoomSound internal speakers, the One (M8) is exactly the same as its Android variant. Read More

  • The About.me Backstory Reimagines The Resume For A New Generation Of Users

    The About.me Backstory Reimagines The Resume For A New Generation Of Users

    About.me has always been about helping users to create a personalized profile page that shows them off in the best light. Today the company is launching a new feature, called Backstory, that will allow them to share their professional and educational background. Read More

  • Google’s New Music Subscription Service, YouTube Music Key, Revealed

    Google’s New Music Subscription Service, YouTube Music Key, Revealed

    Google had previously confirmed its plans to launch a YouTube-powered music subscription service, but thanks to a series of leaked images via the blog Android Police, we now have the first taste as to what that service may look like, and what sort of features it will offer. According to the report, the service will be called YouTube Music Key, and Google will also be rebranding its Google Play… Read More

  • Verizon Video Reveals The HTC One M8 With Windows Phone

    Verizon Video Reveals The HTC One M8 With Windows Phone

    A new video just launched on Verizon’s YouTube channel reveals what we pretty much knew was coming: HTC has created a Windows Phone-powered version of its flagship HTC One M8. The previously Android-only phone will be available with Windows exclusively on Verizon at launch. It packs HTC’s signature UFocus feature which takes advantage of the M8’s dual camera setup, and… Read More

  • Asus Teases Its Smartwatch Launch For September 3

    Asus Teases Its Smartwatch Launch For September 3

    Earlier this year at Google I/O, we reported that Asus was working on its own Android Wear smartwatch, to be launched in September with a lower price point than existing options. Today, Asus posted a teaser on Twitter revealing that it will indeed be introducing something new at IFA in Berlin on Sept. 3, and the graphic suggests it will indeed be a smartwatch. Something #Incredible is going… Read More

  • After A Series Of Maintenance Glitches, Bank Simple Rolls Out An Improved, Rebuilt Mobile App

    After A Series Of Maintenance Glitches, Bank Simple Rolls Out An Improved, Rebuilt Mobile App

    After a particularly painful period of “scheduled maintenance” saw customers at online bank Simple losing access to their funds for a full day when things didn’t go exactly as planned, Simple has this morning rolled out a completely rebuilt version of its mobile application. The redesigned and re-engineered app offers a variety of improvements, including a new… Read More

  • Uber Corner Store Turns The Transit App Into A Delivery Service For Daily Staples

    Uber Corner Store Turns The Transit App Into A Delivery Service For Daily Staples

    Uber has launched ‘Corner Store,’ an experimental service rolling out first to DC area customers that offers pick up and delivery services on-demand instead of just transportation. Corner Store works by letting users request daily staples like toothpaste, over the counter medicine, health and beauty supplies and over 100 more items right from the Uber app. The test of… Read More

  • PlayFab Raises $2.5M For Its Gaming Backend Service

    PlayFab Raises $2.5M For Its Gaming Backend Service

    Nowadays, most studios building games for mobile, PC, or consoles are actually building services: there are servers where gamers play together, leaderboards, in-app purchases to process, inventories to manage, character stats to keep track of, and more. While extremely helpful, most game engines don’t help you implement this side of things Read More