Pushlocal takes a hyper-local approach to connecting local customers with local businesses, non-profits and their local government.
Elevatr is a new app to guide startups through the process of experimentation and business plan development, to go from idea to viable business.
What would you do if your iPhone was stolen?
Soon you’ll be able to look your friends in the eye (sort of) when you log into your favorite social network with Google Glass. Google has just announced at the I/O conference in San Francisco that the futuristic eyewear will come with applications for Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Evernote as well as publications like CNN and Elle.
Readers can now browse Pinterest as well as books using the new Pinterest app for NOOK eReaders that was released today on the Barnes & Noble app store.
At the end of this month YouTube Create, a resource on YouTube’s website featuring third-party apps like Xtranormal, WeVideo, GoAnimate, Vlix, Magisto, Stupeflix and other video creation tools, will be shutting its doors. YouTube Create launched nearly two years ago but, according to GigaOM and a number of folks familiar with the issue, it will be shut down at the end of this month (i.e. after today).
When news that Apple’s iOS6 would be shipping without the built-in YouTube app hit the presses iPhone users everywhere were thrown into a panic…that is, until YouTube launched their own dedicated app on iPhone and iPod Touch in September. Months later, YouTube topped Apple’s 2012 top free iPhone apps chart and now mobile data company Onavo reports that nearly half of all iPhone users are active on YouTube.
Tomorrow is December 21, 2012—Doomsday. It may not be the end of the world, but we won’t know for sure until Saturday and if does turn out that tomorrow really is the Apocalypse you’ll want to be prepared, right? Lucky for you, PGi.com has done the legwork and put together a pretty nifty infographic to help you prepare for “your everyday zombie apocalypse.”
Where will you be when the Snowpocalypse next or Frankenstorm hits your town? Somewhere safe and dry, yes, but you might also be glued to your phone for weather updates and text messages from all of your nosy friends. The Weather Channel is on to you. Today on weather.com, you’ll find the severe weather edition of My Friends’ Weather, a social feature that will show you which of your Facebook friends are in the danger zone during a local National Weather Service (NWS) alert.
As the end of the year approaches, Apple has released its AppStore Best of 2012, a list of the year’s top sellers, notable trends and editors’ picks. On the paid front, Angry Birds Space took the number one spot for the best selling iPhone and iPad app of 2012. Skype topped the charts on the free iPad apps chart, but on iPhone the most downloaded free app was Google’s YouTube app.