Responsive design is all the craze nowadays. In case you don’t know, responsive design is a website theme/layout that adapts to different screen sizes with just one code base, instead of different ones for each size. Websites such as yours truly, Mashable, ReadWriteWeb, TheNextWeb have responsive designs so you can simply resize this browser window ((…)
Twitter has released an update for their official app for iOS and Android. The new version includes updates like a revamped discovery tab, improved search and account management.
Facebook App for iOS and Android Updated with Sharing, Emoticons Support and Improved Friends Tagging
Facebook App for iOS and Android has been updated to support sharing posts, using emoticons and improved friends tagging in posts, photos and comments.
Facebook is testing a new update for their comments system which will allow users to reply to comments on posts. The new Reply to Comment feature has been present in Facebook’s comment plugin for third party websites and it’s good to see the company implementing something similar on their own website.
Facebook has updated their iOS app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch taking it to version 5.1which brings photo filters and multi photo uploads. Facebook has been taking full advantage of their Instagram acquisition. First, they introduced Instagram web profiles and now they have integrated photo filters in to their native app for iOS.
Instagram has begun rolling out web profiles allowing users to showcase their photos taken with Instagram app on iOS or Android smartphones. The web profiles make it easier for users to discover each others photos and additionally allowing users to follow people, comment & like photos as well as edit their profile easily and directly(…)
Mozilla has just released Firefox 16 and it is available for download for Windows, Mac and Linux. Since the launch of Chrome browser by Google, one of the fastest growing browsers, Mozilla has been pushing updates of its browser very quickly to stay ahead of the competition.
Apple, Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Other Companies Jointly Launch a Web Standards Documentation Site: WebPlatform.org
Several web developers and leading tech companies including Apple, Google, HP, Microsoft, Mozilla, Nokia, Adobe, Facebook and Opera have launched a new website called Web Platform which will serve as a one stop place for information regarding HTML5, CSS4 and other web standards.
The social media giant, Facebook, has announced today that it has now reached one billion active users milestone who are “actively” spending time on the website. The company achieved the milestone on September 14 at 12:45 PM PST. Facebook also announced that it now 600 million mobile users. This also means that one-seventh of the(…)
Mann vs Machine update for Team Fortress 2 is finally live after so much hype about a third new faction which turned out to be the machines. Even more new maps and new ways of fighting robots have been revealed. The new maps are Decoy and Coaltown while 35 new achievements have been added as(…)