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iOS-only smart calendar Tempo gets improved support for Gmail and enhanced event sharing

thenextweb.com
New Tempo, a smart calendar mobile app, has released an update bringing improved controls around event scheduling and communication to its users. With this release, people can now invite attendees to meetings, share events with their contacts, and communicate using the Gmail app for iOS instead of the native Mail client...
iOS-only smart calendar Tempo gets improved support for Gmail and enhanced event sharing

Unity makes mobile game development tools free for small developers

www.electronista.com
Unity has announced that its mobile game development tools are now free to use for smaller developers. The Unity platform is popular amongst iOS and Android developers, but its creator previously charged $800 to publish a game to the App Store or Google Play. Under the new rules, that barrier...
Unity makes mobile game development tools free for small developers

Apple maintains top spot in 2013 BrandZ brand rankings

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Apple remains in first place on an annual BrandZ ranking of the world's most valuable brands, notes MarketingWeek. Apple's brand is estimated to be worth $185.071 billion, putting it well ahead of next-closest rivals Google ($113.669 billion) and IBM ($112.536 billion). Other companies in the top 10 include McDonald's, Coca-Cola,...
Apple maintains top spot in 2013 BrandZ brand rankings

Google+ rolls out a redesign for mobile Web similar to desktop

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Switching up its mobile interface to look more like its desktop design, the Web giant adds "cards," cover photos, and larger tap targets. [Read more]...
Google+ rolls out a redesign for mobile Web similar to desktop

The Saturday Evening Post Finally Comes To iOS, With Help From Yudu

techcrunch.com
The Saturday Evening Post has a prominent spot in the history of American magazines. It’s where artist Norman Rockwell made a name for himself, and it has published classic American authors like Edgar Allan Poe and F. Scott Fitzgerald. But if you had no idea that it was still around,...
The Saturday Evening Post Finally Comes To iOS, With Help From Yudu

Windows Version of Quicken on the Mac

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Q: The only hesitation I have about switching to the Mac concerns Quicken. I have used that program on Windows for over 20 years. All the reviews on the Mac version are less than favorable. If I install Windows on the Mac, would I still be able to run my...
Windows Version of Quicken on the Mac

Chrome 27 goes stable with small speed boost, Chromium nabs app launcher on Mac

www.engadget.com
After sitting in a beta phase since early April, Chrome 27 is finally seeing a wide release with its arrival on the stable track. Headlining the fresh desktop version is a 5 percent speed boost to web page load times and a new API for saving and syncing data...
Chrome 27 goes stable with small speed boost, Chromium nabs app launcher on Mac
Basho Co-Founder Raises $3M To Launch Orchestrate.io, A Twilio For Databases

New Opera for Android looks like Opera, tastes like Chrome

arstechnica.com
Opera users on Android have been able to download a next-generation version of the browser in beta for some time, but today the company finally introduced those changes to the "stable" version of its mobile browser. The new Opera comes with big changes both to its user interface and...
New Opera for Android looks like Opera, tastes like Chrome

Microsoft storms the living room with Xbox One

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Microsoft is hitting the reset button on the Xbox, unveiling a new version of the console Tuesday that the company is aiming at rivals both old and new. Microsoft portrayed the third-generation Xbox as a device that could take a central position in the entertainment lives of consumers. That space...
Microsoft storms the living room with Xbox One
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