Adobe Photoshop Fix for iOS Offers Some of the Best Photoshop Editing Features for Free

by Huei Song · 4 hours ago · No Comments · 257 views

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You don’t have to pay a premium price just to have access to some of the most popular features on Adobe Photoshop. The company recently released a new iOS app called Photoshop Fix that packs most of the key Photoshop tools for free.

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Facebook Signs Deal To Beam Internet Into Africa From Space

by Farhan · 9 hours ago · 1 Comment · 321 views

Facebook Redesigns User Profile Pages on Mobile, Testing Video Profile Pictures

Mark Zuckerberg is determined to get his free internet plan into Africa, and Facebook’s deal with Eutelsat makes it look like his dream is about to come true. The two companies will be collaborating with Spacecom to use the entire broadband capacity on the future AMOS-6 satellite to project the internet into sub-Saharan Africa.

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SPAD Outlines Plan To Clamp Down On Uber Drivers

by Farhan · 1 day ago · 18 Comments · 3.5k views

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Uber drivers may have their days numbered on the roads. The Land Public Transport Commission (SPA) has outlined a plan for identifying and apprehending Uber drivers who do not own a Public Service Vehicle license. There is no escape for any identified drivers, as SPAD is also working with the Road Transport Department to prevent them from renewing their road tax.

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Steam Android App Updated With Community Market, Broadcasts, And Game Hubs

by Farhan · 5 days ago · 1 Comment · 327 views

Steam Android Broadcasts

Valve has been putting a lot of work into the Steam desktop client as of late, and the last couple of years have seen a substantial redesign of the entire experience. With that out of the way, it has now brought the Android app up to speed with access to the Community Market; as well as Broadcasts and the Game Hub.

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iFixit Violates Apple’s Developer Terms; Gets App Pulled From App Store

by Farhan · 5 days ago · No Comments · 2.5k views

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iFixit is the internet’s go-to place for hardware teardowns. However, the site appears to have annoyed Apple by pulling a developer unit of the new Apple TV apart. This apparently violates Apple’s terms and conditions, which resulted in the developer account being suspended, and the iFixit app with it.

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Facebook Redesigns User Profile Pages on Mobile, Testing Video Profile Pictures

by Huei Song · 5 days ago · No Comments · 396 views

Facebook Profile Redesign

Our Facebook profile pages have remained the same for the longest time now, and it looks like Facebook wants to change that. The social network company is now releasing an update to profile pages on mobile devices that “better present information about you and your friends in a more visually engaging way”.

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Twitter Might Be Working To Remove Its 140 Characters Limit

by Chief Chapree · 6 days ago · 2 Comments · 53 views

New Tweet on Twitter

With around 500M tweets are sent on daily basis, Twitter is certainly one of the most popular online social networking service out there. However, tweets are still limited to only 140 characters even though the service is already nine years in existence.

While there might be plenty of third party services out there that helps users overcome the limitation in addition to the company’s own “Retweet With Comment” feature that went live few months ago, they also come with their own set of shortcomings. The good news is that Twitter itself is apparently looking into overcoming the character limitation through a new “product”.

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Google Photos Will Be Introducing Chromecast Support, Shared Albums, And Labels

by Farhan · 7 days ago · No Comments · 265 views


Google Photos is updating with new features to allow users more control over their photos. These features focus mainly on the ability to better share the photos with friends and family, but also includes a way to make sorting through hundreds of photos quickly.

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Sony Says That The Climate Is “Not Healthy” For A New PlayStation Vita

by Farhan · 1 week ago · 10 Comments · 3.3k views

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The PlayStation 4 may be dominating the console wars, but it looks like Sony is taking a realistic approach with the PlayStation Vita. Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony Computer Entertainment, says that the rise of smartphone gaming has created an “unhealthy climate” in which to launch a new handheld console.

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Facebook Introduces 360-Degree Videos for its News Feed

by Huei Song · 2 weeks ago · 2 Comments · 596 views

Facebook recently announced a new 360-video functionality to its News Feed. Available immediately, you will now not only see regular videos in one angle, with 360 enabled on compatible videos, you can even drag the video around, and watch it from any point of view.

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Skyscanner – A Traveller’s Source for the Best Flight Deals and More

by Pang Tun Yau · 2 weeks ago · 1 Comment · 1.8k views


For seasoned travellers, knowing where to find the best deals on flights and accommodation can make all the difference. The budget conscious always seem to know where to find exceptionally good deals, allowing them to stretch their Ringgit. Their biggest secret is perhaps the fact that finding a good deal isn’t actually that difficult.

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Google Brings Unsubscribe and Back for Gmail on Android and Web

by Huei Song · 2 weeks ago · 2 Comments · 428 views

Gmail Unsubscribe

Miss the “unsubscribe” button on Gmail? So do we, and it looks like Google is bringing the feature back. If you are sick and tired of being spammed with irrelevant emails, you can easily unsubscribe or even block the sender.

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