Friday, April 28, 2017

Train Your Voice With The Vanido Singing App


Train Your Voice With This Singing App

Vanido Singing App
Article Snip: "...iOS: If you want to really kill it at karaoke, approximately hitting the notes won’t be good enough. A free app called Vanido can guide you through singing exercises, and show you in real time how well you’re hitting those notes. First, though, you get to find out what your range is, and how it compares..."

Reference: lifehacker.com

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

How to stop apps from collecting your email data

How to stop apps from collecting your email data

Article Snip: "...If you don't want Unroll.me -- or other companies -- to collect and sell your data, you can disconnect it from Google's security page. Go to ..."


Reference: cnn.com

Monday, April 17, 2017

Microsoft: Previous Windows patches fixed newly leaked NSA exploits

Microsoft: Previous Windows patches fixed newly leaked NSA exploits

Article Snip: "...Microsoft said it has already patched vulnerabilities revealed in Friday’s high-profile leak of suspected U.S. National Security Agency spying tools, meaning customers should be protected if they’ve kept their software up-to-date. Friday’s leak caused concern in the security community..."


Reference: www.pcworld.com

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Twitter Lite: Twitter launches a ‘lite’ mobile web app that’s optimized for emerging markets


Twitter launches a ‘lite’ mobile web app that’s optimized for emerging markets

Twitter Lite app
Twitter Lite app
Article Snip: "...It’s called Twitter Lite and, unlike similar ‘Lite’ apps from Facebook and others, it is browser-based — living at mobile.twitter.com. It is essentially a data-optimized version of the regular Twitter service that, the company said, loads fast and will work well on limited internet connections. It added that, already, “hundreds of millions” visit the mobile app each month but now it wants to expand that reach..."

Reference: techcrunch.com

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Tearline app: American Spies Now Have Their Very Own Smartphone App

American Spies Now Have Their Very Own Smartphone App

Article Snip: "...Called Tearline, the app is a wiki-style collaborative platform for reading and writing unclassified intelligence reports, complete with charts, comments, and updates. There are versions for mobile and desktop, Apple and Android alike. Anyone can download them, but..."


Reference: www.wired.com