Twitter to Start Tracking Apps Installed on Your Phone

If you use Twitter, then you’d probably like to know that the popular service will soon start tracking which apps you have installed on your device. This new feature will scan your apps, and apparently help Twitter “deliver more tailored content” to your timeline. The data collected could also help Twitter achieve the so-called “instant […]

BlackBerry Classic Specs: What We Know

A while ago, BlackBerry unveiled its new phones – the BlackBerry Classic and the BlackBerry Passport – and now we’ve finally learned some of the specs found in the BlackBerry Classic. The handset will arrive with a 3.46” touchscreen display, as well as a 4-row QWERTY keyboard. There will be an 8-megapixel camera on its […]

Samsung Flow: Syncing Content Made Easier

At its annual developer conference, Samsung announced a new feature that will allow users to start a task on one device and complete it without any problems on another. It works kind of like Apple’s Continuity feature and it’s called Samsung Flow. Where Apple’s Continuity lets you transfer projects, work, calls, and messages between a […]