Its annoying when someone picks up your phone and starts looking at your messages and pictures without your permission. But now there's an app that lets you stop them before they do so. iPhone with Alarm Security System is a basic alarm that keeps people from gaining entry to your phone.
Pay attention all you would-be hackers out there, because Anonymous have
just released their own distribution of the Linux operating system.
The Anonymous-OS is based off Ubuntu and runs the MATE user interface. It comes complete with many built-in hacking tools that crack passwords, search for vulnerabilities in web sites, and simulate denial of service attacks.
If you haven't already used an app before, you will someday soon. That's to say, every smartphone nowadays are relying on what is known as "the app economy". The first iPhone in 2007 kick started the production and mainstream usage of smartphones and since then the device has opened a world of innovation in mobile technology.
The lines of virtual and reality are slowly blurring, and soon enough we'll see something so realistic we could bring it out from the virtual world to the real one. Post it notes are making a transition from computer screen to real world.
What would it take to motivate you to start running? Would pretending to escape a pack of brain-hungry zombies help you get in better shape? Then Zombies, Run! is absolutely the perfect app for your lazy ass.
Finally. After announcing that it will be launching very soon, who knew it would be one day later? Instagram, finally sort of shows off the beta version of its Android app. So its not vaporware after all.
Cosmopolitan magazine is doing pretty well for their digital division. Its been able to amass more than 100,000 paid subscribers to its digital editions according to parent company Hearst.
They began their digital subscription offerings through Zinio in late 2004, and they've also been made available on Barnes & Noble's Nook in November 2010, and Amazon's Kindle in November 2011 and Apple's iPad in March 2010.
Spotify has seemed to have gotten the music formula right. Since December, its users have clocked up to 13 million hours of listening to music around the world. Its now set its sights higher and wants to take over the digital music ecosystem entirely.
Everyone's copying pinterest nowadays. Here's an app that takes the photos from your Facebook News Feed and puts them in a layout that looks like Pinterest. And it just got the "Like" from Mark Zuckerberg too.