Everybody likes a gift or two. Birthdays, anniversaries, whatever the occasion, gifts are good. Facebook Gifts will allow you to send real gifts to your friends. You can order gifts for people directly through the social network and suggestions will be tied into birthday reminders and life events like weddings.
Facebook is the worlds most popular social network, in second place is Twitter, and now it would appear that one of Facebook’s recent acquisitions is becoming more popular than Twitter.
According to a recent report by comScore in August Instagram, the popular photo sharing app which was recently purchased by Facebook, had more daily mobile users than Twitter.
An interesting new project called Parallella created by Adapteva has landed on Kickstarter which hopes to make parallel computing platforms accessible to everyone.
The key to the new Parallella project are Open Access, Open Source and Affordability say its creators, watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Parallella project and see its creators talk you through their idea.
Today Mozilla has launched their new password-free login system Mozilla Persona, into its first public beta stage of development. Allowing users to easily login to a number of site without the need to remember password and user details.
Mozilla Persona beta development stage is currently being offered to users and anyone who is interested in signing up, for free worldwide, and already support 25 languages.
The innovation never stops at Apple and if you look at the company’s patents, they can be a good indicator as to what the company’s plans are for the future. A new patent by Apple, published today, refers to a flexible display that can be equipped with a bunch of interesting features.
It has been revealed this week that Verizon is nearing the end of development for a new product to its range in the form of a media server. Which has been designed to enable users to enjoy using multiple third-party devices simultaneously via their home network to view and control FiOS TV services.
BlueStacks the awesome program that allows you to run Android application on Mac OS X and Windows systems has today announced a partnership it has struck with AMD.
Enabling Bluestacks to bring over 500,000 Android applications to Windows systems and now specifically optimised for AMD GPUs and APUs. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the BlueStacks software.
Google on their 14th Birthday has rolled out a new feature to their Google Takeout service, which now allows YouTube users to re-download their original videos in the format they originally up-loaded them to YouTube in.
Previously Google’s YouTube has allowed users to download individual transcoded videos from your YouTube Video Manager.
Nokia has today announced European SIM-free pricing for its new Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 smartphones, which will be arriving in Italy and Germany in November.
Both the Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 will be arriving on the Vodafone cellular network in Germany and in Italy on TIM, 3 Italy, Vodafone and Wind, with the Lumia 920 Windows Phone 8 flagship being priced at €649 or $836 approximately, while the Nokia Lumia 820 will be priced at €499 or $643.
Today the search engine giant Google celebrates its 14th Birthday, and to celebrate Google has created its very own animated Google doodle which transforms from a chocolate cake into the Google logo, which is underneath the cake and fourteen candles, as it virtually gets eaten.
Dropbox has announced this week that it has partnered with Facebook to provide an easier way to share Dropbox files and documents, with Facebook Groups.
The new features now allows Facebook users to share files from Dropbox directly inside Facebook Groups, in a simpler way to creating other posts within Facebook.
In an attempt to clean up its membership and weed out false accounts Facebook has started to delete thousands of fake accounts from its system.
Starting this week Facebook started purging the fake accounts and removing false Page Likes from accounts, following on from the site integrity improvements Facebook rolled out last month.