As details are made public this morning, it’s official – Microsoft is acquiring LinkedIn. With Microsoft paying $196 per share, all cash, the deal is priced at a whopping $26.2 billion, inclusive of LinkedIn’s net cash. According to Microsoft and LinkedIn’s press releases, LinkedIn, “will retain its distinct brand, culture and independence.”
Action Launcher 3, the third party launcher best enjoyed after watching Crocodile Dundee, received a major update today with not only “boatloads” of bug fixes, but a bunch of new features as well. In the update, Chris Lacy and his accent are introducing a Quickedit menu for icons from the home screen, Smartsize for icon resizing, image […]
Last night, LinkedIn revealed its new apps for Android and iOS that are “more intuitive, smarter and dramatically simplifies your LinkedIn experience.” In other words, they are modern apps that will hopefully negate Android developers from taking to their Google Play reviews with things like, “Hire some better Android developers.” So what’s new? Lots of stuff, actually.
Coming into this year, Pulse was one of the more popular personalized newsfeed applications that Android could offer. When they were acquired by the business-minded LinkedIn network, people were a little concerned that their app would change. LinkedIn has made a few changes, but made sure they were ones like today’s user interface overhaul.
Pulse, one of the most popular news reader applications on Android and iOS, has been acquired by Linkedin. After rumors of talks between the two spread across the internet over the last couple of weeks, this move isn’t entirely all that surprising, but still news none the less, as it may affect Android users at […]
LinkedIn decided to join the Android game with the release of a beta app for all of you “connection” and networking addicts out there. This first release has a solid list of features and will allow you to respond to invites, view updates in your network, search people, and keep in touch with your current […]
Late last night, Google unwrapped a new feature for the Google App on Android that lets you search within apps installed on your phone. The new feature is called (fittingly) In Apps and will show up as a new “In Apps” tab within Search.
The past two weeks have been pretty awesome if you consider yourself a tech fan. At the end of last week, we got the Moto Z and now this week, the tech lords have given us the OnePlus 3 (which you can buy now!), WWDC, Android N Developer Preview 4, and Android apps on Chromebooks. I’m […]