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Truefilm wants to be an Adobe Lightroom replacement on your iPhone

Last summer, we reviewed a new iPhone photo editor called Truefilm, which marketed itself as a cross between AfterLight, Facetune, (...)

This website shows you everything thats streaming on Periscope right now

Twitter’s new live-streaming app, Periscope, launched less than a week ago but it’s still a little tricky to discover feeds on (...)

Curator, Twitter’s answer to Storify, is now publicly open to media organizations

Earlier this year, Twitter teased Curator, its own media aggregation tool that combines select tweets and vines into an embeddable (...)

Xiaomi launches special edition Mi Note and Redmi 2 Android phones and a new Bluetooth weighing scale

Ahead of its fifth anniversary on April 6, Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi has announced five new products in the country today. (...)

WhatsApp for Android now allows all users to make voice calls, iOS coming soon

If you’ve been wondering when, oh when, someone will ring you via WhatsApp so you’ll get its new voice calling feature, you won’t (...)

After the US, it’s India’s turn to fight for net neutrality

While net neutrality may have a secure future in the US, its fate in India will be decided upon soon. The Telecom Regulatory Authority (...)

Google’s Cloud Console for Android lets you manage your App Engine projects on the go

Google has launched Cloud Console for Android, a new app for Android that lets developers manage their projects hosted on the company’s (...)

Hands on with Project Spartan, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer replacement

For all the things Windows 10 is supposed to do better than Windows 8, one of the most anticipated features in the operating system (...)

Jay-Zzzz: Tidal music service is artist-owned to serve no one but his own posse

Earlier today, Tidal, the music streaming service that Jay-Z purchased earlier this year, broadcast a live “launch” of its (...)

Microsoft’s Project Spartan browser is now available in the latest Windows 10 build

Microsoft’s long-awaited new browser is finally here for you to try. It just landed in the latest build of Windows 10 available (...)

Facebook now offers notifications for events near you hosted by bands, businesses and other pages

You’re on Facebook for the brands, right? A new button allows you to get notifications whenever your favorite brand/musician/page (...)

Gmail for Android now lets you check all your accounts in a single inbox

Google is unleashing a significant update to its Android Gmail app today that should please users with several email accounts. You (...)

The great escape: Survey reveals the secret struggles of corporate life

Chuk Ikéh is Head of Content at Tyba, our partner for TNW Jobs. Job satisfaction is key to deriving gratification from your work. (...)

Meet Adobe Comp CC, an iPad app that lets designers execute a complete layout on-the-go

If you’re a designer, and have the motive or opportunity to create a usable comp from start to finish on-the-go, you are in luck. (...)

95% off a lifetime subscription to Theme.Works WordPress Builder

If you’re building a new WordPress site, it’s important to customize it with your brand’s own style and flair so it stands out (...) adds open source translation platform Tatoeba in latest iOS update

Language learning app has introduced a suite of new features for its iOS app, including the incorporation of open-source (...)

Periscope won’t change the world – but it appeals to journalists’ vanity

The more people start to get excited about an app, the more the instinct to push back starts kicking around in my guts. Last week, (...)

Amazon’s new Home Services section lets you order anything from a plumber to a goat herder

Amazon may be the go-to place to shop online for physical goods, but it’s not of much use when your sink is clogged and you need (...)

India wants to use more open-source software to build e-governance apps

The Indian government announced a policy yesterday that makes it mandatory to use open-source software in building apps and services, (...)

This MacBook case lets you dress up your laptop with LEGO bricks

Many people use their laptop lids as canvasses to express themselves with stickers and decorative skins. The Brik case takes for MacBooks (...)

GitHub may have been targeted by Chinese hackers in DDoS attack

Code management platform GitHub has been fending off a days-long distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack since last Thursday. (...)

Here’s how to add a ‘Follow me on Meerkat’ button to your site

Livestreaming app Meerkat has just added a helpful tool to generate a ‘Follow me on Meerkat’ button that you can easily add to (...)

4 ways to improve customer experience with data

Sara Vera is a data scientist at Insightly, a CRM and project management tool. In marketing, data is power. Surveys of marketers across (...)

The secret science of shopping: Why we buy what we do

This article originally appeared on the Crew blog. I remember sitting in a McDonald’s as a kid and complaining that it was so cold. (...)

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