Google Glass, defined as a “wearable computer”, is a project developed by Google, not released yet, but already tried by few lucky users.
The item features a voice recognition function allowing to send messages, translate, ask to take pictures, record videos, launch Internet search queries… (Internet connexion made through wi-fi or bluetooth). You can also live share … More
Around one month ago, Facebook introduced “Home”, an app “that puts your friends at the heart of your phone” available from Google Play store on Android devices (such as HTC First, Samsung Galaxy 4 and Sony XPeria ZL).
The aim of this new interface is to provide a more “user friendly” experience of Facebook from a … More
Be Launch is a technology and Startup conference, which was hosted earlier this may in Korea.
This global IT and Startup conference featured a Startup battle, a Hackathon, some Startup booths, a wide range of speakers and technical workshops, coming along with moments dedicated to networking.
As usual, this kind of event is always a good … More
In opposition to Youtube’s apps on IOS and Android devices, the one previously available on Windows phone didn’t seem to meet users’ needs. That’s obviously one of the reasons why it has been decided to rebuild this app and offer a better user experience, as well as more features.
Apple recently revealed its ambition to develop a music platform project, allowing users to discover new talents and streaming music online. Further than listening, users would also be able to be easily redirected to iTunes to buy some music.
In this regards, Apple discussed partnerships and royalties terms with Universal music initially, and more recently … More