An Owsome Audio web App for Chrome named Transcribe

by thenextweb If you ever have a need to transfer an audio recording into text format, you’ll likely love this little Chrome Web app. Aimed at journalists, students or anyone with a need to convert interviews and such like to the written from, Transcribe does exactly as it says on the tin. And it’s so […]

Firefox continues to gain as Internet Explorer, Chrome slide

by ars technica Firefox is still fighting back. After dipping below 20 percent share in May, it looked like the browser was sure to relinquish its silver medal position to Chrome. June saw a surprise turnaround, and that has continued into July.   Internet Explorer stays in gold with a 53.90 percent share of the […]

Verizon Galaxy Nexus owners can now access Google Wallet without any workarounds.

by engadget Verizon Wireless muddied the water earlier this year when it announced that it would not allow Galaxy Nexus users to access Google Wallet. Many began to theorize that Big Red’s move was a defense for its own ISIS mobile payment solution brewing, but a few crafty folks figured out a way to bypass Verizon’s restrictions. […]

Take Your Music in Tub with iShower

by mobilemag When it comes to showering, singing and listening to music seem to be as much part of the experience as getting clean for many of us. The problem is finding a good way to listen to those tunes without having to worry about damaging your devices or getting shocked. Sure, you could simply […]

Final Version of Windows 8 Forwarded to Manufacturers

by mobilemag With the official launch of Windows 8 scheduled for October 26, Microsoft is giving its OEMs and manufacturers nearly three months to prepare its product releases in time. The finalized version of Windows 8 has emerged from the Microsoft labs and it has been signed off for distribution to Microsoft’s various hardware partners. […]