Firefox 37 is here

Grappling with dropping users, Mozilla today launched the 37th version of Firefox, its open source browser. This 1 is for Windows, Mac, Linux, & Android. New features include HTML5 playback improvements on YouTube for Windows computers, & improved download performance for Android devices.

Reports: Venturebeat, Android Police, PC Advisor, eWeek

Create customized sceenshots of your app real quick - #Startup

A new tool DaVinci apps shows you how to quickly create customized screenshots for your app. It takes just 3 steps. All you have to do is to pick one of the predesigned templates, add your text, customize the color scheme & finally export amazing screenshots to the App Store.

Spartan browser released for 1st time by Microsoft for testing

IT major Microsoft has pulled the covers off its Spartan browser, & made it available for Online testing. Microsoft has made available its 1st Windows 10 Desktop test build that includes its new ‘Project Spartan’ browser. This is the 2nd preview of the desktop build Microsoft has made available to testers in March.

Reports: TechCrunch, WinBeta, Ecumenical News, ZDNet

You can now watch Vine app videos in HD

These days, everything about Twitter & its products seems to be about video. One of its video products, Vine, has just made a huge change in its service & quality. It will now allow users to publish videos in 720p HD. Which means great playback quality. Till now, Vine users could only publish their videos in 480p. With videos in 720p, it means videos with higher resolutions.

Reports: TechTimes, PCWorld, Apple Insider, Uncover California

Meerkat now has a ‘Follow Me on Meerkat’ button for Sites

The Meerkat v/s Periscope app (both of Twitter fame) fight just got a little more interesting. The ‘live video’ streaming app has just added a feature which allows Site owners to install a, ‘Follow Me on Meerkat’ button. If you go to the Meerkat Website, you will be told how to do that. We will give you an explanation on the same here.

GitHub has been under DDoS attack since almost 4 days

By its own reckoning, it seems to be the “largest DDoS attack in’s history.” The attack has affected all of GitHub. Some Online reports have claimed that the traffic was coming from China as attackers were reportedly using China’s search engine Baidu for the purpose of “HTTP hijacking.” This was later denied by Baidu.

Reports: GitHub Blog, Wall Street Journal, NetworkWorld