Mac users can now rejoice, OS X Lion GM (Gold Master) has been seeded to developers today! Apple always releases the GM version of their software right before the final version is available for download/purchase; with that said, the final version will be available to all users through the App Store sooner rather than later. […]
Google+ enthusiests have recently dug into Google’s source code and have discovered references to Google+ Games. This would suggest that Google is working on a new social gaming feature for Google+ and it could be a feature seen in future updates.
Mark Zuckerberg, the creator of Facebook, told reporters a minor detail about a future Facebook feature/product and he said that the company is planning to release “something awesome” next week.
Most of you are probably aware of Google’s new social networking service (Google+). The only way to be a part of Google+, for the time being at least, is to receive an invite – but due to the high volume of invites sent,Google had to temporarily disable the invite service. Thankfully there’s a way to […]
According to Comex, his most recent Jailbreak endeavor (JailbreakMe 3.0) is looking pretty solid and it seems like he has most of the bugs worked out:
Facebook addicts everywhere will rejoice when they hear that HTC’s new Phone, The Status, will be Facebook’s first mobile device to hit the market! The Status will be available on AT&T and it will come with many Facebook oriented features, one of which is a dedicated Facebook button that will allow users to share their favorite […]
Yesterday I reported on google’s new social networking services, Google+ – and today it looks as if we’ll see a “Native Google+ app for iPhone 4 users (iOS 4+)”. This document was uncovered by iPhoneItalia and unfortunately Google didn’t provide much of launch date, they simply said “Coming soon” so stay tuned for more Google+ […]
Google is going to tackle Facebook head on with their social networking service, Google+ – Check out the video above and let us know what you think in the comments below and as always, stay tuned for more updates on technology and Google+