Picture this, you’re out and about and come across something that piques your interest that words could not describe in a relevant Google search, but you managed to snap a picture of said object. How do you go about finding out what this object is? Twitter co-founder Biz Stone has introduced, in his mind, the next big thing in search engines, Jelly. Hit the jump to get a closer look at the app that boasts a new and more fun way to search.
Around this time last year, Candy Crush Saga hit Facebook timelines like a raging virus, oozing from every orifice the social site could offer. Soon after, the viral spread took to smartphones all over the world. One year later, the popular mobile app has surpassed 500 million downloads, making it one of the most successful games of all time. Hit the jump to get a look of one of the year’s most successful apps and the company behind it.
Instagram announced this past week that they will begin incorporating advertisements into their app very soon. Although the company claims to believe that the integration of ads will not interrupt the user experience, this may not bode well with some of the apps over 150 million users. Hit the jump to see what you can expect in the upcoming months. Continue reading
Game console heavyweights Sony and Microsoft are gearing up for the release of their new game consoles, the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, respectively. As November quickly approaches, both titans of gaming have unveiled their release titles and any extras that will coincide with the launch of each console. Check out a side by side comparison of what you can expect to find from the PS4 and Xbox One when they release November 15 and November 22 after the jump. Continue reading
Electronic Dance Music, or EDM as some would call it, has seen explosive growth in popularity over the last year. And with that growth comes high demand for some of the world’s best DJs. Forbes has put together a list of the highest paid EDM DJs – some earning as much as $100,000 a show. See if your favorite DJ made the list after the jump. Continue reading
If Vine, and now recently Instagram weren’t enough, enter MixBit into the video sharing arena. From the co-founders of YouTube comes the latest instant video-sharing app technology for Apple iOS and soon to be Android. Not only is Mixbit a video sharing app, but it is the first site that allows users to collaborate with each other and remix videos uploaded by the community. Take a look at the rest Mixbit’s features after the break. Continue reading