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TechCrunch Giveaway: Canon EOS T3i Kit And NeroTrigger

t3i One of you will be the lucky winner of a Canon EOS T3i kit paired with a NeroTrigger.
The Canon EOS Rebel is a digital SLR camera, and is accompanied by an accessory kit that includes three lenses, a camcorder and a 59″ lightweight tripod – among other accessories. Read More

Storytelling App Steller Becomes More Of A Social Network

Steller_iPhone1 A beautifully designed mobile storytelling app Steller was introduced earlier this year to deliver on a simple premise: that our smartphones can do more than serve as our cameras or a quick way to post images to social networks like Facebook or Instagram, they’re also capable of being creative devices. Today, the company is rolling out an upgraded version of its application, with… Read More

Vemory Automatically Compiles Video Memories From Your Social Media Photos

Screenshot 2014-08-21 07.56.10 It seems like everyone and their mom is making video montages. A year in the life of a baby from England. A year in the life of that new SNL actor Brooks Wheelan. But it takes quite a bit of dedication to actually edit those videos to perfection.
That’s where Vemory comes in. Read More

Spotify Pushes Popular Playlists With A New Tastemaker Tab

Screen Shot 2014-08-20 at 17.13.52 Spotify, now with 40 million users, looks like it’s adding another new feature that it hopes will help get the long tail of those registered music listeners more active on its platform. A tab has appeared called “Tastemakers” — a list of people whose names may not at all be familiar to you, but who have achieved some kind of popularity already on Spotify for… Read More

Kuddle, An Instagram With Training Wheels, Introduces Social Media To Kids

Screen Shot 2014-08-20 at 12.49.53 PM A new mobile application called Kuddle is introducing a safer way for kids to get introduced to social media, while still under a parent’s watchful eye. The photo-sharing app, which is like a more restricted version of Instagram, allows children to post and share photos with friends in a protected environment, safe from cyberbullying or unwanted connections from strangers. Founded in… Read More

Kuddle, An “Instagram With Training Wheels,” Introduces Social Media To Kids

Screen Shot 2014-08-20 at 12.49.53 PM A new mobile application called Kuddle is introducing a safer way for kids to get introduced to social media, while still under a parent’s watchful eye. The photo-sharing app, which is like a more restricted version of Instagram, allows children to post and share photos with friends in a protected environment, safe from cyberbullying or unwanted connections from strangers. Founded in… Read More

Vine Finally Lets You Import Video From Your Camera Roll

new-camera-3 With more than 100 million people watching Vines across the web each month, and over 1 billion loops every day, Vine has just released an update to the app that finally lets users import video from their camera. Twitter’s video sharing app has always required users to film new content directly within the app, using Vine’s once-unique hold-to-record feature. Now, Vine users can… Read More

Foodmento Is The Foursquare Of Specific Dishes, Not Restaurants

Screenshot 2014-08-20 11.03.59 Food has invaded Instagram in such an overwhelming way that studies actually show that people get physically full or tire of certain foods just from looking at the pictures. But there’s really no effective way to direct your followers to the specific dish you’ve endorsed.
That’s where Foodmento comes in. Read More

SlideShare Axes Its Freemium Model, Makes ‘Pro’ Features Like Analytics Free

slideshare profile custom SlideShare, the LinkedIn-owned site that lets you upload and distribute presentations online, is turning over a new leaf today. The service, which has 60 million users, is going free. In tandem with that, SlideShare is dropping its PRO tiers, once priced at $19/month and $49/month, and making extra features like analytics, which used to come at a price, free for all.
The premium tiers were… Read More

Twitter Is Suspending Accounts For Sharing Beheading Images And Videos

twitter Tweet a graphic image relating to a video allegedly showing the beheading of photojournalist James Wright Foley and risk having your account suspended. The word comes from Twitter CEO Dick Costolo who announced the company’s actions in a tweet on Wednesday morning, several hours after the shocking video appeared on YouTube and suddenly went viral. Read More