Jason Calacani’s new venture Inside.com is live

The idea has similarities to Circa and to what Calacanis was already doing on a smaller scale for tech news with the Launch Ticker. Snyder and Calacanis aren’t pitching this as a replacement for original news coverage (“The news story isn’t broken,” Snyder insisted) and they emphasized their goal of linking to high-quality journalism, not…

Jelly Bean vs iOS6: Which Should You Choose?

This is a guest post by Jimmy Wentz, a budding freelance tech writer, gadget and gaming enthusiast, and social media junkie. The war for global mobile Operating System (OS) dominance is definitely in full-swing. Both Google and Apple has set the arena, with Apple’s iOS6 and the recently released Android 4.2 Jelly Bean powering the latest smartphones…

Honey, We Blew Up Twitter for iPad

Twitter released a new app for iPad, and unfortunately it seems like the new app is just a blown-up version of the iPhone app. This feels like going backwards, Loren Brichter‘s innovative UI was much better than this new app. Here is what the twitterverse had to say about it: @om question to all @twitter employees: how…

Cinegif Video iOS App Allows Users To Share Instant Play Clips Within a Text Message

By integrating a new form of video file sharing with text messaging, Cinegif Video creates a new form of communication, allowing users to enhance their Smartphone experience Austin, TX (June 25, 2012) – Cinegif, an Austin, Texas-based software development company has created a video conversion software that helps communicate and tell a story, without the…

Photo Sharing, It’s What People Do

I visit and use Facebook very often, at least once a day to check on updates from family members, close friends and mostly to share photos. After reading many articles about Facebook’s IPO and the future of the company I decided to really think about what makes me go back to Facebook almost every day…

Ozzie’s next Start-up – Cocomo.com

Who’s Ozzie? Ray Ozzie the creator of Lotus Notes who took over as Microsoft’s chief software architect in 2006 is busy with a new startup called Cocomo. After first reading Inc’s article about Ray Ozzie’s new startup Cocomo I decided to do some research… and this is what I found. It looks as the Inc article suggests that…