Users of the widely popular micro-blogging service Twitter can now send pictures privately through direct messages, thanks to a recent update to the app for both Android and iOS platforms.
Social-networking site Facebook recently toyed with the idea of adding a "Sympathize" button for use on occasions when "like" does not quite apply. For instance, a person can not use the "like" button on sad happening like the death of a Facebook friend's pet.
TV host & celebrity Ryan Seacrest-funded Typo iPhone Keyboard is finally available for pre-order for $99, with a promise that the device will be released in by mid of January 2014.
The backlit Typo iPhone Keyboard connects to an Apple iPhone 5 or iPhone 5S using a Bluetooth connection. It can also be used as a case for the smartphone.
PlayJam's ultra-portable videogame console GameStick will host Ubisoft's Prince of Persia 2: The Shadow & the Flame in its proprietary online storefront by 31st of December.
Sameer Baroova, head of games division at PlayJam, announced the recently-hit deal with Ubisoft, saying the company was immensely proud that the widely popular franchise was coming to GameStick.
Google's Chrome OS camera app has received some very notable features, well-known developer François Beaufort announced through a new Google+ post.
Apple shares gained nearly 3 per cent on Tuesday amid optimism that the Cupertino, California-based tech giant would soon announce an important deal with China Mobile.
China Mobile is the biggest mobile phone carrier in China, with nearly 700 million active subscribers. But, this carrier doesn't sell Apple's widely popular iPhones yet.
In a bid to attract more buyers, Pebble has announced a discount of $20 on its smartwatch for Black Friday.
The Pebble smartwatch, which normally comes with a retail price tag of $149.99, is now available for just $129.99 from getpebble. com. The company has also announced that it would take three to five business days for ordered smartwatches to reach buyers' doorsteps.