Huggies TweetPee Feature

Huggies Brazil created the first connected diaper and they called it “Huggies TweetPee”. The concept consists of placing a humidity sensor on babies diapers that would notify parents about “leaks” through a smartphone app. There are three main purposes behind TweetPee: Monitoring “humidity levels” of your babies diapers, organizing your diapers stock (specially if you […]

Viber Desktop Version

Viber, the famous mobile application for free calls, just released a desktop version of its software. “Viber is now spreading to the desktop after conquering mobile.” wrote Pete Pachal. With their new desktop version, Viber also introduced a new feature, Video Calls, which was not available before. For the time being, you can only perform […]

Google April Fools 2013

After Gmail Motion and Google Autocompleter in 2011 and Gmail Tap and Google Fiber Bar in 2012, it’s time to take a look at the Google April Fools for the year 2013. This year, the famous search engine released 15 fake news and features that you will find below. YouTube Shutting Down For A Decade […]

Missed Call Touch Feature

“Missed Calls” have so many uses within the Lebanese community, and it is still used today on a smaller scale thanks to the availability of free instant messaging applications like Whatsapp, BBM and iMessage. In the latest Touch Lebanon campaign, the Lebanese telecom operator officially position “Missed Calls” as outdated by associating it with 192os […]

Tamagotchi App 2

Do you remember the Tamagotchi? Those handheld digital pets we used to play with in the early 2000s! Well, with the rise of the digital era, social networks and smartphones, Tamagotchi decided to strike back with a brand new mobile app that will be downloadable for free on Android (Starting February 14th) and iOS devices […]