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There is no question on how far off from being “healthy” our natural waters are. From the destruction of coral reefs to the decreasing number of marine creatures thriving under, humans are slowly creating the avenue for the colorful underwater world to say goodbye. Necessity might be one of the factors why we keep on bombarding the sea but control should be prevalent...

If you happen to look for a new browser in addition to the stock one, you might want to look at Rockmelt. Originally developed as a news aggregator, Rockmelt has everything it needs to be your favorite browser. In fact, with the resent update, the app has not only evolved to a universal app but also offers a lot of extras and integrations with the most popular social...

Originally developed by Sky, Sky Go has become one of the most influential video streaming apps in the UK. For your information, Sky is a satellite television broadcasting company which has been around the industry for a while. Recently, the company is reported to be releasing a major update that may change the way its subscribers use the service. As pointed out by...

If for any reason you’re unsatisfied with the native Safari mobile web browser in your iPhone and will well come any worthy alternative, here’s good news for you. Opera is reported to be brewing a new mobile web browser called Ice as an alternative for its already well known Opera Mini. It isn’t the first time that name surfaced. Last year right before Christmas, the exactly same name of Ice mobile web browser appeared and was boasted to take the advantage of WebKit. Thanks to our friends at PocketLint, we can get to watch a copy...

Still remember the popular games among users of smartphones and tablet Temple Run? Surely still! Treasure hunter game escape the evil apes is indeed such a game shall be the users of mobile devices based on iOS and Android. And, it seems adventure continues. Yup, this time Imangi Studios presents the latest episode of a challenging game with the title of Temple Run 2. To release itself is still the same as the previous series in which the first game available for iOS device users.   So, for users of iOS devices, the game has 42MB...

If you don’t believe that math can be fun too sometimes, then you have to get your hands on Quento, an app universally developed for both iPhone and iPad. This little puzzler uses some basic arithmetic calculation to thrills and challenges the players. Overall, its gameplay is simple with you having to make up a calculation from the provided numbers and operations to get the expected result. Furthermore, you have to use only the maximum amount of numbers asked and perform the calculation in one single swipe. Sounds interesting, right?...

At last, the flourish security app for iPhone and iPad, 1Password 4, gets a major update, improving almost every aspect of it. From cloud synchronization up to secure notes, we hardly see any features uncovered with tis update. All this being said, let’s get dig into it. For starter, Syncing with Dropbox and iCloud has been brought up to the next level by adding...

It seems that Google Maps was able to prove prestige as a service provider of digital maps in the world bully. In fact, Apple seems to have ‘thank you’ to Google, because thanks to the return of the application on the iPhone and iPad, iOS 6 the number of users increases. No doubt these symptoms are the effect of mistrust iPhone users after Apple Maps show poor performance in providing detailed mapping. As a result, many of them are reluctant to update to iOS devices 6. Data from MoPub, Thursday (21/12/2012) states that since...