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BBM for Windows Phone expected to exit beta soon

The days of BlackBerry Messenger for Windows Phone being in beta are numbered. The app recently received an update and with it comes the announcement that a public launch is going to take place soon. The new update is intended to improve the experience for first-time BBM users.

There are currently over 91 million users of BBM with a bulk of them on BlackBerry’s own devices. But introducing the messaging service on different platforms is intended to widen the user base further. The Windows Phone launch will help do just that.

Source: Ubergizmo


Google’s Nest buys home automation hub company Revolv

Looking to build a formidable smart home hardware team, Google’s Nest adds another company under its belt with the acquisition of Revolv, the creator of home automation hubs. Nest previously bought Dropcam after Google acquired them for US$3.2 billion.

As part of the deal, Revolv will no longer sell new products but will continue support for its current customers. Its employees will join the Nest team. And data from Revolv will remain separate from Google.

Source: The Next Web


This is Fitbit's new Surge health wearable

The deluge of wearables continues, this time around the recently leaked (by Brookstone) Fitbit Surge was brought to light. The US $250.00 wearable has a unique tilted screen and also houses a built-in GPS radio which means you can map your bike or running routes without having to carry a smartphone. The Fitbit surge also has a heart monitor.

The Surge also integrates with over 120 devices including iPhones and many of the flagship Android devices to push notifications as well as text messages and caller ID. Here's hoping that Fitbit solved their itchy band issue because the Surge sure looks like a great option of health-focused wearable users. The Fitbit surge comes in 2015.

Source: VentureBeat


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Twitter will keep Twitpic domain and pictures online as the site closes


The supposed resurrection of Twitpic has officially come to a close. The photo service will be shutting down soon after acquisition plans didn’t fall through. The good news is Twitter will take over the company’s domain and keep the old Twitpic photos online. However, you will not be able to upload new photos. The app has already been taken down from iOS and Android stores. You can still access your account online to delete old photos or export your data.

Source: Twitpic | Via: Android Central