Uber’s Smartphone app is not a Taxi-meter, HighCourt ruled out

Uber’s Smartphone app is not a Taxi-meter, HighCourt ruled out

The High Court of London has recently ruled out that Uber’s app is not breaking the Law, as it’s not a fare meter. The court ruled the smart-phones used by Uber drivers can calculate fares; it’s not their cars but the drivers who are technically managing the fares by using the smart-phones. Uber’s mobile app ..

Spotify Changes its Spots

Spotify Changes its Spots

  Music Streaming Giant Spotify announced this week that it would soon be diversifying its content to include podcasts, video clips, playlists to suit the time of the day, local news broadcasts and even a music to suit the pace of your run with inbuilt app sensors.  The new responsive features are aptly called the ..

Switching from iOS to Android

Switching from iOS to Android

  With the growing competition between Apple and Samsung, switching between one device to another is more common now. Sometime people switch from Apple to Samsung due to the wider more open nature of the Android Market. Due to compatibility issues however, people always find it hard to transfer all info from their IOS to ..

Facebook Newsfeed to change its form

Facebook Newsfeed to change its form

The Facebook Feed is soon to change. Facebook is making changes to its news feeds by publishing content directly onto Facebook’s mobile App feed instead of links to content. This new features is called as “Instant Articles”. According to Facebook this feautures cuts down the waiting time in loading of News Articles. Along with BBC News, ..

App Store Customers Spend Nearly $500 Million In 1 Week

App Store Customers Spend Nearly $500 Million In 1 Week

For many businesses January is a quiet month but the Apple App Store saw customers spend almost $500 Million (about £310m) on apps and in-app purchases during January’s first week. The busiest day was January 1st and it was the busiest in App Store history. 2014 saw the App Store generate over $10 Billion (about £6bn) ..