Apps & Software

Official LinkedIn App Finally Hits Android Handsets

Android users can celebrate with another victory. After a long-awaited wait, the LinkedIn app has finally become available for the Android Marketplace. Now it’s possible to schmooze and network on the go.

Although the beta app launched back in December, the functionality was limited to very few features. Thankfully, the official …

Chrome OS Coming to Tablets, As It Should

Chrome OS notebooks won’t arrive until later this year, but Google is already planning for tablets.

CNet’s Stephen Shankland found lots of tablet evidence among the Chrome OS source code, including a virtual keyboard and touch-optimized tabs. Google then confirmed that it’s “engaging in early open-source work for the tablet form …

Google’s Cloud Music Player for Android Leaked—Take a Look

A cloud-based, streaming music service from Google is almost certainly an inevitability now, as a freshly leaked version of the Android Music player has been making its way around the tubes.

The app looks similar to the music player found on the new Android Honeycomb tablets but works on Android smartphones as well. I took it for a …

Free Android and iPhone Group Video Calling Comes to Fring Beta

Want to FaceTime a bunch of people at once? Boo hoo. Skype for iPhone can’t do it either. Fring, another VOIP service, just started offering free group video calling – but it’s limited to a private beta build. Which means perhaps in a few months, it might get to tantalize the public with its video wiles.

The feature lets you …

A New iPad App Uses Modern Tech to Amplify the Power of War’s Narrative

In today’s digital age, our sense of reality is often hardened by the different forms of media pelting us from every angle, especially when it comes to conflict overseas.

Danfung Dennis — an award-winning mixed-media storyteller — wanted to undue our collective numbness with an innovative new iPad app that seeks to blend …

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