Google has announced a deal with Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T to pre-install Google Wallet on all of their Android devices in the US from later this year. As part of the agreement, it’s buying technology
MTV is teaming up with leading mobile operators to give users access to its vast content library on the go with the launch of two new apps next month – MTV Play and MTV Trax. MTV Play is a video on demand
Microsoft’s quirky amalgamation of fitness tracker and smartwatch, the simply named Band, is about to get more powerful; the company is launching a series of updates for the tracker, as well as introducing
Steam has a big surprise for us today: it has quietly dropped a hint that next week at the Game Developers Conference it’ll be showing off “SteamVR hardware.” A page on the Steam site says that the “Steam
Thomas Knoll, co-creator of Photoshop, says the current Creative Cloud Photography Plan, which bundles the app, Lightroom and Lightroom Mobile into a $9.99 per month subscription, is now priced fairly
Great interface design is quickly becoming a priority as companies everywhere start realizing that it’s paramount to their succeeding in the crowded online space. Then why, despite its importance, has
Jordan Roland is a staff designer and illustrator for the Shutterstock blog. This post was originally published on the Shutterstock blog and has been reprinted with permission. With days to go before 87th
As part of celebrations around the 25th anniversary of Photoshop, Adobe has tipped its hat to the motion picture industry that has increasingly turned to the artistic software package in its productions.
Sometimes it takes all your energy to create a product worth sharing. More often, it’s even harder to get the word out when you’re done. ZIIBRA, an online marketplace based in Seattle, just launched ZIIBRA
Valentine Proust is Creative Director at Fontyou, a Paris-based online co-creation platform dedicated to typography. This post originally appeared on the Fontyou blog, and has been adapted with permission.
Back in September, Microsoft announced a program that let students at US schools see if they were eligible for a free Office 365 license. Students and teachers outside the US can now take advantage of