Vine now has 40 million registered users, the company said Tuesday, though it didn't release any information on the number of active users. The app, which is owned by Twitter, launched in January of this year.
We have uncovered a few potential Galaxy S4 Active problems, and we take a look at possible workarounds or solutions for them in this roundup. If you’ve had an issue with your Samsung smartphone, you might find a fix right here.
No one likes to pay for ringtones (or seemingly anything for that matter). So why not keep the money and check out our quick guide for creating free, custom ringtones using GarageBand, Fried Cookies' Ringtone Maker and RingDroid.
Nook tablets don't appear to be in Barnes and Noble's future, but its keeping the brand alive by bringing the Nook Video app to iOS and Android. It'll allow users to rent and buy video and access their UltraVideo library.
Did you hear? The next iPhone could be coming in a gold! Exciting, right? No, not really, but if you listen to the hype it's the most incredible, amazing, and innovative "feature" yet to come from Apple.
Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook - social apps are how was talk now, and we're increasingly cutting the words out of them. As images overtake text, what will the future of digital communication - literally - look like?
Instagram is taking steps to further protect its brand, telling developers of third-party apps connected to the media-sharing service that they can no longer use the words "insta" and "gram" in their branding. That's right – it used to be…
Nokia has been associated with the development of a big-screen Windows Phone device for a while, and now it has been leaked as the Nokia Bandit, a 1080p, quad-core device expected before the end of the year.
YouTube developers have evidently been hard at work on the Android version of the app, with the team rolling out a big update on Tuesday. The revamp brings a slew of new features, including picture-in-picture funtionality enabling easy…
A new mid-range smartphone from HTC could be out before the end of the year, if a new leak proves to be correct. Named the HTC Zara, it could fit somewhere in-between the One Mini and the Desire 500, and may run Android 4.3.
AT&T has confirmed it will sell the HTC One Mini for $100 with a two-year contract from August 23. The smaller version of the HTC One may not have quite as much power, but it does share the same sleek, stylish look.