The iPad Finally Gets A Full Version Of Photoshop

You read that correctly. Beginning in 2019, the iPad finally get a full-featured version of Adobe Photoshop. Adobe announced an update for the iPad app during their Max 2018 event. The app will function exactly like its desktop counterpart, bringing…

Facebook Threatens To Delete Your Synced Photos Unless You Download This App

Facebook has began rolling out notifications warning users that they could potentially lose their synced photos forever. The move is an attempt to push their latest app called “Moments” onto users phones and further expand the Facebook ecosystem. Those of…

Google Giving Users 2GB Of Drive Storage For Reviewing Your Security Info

That’s right. No Tricks, no gimmicks. Google is giving users who take 5 minutes to review their security information for their respective Google accounts. The move comes after a surprising number of hacks last year and is almost certainly a…

Sony Announces PlayStation Now

Earlier today at CES, Sony finally unveiled PlayStation Now, a streaming game service that will essentially change the face of gaming as we know it. Midway through 2012, Sony announced they had acquired cloud gaming company Gaikai in order to…

Google Drive Android App Gets A Facelift

By Rob Boggan Google updated the Google Drive app for Android devices today, bringing with it a few new features and an updated interface. The interface has been changed from a list view, to a more simplified card based interface.…

Google Play Music All Access Music Streaming Service Looks To Eat Spotify’s Lunch

By Rob Boggan Google has finally unveiled it’s long rumored music streaming service, and while the name is a mouthful, it will be a very capable service. Google Play Music All Access, will follow an extremely similar business model to…

Google Play Store Gets A New Look

By Rob Boggan The Google Play Store is getting a bit of an overhaul in the near future, but we were able to snag the APK file for a little early preview. What I noticed almost instantly was how much…

Google Reader Bites The Dust

By Rob Boggan As part of Google’s continued effort to provide their most current, cutting edge offerings, Google has decided to drop Google Reader. Reader is quite possibly one of Google’s most popular services, and at this point I’m still…

Dropbox Links Debuts, For Even Easier File Sharing

By Rob Boggan Popular cloud storage service Dropbox announced the introduction of Dropbox Links, a free service aimed at increasing Dropbox’s presence in the file storage/sharing work space. The premise of the new service is simple, Existing users will now…

PS3 Hits Available For Free

By Rob Boggan While going through the Playstation Store recently, I noticed a pretty solid amount of great games that were going for free for those who are members of Playstation Plus. We’re not talking about games nobody wants or…