New features include geotagging, mention push notifications, direct messages (threaded in the style of BBM conversations), hashtag assistance (so you know which ones are popular now), RT updates, and integration with your BlackBerry Social Feed so you can tweet without actually opening the Twitter app. Get your beta version of the Twitter for BlackBerry app now, and share your thoughts about switching from an iPhone to a BlackBerry in the comments — I need your advice!
In other news, some are speculating that the iPad 2 will be announced in a few weeks; Feb. 9 to be exact. Find out the reasoning behind the speculation after the break.
The latest Firefox beta update hopes to solve a few of our relationship issues, if not make browsing a more intuitive and pleasant experience. Find out more about the updates after the break.
Mozilla has just released the first beta version of Firefox 4 for users to download and test. It comes with lots of new features that are predominately for Windows users now, but Mac and Linux fans aren't far behind and will see all of the changes for themselves soon. Firefox is one of the top browsers used today (while Firefox 3 is in the Guinness Book of World Records as the most downloaded browser in 24 hours), so if you're a Firefox fan, get ready for another refresh!
What can you expect to see in the new Firefox 4 beta? Find out after the jump.
At this time we are actively searching for people who will be willing to test the new Apple iPad. The testing period will take only two months, after which you may keep it as compensation.
From there, the email provides a link to a colorful and active website, to which you'll innocently provide your name and email in order to be one of the 50,000 individuals to take part in the beta testing of the iPad. Beta? Hmm, well, considering the iPad would have already been tested out the wazoo before being released to the public, you can be certain that this is a scam. But that's not all. Find out why you should stay far, far away from this website when you read more
In beta status right now, Typeface is a software that allows you to create a custom font based on facial expressions. Since no two faces are the same, you'll never find an identical font! Just by moving your mouth, eyes, and position, your font will change and mold until you decide that it's totally "you." Papyrus, be damned.
Find out how to get your songs in the game when you read more