Posts Tagged ‘social networking’
  • Dazzboard Facebook app makes sharing media between devices easy!
    by Mike
    Posted August 12th, 2009 at 8:00 am
    Are you the type of person who captures all of life's precious moments in various media formats for hours upon hours of future enjoyment? If so, you already know how much of a hassle it can be to transfer, upload, download, and redo the whole process over and over again for each device you want to store your content on. Sidestepping for a second, Facebook has exploded into a massive social gathering place where hundreds of millions of people showcase their lives day in and day out. Managin...
  • Facebook app for iPhone soon to get update
    by Mike
    Posted August 10th, 2009 at 7:23 am
    Remember that Facebook app update for iPhone that I talked about what seems like months ago now (a month and a half actually)? The Facebook team has been hard at work and finally had something to say via Twitter. The new app is "pretty much done" and all they are working on now is translating the app into the various languages needed. Joe Hewitt, a Facebook developer and the one responsible for the tweet said that the translating process could take a bit of time coupled with Apple's joke for ...
  • Facebook for Android unofficially gets some camera time
    by Mike
    Posted August 7th, 2009 at 7:16 am
    While Facebook and Google haven't always been the greatest of friends, it appears that Facebook is at least moving forward with their business ventures and will soon be releasing an Android Facebook app. The app as you can see is simple yet effective in its delivery. Another part that I like is that the tabs the iPhone version has adorning the bottom of the screen to jump between the different sections are nicely hid out of view on the Android version, accessible by the menu button which in...
  • Social Networking a tool of the devil?
    by Mike
    Posted August 3rd, 2009 at 11:47 am
    Fear mongering is often a personal hobby of many uneducated individuals who lack knowledge of a particular subject yet feel they have a genuine understanding of the issues at hand. Take for example the Archbishop Vincent Nichols who doesn't really take too kindly to this whole social networking craze that seems to have taken the world by storm the last several years. Basically he goes on describing how social networking sites (Facebook in particular) and the activities they promote are nothi...
  • BlackBerry Wordpress app gets a new set of numbers/improvements
    by Mike
    Posted July 29th, 2009 at 8:02 am
    Mobile BlackBerry bloggers take note, if you haven't upgraded your BlackBerry Wordpress app, now is the time to do so. The new update, 0.9.0.140 brings with it several enhancements and new features including: Improved response time and UI navigation slugishness Removed photo manipulation options in app (already available in camera app) Local drafts bug fixes Prompt added when clicking back button after composing/editing post Category bug fixes Fixed issue with private posts not being pu...
  • Android *finally* getting Facebook app
    by Mike
    Posted July 29th, 2009 at 6:29 am
    Social networking and the associated sites such as MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, etc. have become a staple in many peoples' lives so much so that they want constant access to said content while on the go. For over a year now, BlackBerries and iPhone's have enjoyed two of the nicest Facebook apps released to the world. Android meanwhile hasn't seen much Facebook love as Google and Facebook are sorta kidna competitors. Helping your enemy isn't exactly the most talked about favorite topic at com...
  • Soldiers to Tweet the location of future enemy combatants?
    by Mike
    Posted July 15th, 2009 at 5:50 am
    Miniature qwerty keyboards have been popping up more and more recently across mobile devices of all types in a move by manufacturers to cater to the growing trend of texters, mobile emailers, and social butterflies. The military often treads a very different path. While their technology and gadgets are still top of the line and current, the gadgets themselves when based off of consumer electronics are often a few generations behind the curve. It seems the military is finally coming into the...
  • T-Mobile spills the beans about Touch Pro2 via Twitter
    by Mike
    Posted July 8th, 2009 at 5:51 am
    Twitter is quickly becoming the defacto standard for communication in the tech world as it allows instant notification to thousands of people at once. While you sister to breaking news gets shared via Twitter, perhaps the most useful (to geeks anyway) is that of new product announcements. You see, the old way of doing things was to have a formal press release followed by a couple live demos or shows to showcase your companies new product. Heck, now you spend 10 seconds typing out a tweet an...
  • Go old school social with Facebook/Twitter mouse pads
    by Mike
    Posted July 2nd, 2009 at 2:07 pm
    Forget the fact that today's optical and laser mice rarely need a mouse pad. But, if you have one of those grandmas who sware by there effectiveness or just like the smooth supple feel of a nice 1980's tech mouse pad, these pads may tickle your fancy. Featuring nifty screenshots of the Facebook and Twitter "home areas", these mouse pads aim to shake up your typical monotone/floral/animal print mouse pads and bring a tad of the here and now into your life. The cost to attain such geeked glor...
  • Bing adding real-time results via Twitter
    by Mike
    Posted July 2nd, 2009 at 10:27 am
    The craze over real-time news and search is about to heat up. While Google does in fact get pretty instantaneous updates on many items and topics, Microsoft's Bing is hitting the ground running and not letting up. The Bing Team is rolling out a new feature that incorporates Tweets into the search results. "Oh great, ten majillion pages full of erroneous results". Not to fear dear geek for the Bing Team has stated that they only plan on indexing Twitter accounts that they deem worthwhile base...
  • Wear your tweets on your chest
    by Mike
    Posted July 2nd, 2009 at 9:50 am
    There's no doubting the phenomenon Twitter has become. From major news outlets to small town bakery shops, Twitter is taking the world by storm. What better way to share your tweets with the world than to wear them? The "Loud Tweets" pin does just that. It features a 21 x 7 pixel display that will scroll your treets across your chest as to proclaim to the world your every little though, idea, and tweet. Future ideas for this little tweeting wonder include the possibility of GPS/GPRS innar...
  • Facebook app for iPhone getting major feature boost in version 3.0
    by Mike
    Posted July 2nd, 2009 at 7:52 am
    Facebook has become one of the most addicting and used social networking app this past year. Naturally, a platform as popular and now widespread as the iPhone/mobile OS X combo has cemented mobile internet use in today's fabric of life for people of all ages. It is being reported that Facebook version 3.0 for iPhone will bring 15 new, big feature updates. Unfortunately, there is some good news...and there is some bad news. The full rundown is right inside. (more...)...
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