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- Amazon: The company dedicated a section of the Amazon site to showcase wearables called “Wearable Technology”.
- Bitcoin: Two MIT students raised half a million dollars in order to give all 4,528 undergraduate students on campus $100 worth of Bitcoins. The aim of the project is to study how the Bitcoins are used by students within the university.
- Foxconn: Foxconn just dropped $2.2M in a Singapore-based social media platform Mig33. This investment further shows the company effort to diversity its operations. Mig33 is a microblogging platform that began as a feature phone-based social network. It has now moved over to smartphones and claims to have 3.8 million monthly active users.
- Line: My favourite chat app launched its Pop-up store in Singapore. I can’t wait to take photos with Cony and Brown.
- LG: The sleek LG G Watch powered by Android wear is said to launch in France this June. Price going at €199.
- Microsoft: Microsoft has said that Xbox One will go on sale in China in September. Microsoft is the first foreign company to announce the sale of its consoles in China after the country lifted a 14-year old ban in January this year.
- Microsoft: Office for iPad now supports printing. The company also added SmartGuides in PowerPoint to help you align pictures, shapes, and textboxes as you move them around on a slide.
- Popcorn Time: Remember Popcorn Time, the Netflix-style streaming service for pirated movies? This project changed several hands and finally they have reached the hands of a 20 men team. They promised to make Popcorn Time better and in the upcoming update, Popcorn Time will have TV series support. This means you can stream shows like “The Big Bang Theory”, “Breaking Bad” off the app.
- Yahoo: Yahoo updated their mail app for iOS. It now comes with News and Weather information.
- Today is the last day of April, I need one more subscriber to hit my target. If you like what I do, here is how you can support 😀
BtwHappy Labour Day!: For a lot of people, Labor Day means two things: a day off and the end of summer. But why is it called Labor Day? It was first started in the United States and the original idea was to have a day for workers to show their solidarity.