Over the last few years, we have come to learn of the fact that Apple is one of those companies that loves to make money by selling expensive accessories to its of clients.
From previous apple product launches, we have come to expect three things:
When a romantic relationship comes to an end, it is usually easy to avoid unwanted face-face interactions with your ex. Well, Facebook has that uncomfortable situation sorted out for you!
Facebook announced that it is trialing a feature to hide posts from former significant others after a relationship end. The feature allows exes to be blissfully ignorant of each other’s up to date activities.
Urbanite limited, has today released a new app that will allow you to book for a motorbike ride on the fly.
According to the company, the Uber-like app, which is called Crooza driver, will allow passengers to make bookings for motorbike transport and courier services within Nairobi. The app will also allow you to connect with the dispatcher and get details about your booking.
The company believes that the app will lower the cost of using motorbike taxis around Nairobi by more than 30%. In addition to this, Crooza will offer insurance to passengers should they get in an accident.
You can download the app from Google play store and iTunes today!
If you thought that that the electric self-driving car was the last innovative technology to hit the car making industry, then think again!
Local Motors has come up with an even more stunning concept to car making: Printing A Car!
Drunk texts could be banished for good thanks to a new app that allows you to recall messages you would probably live to regret.
Protect Your Privates allows you to delete messages you wish you had not sent and the text is miraculously removed from the server, saving you from any embarrassment the morning after.
However, there is a catch – you need to act quickly as the recipient cannot have read it yet.
Of course, the only hitch is that anyone you might drunkenly text must also have the app, and it cannot help you with messages you send via other means.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently announced that the company is finally working on a much-desired feature: a “dislike” button. According to Zuckerberg, this feature has long been one of those most-requested by the Facebook audience.
Facebook, pressed for years by users to add a “dislike” button, says it is working on the feature and will be testing it soon.
“We’ve finally heard you,” CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg told a public town hall meeting in Facebook’s hometown of Menlo Park, California.
Messaging app prepares for brutal cull of loyal users, even though it admits they have been 'an important part of our story'
WhatsApp is about to give up to five million long-standing users the boot as it clamps down on the use of old phones.
The messaging app is ending support for a number of wildly popular devices just weeks after turning seven years old.
In a statement, it said called on people to buy new gizmos if they want to continue tagging along on its "amazing journey.”
"This was a tough decision for us to make, but the right one in order to give people better ways to keep in touch with friends, family, and loved ones using WhatsApp," the firm announced.
These devices will no longer able to run WhatsApp:
Samsung Electronics declared on Thursday that it would release its next smart watch to its competitors who are also users of Google Inc’s (GOOGL.O) mobile platform Android. The new announcement aims to increase Samsung’s share in the market that is currently dominated by Apple Inc (AAPL.O).
The watch will be available in the market as of October, Samsung said at the IFA in Berlin, Europe’s largest Consumer Electronics Trade Show.
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