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28
Sep

New Oculus Rift, the Blackberry Passport and other stories you might’ve missed


It’s the weekend, ya’ll. So while you sit back and relax, check out our news highlights from the last seven days — we took the new Oculus Rift for a spin, went hands-on with the Blackberry Passport, made an Ello account, and more. Oh, and be sure to subscribe to our Flipboard magazine!

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28
Sep

Vine now lets you use your Android phone’s existing video clips


Not too long ago Vine blessed iOS users with the ability to import pre-existing videos into the app, and now Google fans can get in on the action. Any clips in your Android camera roll are viable subjects to be trimmed down to six seconds or shorter now, and you can activate your device’s flashlight to work as a flash in low-light situations. There are a few other features too, and you can check those out on the app’s Google Play page. Now all that’s separating your from internet stardom is, well… you.

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Via: Android Central

Source: Google Play

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28
Sep

Secret’s developers launch Ping, a simple app that keeps you up to date


The creators of controversial app Secret have just launched a new product, but this time, it has nothing to do with airing your dirty laundry anonymously. They call their new application Ping, a simple software that displays a list of topics (such as movies and new Twittter trends) right on your lock screen. Like its name implies, it pings you whenever it detects new results for the topics listed on your display, which you can then access by dragging the circle on the top right corner. Ping starts with a bare-bones list as you can see in the video after the break, but more topics get added to your screen the more you use the app and the more it gets to know you. Similar to Secret, you don’t even need to sign up or have a username to be able to use it, as it was a product of a company hackathon “where the goal was an exercise in simplicity.” In an interview with Re/Code, Secret co-founder David Byttow says that Ping has nothing to do with the company’s previous product. You can download the app right now if you’re on iOS, but if it follows in the footsteps of its older sibling, it should be available for Android in no time.

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Via: Recode

Source: Ping, iTunes

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