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  • Snapchat lets the people have Geostickers

    Snapchat lets the people have Geostickers

    Everyone loves stickers. Snapchat must be on to us because the company just launched Geostickers, a new feature that lets users send city-specific stickers in snaps and messages. There are 15 stickers available in San Francisco as of now, and we expect more to come. The adorable caricatures delightfully mock tech culture, jab at rising rents and highlight local landmarks. In addition to… Read More

  • Apple launches iMessage Apps so third-party devs can join your convos

    Apple launches iMessage Apps so third-party devs can join your convos

    At today’s WWDC Keynote, Apple swung open the gates for developers. Not only has the company opened up Siri to third-party developers, but it’s also letting third-party devs into sacred space: messages. With iMessage Apps, users can simply open up an app drawer from right within the Messages app to interact with others (and apps) at the same time. Read More

  • MessageMe Introduces Stickers To Keep Pace With Competition

    MessageMe Introduces Stickers To Keep Pace With Competition

    Carrying the weight of expectation attached to securing $11.9 million funding in your first few months of operation, MessageMe has switched on the ability to send and receive stickers — the increasingly popular communication medium which has sparked a gold rush for messaging apps. Read More

  • LATFPLCD: A Polaroid Land Camera iPhone 4 Decal

    For $6 you can make your iPhone 4 look like the most celebrated piece of interstitial technology of the late last century. Progress! Excelsior! via Geeky-Gadgets Read More

  • Microsoft Changes Stance On "Vista Capable" Stickers

    Last week, we told you about Dianne and how she was absolutely sick of Microsoft lying about PCs being “Vista Capable” when they really weren’t. Again, just because that $300 eMachines computer has a “Vista Capable” sticker doesn’t mean it’s going to run the OS smoothly or with any cool features like Aero Glass. Well Dianne’s class-action… Read More