Chrome 42 now allows push notifications, APIs now available

Almost anything can be done or shared on the Internet right now. The web has proved to us time and again its power to bring information to anyone, anywhere, and anytime. If a person or a brand wants to share an idea, one can easily create a website that provides information and offer a rich online experience. More and more people are going mobile now so it's important that websites adapt and adjust by giving a better mobile experience to people.

Your Google Search History is now ready for download (No thanks!)

I don't know about you but the fact that one can now download Google search history is not something I'm excited about. I don't want to remember all the crazy search queries I've done years ago especially when I first gained access to the Internet. Do I really want to know that I searched about so and so on Google? Honestly, I don't want anyone looking up my recent search history either on my computer so I always make sure I clear browsing data so why would I ask for a copy of it?

Twitter releases new free-for-all DM settings (if you want to)

While it is fun to have public conversations on social media, there are some discussions that need to be taken to a more private setting. And if that convo you're having is on Twitter, your best recourse is Direct Messaging. But what if the person/entity is not following you or you're not following them? An awkward "Please follow me" is not great to see on your timeline. Good thing Twitter has now changed the way we can use DMs for a (hopefully) better interaction.

DashClock Widget app finally updated with Material Design

There may be dozens to hundreds of clock and timer apps available on the Google Play Store but only a few have caught our attention. One worthy app was the DashClock Widget app released in 2013. Its developer Roman Nurik last updated the app in December of the same year and launched another app, the Muzei live wallpaper, in February 2014. Since then, we didn't hear from him until another update for the DashClock is ready. Yep, the widget is now back with some Material Design and Android Lollipop sweetness.

Crowntakers: Be prepared to save the king from evil

Like any other kingdoms, you don't want yours to be defeated and taken over by anyone else. If you are an ordinary citizen or just a commoner, you can choose to go on with your life or decide to become a hero by defending the king. There is a chance for someone like you to be elected by the king to go on an epic adventure that will free him from the evil duke's plans. With Crowntaker, you can be that great hero your kingdom will ever have.

Uncover the truth in Rewind Android game

If you're a mobile gamer and a lover of movie-like storylines, then you probably like games that you just don't play, but you immerse yourself in as well. A new game that just came out for Android devices is called Rewind: One Last Chance, and lest you think that this is a love story about lost chances or turning back time, that is so far from the truth. In fact, the truth here is on trial, as the game description says.

ZenFone 2 ZE551ML with 4GB RAM tested for multitasking

ASUS has been leveraging on its partnership with chipmaker Intel for making its ZenFone line perform way better than any phone at that price point should. Last year ASUS surprised everybody with the ZenFone 5, competing against Motorola’s Moto G for affordability, but showing some definite class with a better camera and performance. Now we have the ASUS ZenFone 2, one of the first consumer smartphones to offer 4GB of RAM, being tested for what should be a smooth multitasking performance.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 LTE gets WiFi, Bluetooth certifications

Aside from the new Galaxy Tab A, there's also the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 tipped to be even thinner than iPad Air 2 arriving in the next few months. Compared to the budget-friendly Galaxy Tab A, this one is the next generation of Samsung's high-end tablet which is an obvious follow up to last year's Galaxy Tab S model. We're actually expecting a June announcement since the first-gen was revealed in June 2014.

Samsung to launch app for users with upper limb disabilities

We sometimes take for granted the "freedom" and capability we have to use smartphones and tablets whichever way we want. But having a disability should not be a hindrance for people to enjoy using gadgets and getting the most out of digital life (in addition to real life of course). That's why we always get a kick out of companies that develop gadgets and apps to help those who aren't fully capable of using one or two or more of their senses. Samsung is about to launch an app that will cater to those with upper limb disabilities.