Twitter’s highly anticipated Project Lightning has finally launched as Twitter Moments. Slightly reminiscent of Facebook Paper, Moments allows you to follow new stories emerging on Twitter. Though there’s no direct connection between Twitter Moments, Highlights and Trends for now, after using Twitter Moments you might find yourself wishing they will be connected in Twitter’s future .
Less is more when it comes to the Moto X, which is exactly why it’s one of the most attractive smartphone lineups on the market. Here’s a look back at what made the first and second generation Moto Xs so refreshing and how it made loyal users of many, including me.
The Optimus G Pro marked the beginning of a shift in design for LG. That shift continues with the minimal, gleaming and beautiful LG G2. Looks are enough to catch attention, but LG is going to need more than a good looking phone to make the G2 a success on par with Samsung and Apple’s lineup. So, can the LG G2 work as well as it looks? Read on to find out.
Be honest: when’s the last time you got excited about something BlackBerry released? Don’t worry, I’ll wait…
For me it was their first tablet, the BlackBerry Playbook. The Playbook looked good, showed potential, but was DOA. The highly anticipated relaunch of BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) for Android and iOS is no different and here’s why.
Aviate is a beautiful new android launcher that aims to give you the information and apps you need right when you need them. I have 300 Aviate Beta invite codes for SheGeeks readers! Download Aviate using the widget below and use the code “SHEGEEKS” to register (without the quotes).
Without further ado, here’s a look at Aviate Beta, the new android launcher on the block!