It has been reported before that the biggest online video site, YouTube, is going to have paid subscription channels and according to the recent news, they are going to launch this program in this week.
This paid service by YouTube is said to include about 50 channels. If this would grow successful, this number could increase in no time.
According to the people familiar with the matter, a single channel subscription only cost $199 a month. YouTube also confirmed this news to CNET that they have been working on with this project though they . . . → Read More: YouTube will Launch Paid Subscription Channels this Week
It would appear that Facebook Home has just surpassed 500k downloads on Google Play since launching on the platform five days ago on April 16. The app’s Google Play listing notes the milestone, and Ben Evans confirmed on Twitter.
Facebook seem to be successful with its Facebook Home software for android platforms. Since it’s launch 5 days ago, April 16, it surpassed the 500k-download milestone on the Google Play listing.
Just to be clear, Facebook Home is not an app but a UI (user interface) software. Its aim is to be at the center . . . → Read More: Facebook Home Hits 500,000 Downloads in Just 5 Days
Developers are getting excited to try the latest Google Glass Explorer Edition as Google start delivering the glass soon. In the event today by Google, the Google Ventures, they stated that shipping for the Google Glass will commence next month, but no exact date that has been given. Google wants the developers to try the glass first before having the major event for Google Glass I/O happen. It may be a bit late but it’s better than never.
According to some reports, Google will ship the glass to those developers who ordered it last year. With . . . → Read More: Google will Ship Google Glass Explorer Edition to Developers Next Month
Electronic Arts has finally found itself at the top of the poll of the Consumerist’s Annual Worst Company in America. They won the title last year, labeled as the worst company and it seems that they are going to maintain the title this year.
This is quite an insult for the gaming giant but they are not taking it lightly in spite of having a good position when it comes to gaming industry.
With this, EA COO Peter Moore, gave a response in the poll in a blog post that sounded apologetic “EA can . . . → Read More: Electronic Arts, The Worst Company in America in the Poll
Every one in the tech industry is not flourishing by just inventing and developing new gadgets, they are also looking closely in the market, their rivals, and what they are developing. If you want to succeed, then compete with the ones on the top in the market, develop your own, surpass them and get the win.
A spreading rumor and a couple of reports from big online news networks are suggesting that Google’s Motorola Mobility is going to compete with other companies and develop their own smartwatch. According to the reports, this smartwatch is going to . . . → Read More: Google Develops Their Own Smartwatch
Microsoft is marketing huge amounts of its latest Surface Pro in spite of its high price. They are confident that the tab will outsell predecessor of Surface Pro, the Surface RT.
According to a report from Bloomberg, the Surface Pro has sold more than 400,000 units since it launched a month ago.
Starting at $899, it is quite a pricey tablet but it is selling really good considering a very short time since this Windows 8-based tab launch.
In a phone interview with analyst Bob O’Donnell from IDC, he said that the sales is quite a respectable amount . . . → Read More: Microsoft is Confident to Outsell Surface RT with its Latest Surface Pro
With the upcoming launch of the latest Galaxy S4, Samsung has a back-up plan already if it doesn’t go smooth like the failure of Galaxy S3. There is a huge demand of the Galaxy S4 according to surveys, the company just hopes the supply problems will not harm the sales.
The South Korea-based company is expecting a 10-million unit sales on each month after it launches the Galaxy S4 smartphone. The company stays positive and well prepared to do anything just to be successful in releasing their latest smartphone.
Samsung lost an estimated two . . . → Read More: Samsung’s Back-up Plan to Avoid Problems that Happened to S3; Galaxy S4 is Launching Thursday