Twelve Things About Voxer’s Tom Katis

Frustration was the impetus for Tom Katis to co-found Voxer in 2007. While he was serving in the U.S. Special Forces in Afghanistan, he experienced the limitations of communication via military walkie-talkie firsthand. Now his push-to-talk app is looking to be the Nextel of the future, with free Voxer Pro and Voxer Pro for Business … Continue reading

Google+ Notifications now available for Google Chrome

If you’re a heavy Google+ user, and Google Chrome is your browser of choice, you’re in luck. Google has just released an official Chrome extension that brings the social network right to your very browser. You know that little red notifications box that’s on the top right corner of every Google service you’re signed into? … Continue reading

Facebook takes heat for gun advertising changes

Both pro and anti gun groups have been critical of the social network, which has become one of the world’s largest marketplaces for guns Dominic Rushe

Gmail for iPhone coming soon

It’s not often that we post about a single app here on SlashGear, so when we do, you know it means a lot to a lot of people – today the news comes down about a real live Gmail app for the iPhone. Word has been passed to publisher MG Siegler that after four years … Continue reading

Google rolls out new look for Gmail: streamlined conversation view, high-res themes, better search

Google gave us a hint of Gmail’s new look with a preview earlier this year, and it’s now finally begun to roll out the real thing. Sometime over the next few days you should see a “switch to the new look” link in the bottom right corner of Gmail which, if clicked, will open up … Continue reading

How to deal with disappointing exam results

In an increasingly competitive world, it does not matter if you had taken a bar exam, CPA exam, or even a college exam, disappointing exam results may seem as if they are the end of the world. Coping with worse grades than expected is not easy, but there are ways to make the process pass … Continue reading

Google releases Chrome 16 update with multi-user sign-in

Google has posted the final stable release version of Chrome 16. This update to the Chrome browser was mainly focused on supporting multiple account sign-ins so that more than one user can share the same browser. This way you can access your own bookmarks, extensions, web apps and more, while also being able to bring … Continue reading

The Internet Is Coming Back On in Syria

Just two days after the Syrian government cut the country off from access to the Internet, connectivity is coming back. Reports from Renesys and CloudFlare indicate that the country’s connections started coming back online at 14:32 UTC today. Renesys is confirming the restoration as “largely complete” and CloudFlare is reporting a “partial reestablishment.” The BBC … Continue reading