Archive for November, 2005

WhatsApp has more users than Twitter and Facebook

WhatsApp has more users than Twitter and Facebook, its CEO has claimed WhatsApp has more users than Twitter according to its boss Jan Koum. More than 8 billion inbound and 12 billion outbound messages are sent every day on the free messaging service, although Koum didn’t state how many users WhatsApp currently has. Twitter has […]

Nexus 4 with 4G and 64gb storage establishing in May well?

Gossip recommend Google and LG will kick off a Nexus 4 system at Google I/O 2013, getting LTE functions and 64gb of safe-keeping Google may possibly start a restarted Nexus 4 at Google IOrE 2013 in May well, incorporating LTE-assist and 64gb of inner safe-keeping, studies assert. Android mobile phone Essential Lime green Quiche is […]

Samsung Universe Items leaked out on-line before IFA uncover

One of the first pictures with the Check out the Universe Products has seemed on the web Timetabled to file for with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in a few days, the Straight talk samsung Galaxy Products is a smartwatch that can undoubtedly have plenty of well-designed tie-inches wide with Samsung’s existing quantity of Environment […]

iPhone 5S (Rumours) vs iPhone 5

How will the iPhone 5S be different from the iPhone 5? The number of iPhone 5S rumours currently circulating has reached dizzying levels and while we can’t say exactly which, if any, are true, it is possible to put together a ‘best guess’ scenario for the next Apple smartphone. Of course, this comparison should be […]

Tweets Numbersongs software launched for iPhone & iPad

See all 4 photographs Facebook has revealed its songs services, Numbersongs Twitter Numberaudio is formally here following months of rumours and mumblings about its existence. The application is only obtainable for iOS and also on pc currently, despite the fact that Twitting has confirmed an Android edition is along the way. Twitter established #music through […]

Firefox OS: HTML5 is ready for mobile, says Mozilla

Facebook, Google, and Apple might not like it much, but HTML5 is the way forward for Mozilla’s Firefox OS In 2011, Facebook CTO Bret Taylor said HTML5 would play a crucial role in delivering a consistent user experience across the social network’s mobile sites and applications. Less than a year later in 2012, Mark Zuckerberg […]