Vimeo has released their new Apple iOS application at Mobile World Congress 2012. The application will be free to download and will allow users to watch and manage all their existing videos on Vimeo and also download them directly to their iOS device camera roll for local playback. Users will also be able to also have access to many of the same features they have come to expect while using Vimeo through a browser such as the ability to like videos, access their feeds, access to the Vimeo Music Store, comment on videos, watch later queues, as well as having a built in video-editor. The following is a complete list of the feature you can come to expect in this release of this application.read more
Warning! The following post contains news of a political nature!
SOPA, the short form of the proposed United States bill “Stop Online Piracy Act” has had a notable amount of opposition from everywhere and anywhere. The bill aims to protect items under intellectual copyright, but goes as far to allow the Department of Justice to file court orders against websites and organisations seen to facilitate any form of Copyright Infringement. As a response to the bill, Wikipedia, Reddit, and blogging sites such as those made by WordPress, ICanHazCheezburger, BoingBoing and a few others are blacking out in a few hours for 24 hours. (12 hours for Reddit)read more
Google+ has been in a slight rut recently, with not nearly as many active users as when it first came out (mostly due to still being in an invite-only beta). However, there has been an increase in the call for a way to not see posts or anything from users. The new option will allow users to take a simple step to get rid of a notification about what that annoying person is doing or get rid of a post you don’t want to see.read more