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Action Launcher 3 is out with Quicktheme, app Covers, Shutters, and more

Action Launcher has always been one of the better known launchers to hit the Play Store, and today, Android developer Chris Lacy has released an updated version of the app with a bunch of new features that takes everything that was already great about the app and brings it up to date for Android …

Google's updated search app brings its Android design to iOS

Google today updated its core search app for iOS, and the latest version does much more than add iPhone 6 support. Google's given the entire app a makeover and says it's "completely rebuilt" with animations styled after Android 5.0 and the company's Material Design guidelines. This is probably most …

15 Tips to Rank Your App Better in iTunes

If your business is building an app, you have likely put quite a bit of work into it. Once the product is finished, your success depends on whether customers can find it. Let’s look at how you can ensure your hard work doesn’t go to waste.<p>Even though Android holds a higher market share than iOS, …

Google Play Reveals 2014's Most Downloaded Apps

As we near the end of another circle around the sun, Google Play looks back at the year gone by in mobile apps, games and entertainment content, using data from its downloads and sales from 2014.<p>The most downloaded apps for the year include language learning app-game crossover Duolingo, Web radio …

Make your own Product Hunt collections and bookmarks

Happy holidays, early, from Product Hunt. The self-described “Reddit for products” has introduced a few new tools that diehard fans have been asking …

These are the apps that still look bad on Apple's iPhone 6

Three months in, some big companies are lagging with updates<p>Too many apps still look lousy on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. The oversized, ugly status bar still greets us several times each day. And the system keyboard ever-so-slightly changing size is enough to make anyone crazy. Why? It's been nearly …

Amazon's Android app has quietly been removed from Google Play

When Amazon updated its primary Android app with an "Apps & Games" section, it was a milestone in third-party distribution: Finally, you could access Amazon's library of applications without sidestepping Google Play. It didn't last long -- Amazon's app store mysteriously disappeared from Google …

Facebook: We Don’t Call Them ‘Users’ Any More, We Call Them ‘People’

For a start, Facebook is not calling its users "users" any more — it now refers to them as "people."<p>The company also has an "empathy team" which is charged with helping its engineers and designers understand what it's actually like to be a user, or a business paying for advertising.<p>Speaking at The …

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Move Over, Balloon Animals!: How To Make The World's Cheapest Smartphone Case Out Of A Balloon

This is a short video showing you how to make a smartphone case out of a balloon. Will it protect your phone's screen from a fall? No clue, but it …

Google Play Services 6.5 now available from Android SDK Manager

The latest version of Google Play Services for Android is now available to developers through Android SDK Manager. Google Play Services 6.5 features several new developer features for its Maps, Fit, and other APIs. Moreover, there is a new “lite mode” that allows developers to include a static map …

Apple names its top apps of 2014; Uber makes the cut

It's a good day for Elevate, which was just named Apple's favorite app of 2014.<p>The app, which helps you improve memory and focus, was Apple's top …

YouTube Now Tells You How Copyrighted Music Will Affect Your Video Before You Upload It

Google today launched a new feature in the YouTube Audio Library that allows uploaders who use copyrighted music to see exactly what will happen to their videos before they upload them.<p>When you upload a video to YouTube today, the service’s Content ID system will automatically try to figure out if …

Facebook Search now lets you find specific posts, not just people

It's been almost two years since Facebook launched Graph Search, an ambitious and all-encompassing tool that you could use to search through your connections based on their Facebook behaviors. Now, the company is introducing its next big update to its search product, and it's the kind of idea …

Telegram Claims 50M Monthly Active Users, Seems To Be Attracting Teams

Telegram, the messaging app startup created by a team headed by Pavel Durov (who created VK.com), has hit some major numbers, according to a blog post by the company today.<p>It now claims to have over 50 million monthly active users, sending 1 billion messages daily. This is after only 16 months of …

Drones - how they became the gadget of 2014

As reports emerge of a drone flying into a Heathrow flightpath, Harry Wallop examines how unmaned vehicles became so popular and what the rules are about flying them.<p>It is a story straight out of a science fiction movie: in July the pilot of an Airbus A320 coming into land at Heathrow, flying at …

YouTube Now Warns What Happens With Copyrighted Music

For a number of years now, YouTube has used its Content ID service to automatically scan for copyrighted tracks and remove them.<p>Sometimes, it’s unclear why a video is taken down or muted, though, so YouTube will now warns creators about will happen if they upload a video with a copyrighted song.<p>For …

Mars Curiosity Rover Finds Clues to Genesis of Ancient Lake and Peak

Geological observations from NASA's Curiosity rover have helped scientists come up with a scenario for the creation of a lake that's bigger than Salt Lake and a mountain that's higher than Mount Rainier on ancient Mars.<p>The scenario suggests that water could have filled much of 96-mile-wide …

Crane's eye view of Shanghai - in pictures

A crane worker on the construction site of the Shanghai Tower, one of the highest spots in the city, is a prize winner in the Shanghai City Photography Competition. Wei Gensheng's views over Shanghai have become increasingly impressive as the building has continued to climb

Articles about top 10 houses dwell week on Dwell.com - Dwell

From a home designed by David Chipperfield in London to WORKac's New York duplex, here is what caught our eye over the last few...<p>From floating student dorms to concrete homes, catch up from the week with these abodes from around the world.<p>John Pawson's minimal home and an experimental residence by …

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How to Make Homemade Peanut Butter Cups

I am what you might call a recovering junk food addict—and one that had an especially strong penchant for candy.<p>And while I’ve managed to get my sweet tooth under control in recent years, I still have quite a weakness for homemade versions of classic treats.<p>Being able to create them without …

Stage A Thunderstorm In Your Living Room With This Weird Lamp

Puff piece: The interactive Cloud Lamp, a bolt of genius, will storm the scene at home to thunderous effect. Someone stop me…<p><i>Happy Black Friday! We’re taking the day to republish some of our most popular Wanted posts of the year. For a complete roundup, go here.–Eds.</i><p>People see things in clouds. We …

Articles about top 10 houses dwell week 1 on Dwell.com - Dwell

From a home designed by David Chipperfield in London to WORKac's New York duplex, here is what caught our eye over the last few...<p>From floating student dorms to concrete homes, catch up from the week with these abodes from around the world.<p>John Pawson's minimal home and an experimental residence by …

Who's more evil – Facebook or Google? | Holly Baxter http://gu.com/p/3jpx5/fb If you think that it’s only Facebook fiddling with the parameters of morality, you might be interested to know that Google is evil too. Gmail has been scanning the private contents of emails to and from your e-buddies for a while now. Photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

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5 Steps To Becoming A ‘Highly Recommended’ Brand On Social Media

That's the central theme of digital marketer Paul Rand's new book "Highly Recommended: Harnessing the Power of Word of Mouth and Social Media to Build Your Brand and Your Business." In it, he argues that the number-one thing that drives business today is recommendations. To win, he says every …

Social Media

CEO Says A Job Candidate's Work History Is Not That Important

According to Jeff Fluhr, CEO of social video platform Spreecast, it's not really that important and, actually, having the right professional experience is overrated.<p>"I still sometimes find myself falling into the trap of thinking, when I'm trying to fill a role, 'Has the person done the work that …

Employment

The Longest, Craziest, Job Interviews We Ever Heard Of

His great career wouldn't have happened without one of the craziest job interviews we've ever heard of: a six-hour car ride with his potential boss from San Francisco to L.A.<p>It was 2001 and he was a young salesperson working for a startup called Vuepoint (later named Certpoint Systems, which is now …

Job Interviews