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Do you feel like you have a newspaper worthy front-page magazine celebrity shot? Don’t want to get ripped off by big agencies? Clashot aims to fix this problem by providing an Instagram style interface with the back bone of offering money to those whose photo’s could be on the next edition of Heat.
Apple plans to fix its iMessage problems which has suffered for users on some devices after they upgraded to iOS 7.
Apple has just updated the design of their beta iCloud website, beta.icloud.com. The new redesign now makes iCloud fit in with iOS 7 by sharing many design ascetics.
Withings announced Pulse, the Fitness Tracker back as CES 2013. It is a competitor fitness tracker that will go up against the likes of Fitbit, Nike Fuel band, Jawbone Up which are currently in the market.
The App Store was not forgotten during WWDC 2013. Apple announced during their event that the App Store will now update applications automatically in iOS 7. This is not an earth shacking announcement or feature but it is very important of iOS developers and users.
The features for iOS keep rolling in and this one is a big one. This feature as long been overdue. The competition have been reaping the benefits of convenience of having simple access to settings.
It keeps getting better being a T-Mobile customer, even more so if you are a MLB fan. During CES 2013, T-Mobile announced a multi-year deal with MLB. The press release mentioned the MLB at Bat application but nothing definitive as how it would be utilized by T-Mobile. Well today, we learned that T-Mobile & MLB is offering MLB at Bat 2013 premium service free to all T-Mobile customers.
There are many ways for us to listen to music. We can purchase it, rip it from CD’s, and stream it online through applications like Slacker & Rdio. However, what if you want to listen to live concerts. Many use Archivist, an application that roughly houses 75,000 live concerts in archive that users can listen to. Spacebar takes it a step further and offers customers to listen to live concerts as they happen.
Kingston mobile products successfully started with their Wi-Drive. It allowed users to wirelessly share files throughout multiple devices simultaneously. A limitation of the Wi-Drive was the internal storage; otherwise, it is a fantastic device. Kingston has released their next generation wireless device the MobileLite Wireless.