Google set to launch a health-tracking platform called Google Fit

  Not to be left behind by Apple, Google could soon launch its own health-tracking platform for mobile devices. Forbes reports that the search giant is working on a new service, tentatively called Google Fit, which will pull in data from third-party… via Engadget RSS Feed

How can You Open and Edit Windows .lnk Shortcut Files?

While most people will never need to open a .lnk file to edit it, there may be rare occasions when it is necessary or desired. But how do you open and edit a shortcut file? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post has the answers. Click Here to Continue Reading   via How-To Geek

You Can Text 911 in an Emergency, Starting Tomorrow

If you’re deaf or in an emergency where you can’t speak, getting a hold of 911 is problematic. In just a few hours, the nation’s leading mobile providers will start the support of texting to 911 for emergencies in certain areas. The providers supporting the service include AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. For the ...

Unwhiteboard Cleans Whiteboard Photos With an Email

Web: You can avoid taking notes in the meeting by simply taking a photo of the whiteboard at the end. But those photos might not be perfectly legible. Unwhiteboard cleans them up if you just send the photo to this email: please@make.unwhiteboard.com Unwhiteboard won’t transcribe your whiteboard. It plays around with the image settings so ...

Twitter to Roll Out Mute Feature to All Users Over the Coming Weeks

Twitter just announced that it has introduced a feature for users to mute the tweets and retweets of individuals they follow, similar to how it’s done in the third-party app, Tweetbot. The mute feature will be included on Twitter.com, and the iOS and Android Twitter apps. This mute feature will be welcomed by many users ...