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Urturn, the social expressions platform that soft-launched as stealthily as possible last year by intentionally hiding under a really boring name, is getting ready to turn the volume up to 11 to start seriously recruiting teens and trend-setters to its meme-stuffed, fashion-friendly, music-loving platform. In the week that Tumblr has been acquired by Yahoo, it’s interesting to see that Urturn, a service with a similar focus on user-generated content being shared by a youthful.
If the Xbox One is the future of gaming, then that future is as grim as everyone feared.
Microsoft announced its newest gaming console, the Xbox One, Tuesday, and it plans to position the console as the intersection between television, gaming and other entertainment in your living room.
As part of an effort to help small and medium sized enterprises in India, Google today announced it would slash the cost of its Google Apps for Business suite in.
As we've pointed out in a few stories, drones aren't necessarily something to worry about.
Microsoft’s unveiling of the Xbox One yesterday caused quite a stir among the gaming community. The reverse-lookup service is now available to developers who can find a use for it, although users should rest assured that telemarketing operations won't gain access to this treasure trove of numbers. The London-based backend-as-a-service outfit thinks not enough mobile developers are considering the opportunities afforded by opening up their apps' data to other apps, and it wants to help. Australian startup, Airtasker, is keen to expand out of its home country into Southeast Asia, which it says hasn’t been touched by large competitors yet.