Much like Gmail’s five year-long beta period, expect Google Glass to be a “work in progress” for some time.
Twitter updated its iOS and Android apps today so you can see more trends in more places. The company also improved video playback on Vine.
After more than six months of neglect, Hulu’s design team has finally started paying some attention to its Apple TV app.
Perhaps BlackBerry is finally paying attention.
Fab is loving mobile. The company released updates to its app today, saying it’s releasing updates every few weeks.
Twitter released two new updates this morning, making user profiles much more visual and updating the Twitter experience on mobile with a new photostream widget.
When Microsoft bought Yammer for $1.2 billion, concerns arose it might lose some of innovative spirit. But today Yammer has pushed back with several big updates, including a new “inbox” that prioritizes conversations, a real-time messaging interface, and integrations with Hootsuite and seven other services.
Indicating yet again that 2012 is going to be a big year for Windows Phone, details have emerged about Microsoft’s plans for its upcoming Tango and Apollo updates.
Owners of Samsung’s first lineup of Galaxy S phones are in for some bitter news this morning, as the company has confirmed that the phones won’t be receiving an update to Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich.”
Prior to the launch of its new iOS 5 mobile operating system tomorrow, Apple has released a huge update for its iTunes Mac software.
Microsoft’s massive Windows Phone 7.5 mobile operating system update, also known as Mango, started rolling out to users worldwide today.
Windows Phone 7 users won’t have to wait much longer for the platform’s major Mango update, as Microsoft announced today it will start rolling it out “in the next week or two.”
Update: VP of Windows Phone Joe Belfiore tweeted this morning that the Sept. 1 release date is “just a rumor.” That’s still not an outright denial though. —
Microsoft announced today that the first major update for Windows Phone 7, codenamed “Mango”, has been released to manufacturing — a major development milestone before it makes it way to consumers.
Ready for more ads in your Twitter feed? To boost revenue, Twitter is planning to get more aggressive about ads on its site, making promoted tweets more prominent in the main stream of updates, reports the Financial Times.
Microsoft today detailed what’s coming in its long-awaited fall update for Windows Phone 7, code-named Mango, and it includes some major new features like multitasking, as well as expanded access to the OS and devices for developers.
An update released on Monday for Windows Phone 7 devices has caused issues for many users, including trouble with its installation, and some phones have been left completely nonfunctional, or “bricked.”
Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 operating system will be getting multitasking later this year with an interface that looks like a direct copy of Palm’s (now HP’s) WebOS platform.
Seesmic, a client for reading status updates across Twitter, Facebook and other services, today announced it has secured a third round of funding of $4 million from popular customer relationship management service Salesforce.com, and a Softbank Group company managed by Softbank Holdings Inc.
Updates are in the works for Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 platform that may make it more enticing to mobile developers, according to Tom Warren at WinRumors.
Facebook confirmed yesterday that it has begun testing a new “subscribe” feature for users and pages. The feature lets users follow a user or page and receive notifications when a new update or piece of content, such as a picture or video, occurs.
Facebook’s 500 million-plus users are a noisy bunch. To cut through the chatter, search engine Wowd today announced it has launched a new tool dubbed the Social Discovery Client.