Meet, the Scrubba, a portable washing machine, in form of a bag. This wash bag, allows people to do their laundry, on-the-go. The Scrubba is a lightweight, foldable bag that features small nodules to help sc...Read more »
Twitter latest update is now available in Apple's App Store and Android's Google Play Store.
Twitter rolls out a new update that allows photos and Vine videos to appear in the timeline. Users can just tap to show the full version of an image or play a video. You can also go to settings if you want to disable the Tweet previews.
The latest update also allows you to retweet, favorite a tweet and send a reply without ever leaving your feeds.
You can now download the new update via Apple’s App store for iOS devices and through the Google Play Store for Android devices.View Article Source »
Hollywood couple Marian Carey and Nick Cannon renew their wedding vows in Paris' Eiffel Tower.
Marian Carey and Nick Cannon have renewed their wedding vows for the nth time. The couple have renewed their vows at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, during their wedding anniversary, which is also their twins’ first birthday.
They got married back in 2008 in Bahamas and are celebrating their fourth year as a married couple.
The couple went through a tough time, after Nick Cannon suffered from an autoimmune disease, earlier this year. Carey gave birth to her twins, baby boy Monroe and baby girl Moroccan, April 30 of 2011.View Article Source »
The cloud storage service rolled out a couple of new features that make uploading files from desktop a lot more easier.
Dropbox has just rolled out its second update for the week, a new feature that allows automated upload of photos of video files from its PC or Mac client.
This new feature simplifies the process of transferring media files from any camera, phone or SD card to your Dropbox and retains full-quality the original size to a private “Camera Uploads” folder.Read the rest of the article »
Facebook updates its photo viewer, now allows high-resolution photos and full-screen view.
Facebook has rolled out a couple of new updates for its photo viewer. Starting today, the photo viewer will automatically display images in the highest resolution possible that could go “up to four times” bigger on a large display.
It also includes a full-screen mode that gives an expanded view of those hi-res images that takes up your entire screen.Read the rest of the article »
Wikipedia successfully ended its annual fundraiser with a record-breaking $20M, surpassing its $16M goal.
The Wikimedia Foundation, the non-profit organization behind the Wikipedia and other related sites has just concluded its annual fundraising campaign after it reached a record breaking $20M that surpasses its $16M goal.
The conclusion of the campaign also marks the end of its quirky fundraising banners which are now replaced by a ‘thank you’ banner. This banner is linked to a letter coming from Wikimedia Foundation Executive Director Sue Gardner, thanking its donors for their generous contributions and for making Wikipedia the ‘#5 most-popular site in the world’.Read the rest of the article »
The last Harry Potter film installment is coming in the big screen in just a couple of days. See how the mania hits New York at the gallery.
The stars of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows 2 were in Times Square last Monday for the premiere of the final film. During the weekend, several of the male cast members watched Daniel Radcliffe’s Broadway performance of How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.
Check out the gallery after the skip to see the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows 2 premiere photos.Read the rest of the article »
With Flixlab, you can now make instant videos by using you and your friends' photo galleries.
Flixlab, an iPhone app that was recently released in the market, allows you to create cool videos using photos or footage from both your iPhone’s gallery and your friend’s.
The video making is quite easy. Just by using your own video clips and pictures, or even newly taken shots from your Facebook profile, you can create a collaborative video presentation — which you can share with your friends through social sites. And to make your footage more interesting, Flixlab offers a huge collection of themes, transitions, and music effects, which you can use for your video.Read the rest of the article »
Since many Facebook users love to tag their pictures, the website has been rolling out a facial recognition feature that makes it easier for users to tag their friends. This feature has been introduced as a default setting.
On the whole, Facebook will use its facial recognition technology to group similar faces together and automatically suggest the friend you should tag them with whenever you’re offered the chance to tag groups of your friends in a certain album.
The tag option has been rolling out to international users over the past few months now. According to Sophos, Facebook has been making the facial recognition feature a default setting.
For users who do not want Facebook to suggest you when your friends go tagging everyone in a photo that you really wouldn’t like to be tagged to, do the following:
1. Go to privacy settings.
2. Click “Customize settings.”
3. Scroll down to “Things others share.”
4. Find “Suggest photos of me to friends.”
5. Edit accordingly.
Again, there are a number of privacy-focused users getting upset about the option being turned on without their consent. And this isn’t the first time Facebook has turned on a feature without users knowing.View Article Source »
Will the people see Osama bin Laden's corpse? The White House don't think so, not even in photos.
According to The Drudge Report, President Barrack Obama had decided to release at least one image of Osama bin Laden’s corpse. However, the White House did not say a word about this report.
The US official further explains that the White House do not believe that the photos are suitable to run in the media, as some of it shows Osama bin Laden’s most graphic images due to massive head wounds. However, it is the photo that most clearly identifies the Al Qaeda leader.Read the rest of the article »
Foursquare has added two heavily requested features to its popular iPhone app that should make the service significantly more social: Photos and Comments. Already got it on your iPhone?
Finally, Foursquare has added the Photos and Comments features on its application for iPhone. The Photos enable Foursquare users to attach photos to checkins, tips and venues, while Comments allow them to state an opinion to their friend’s checkins. These social updates will be enmeshed and included on the user’s Foursquare activity and history page.Read the rest of the article »
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