Launching Notasbit, a website for tech news in Spanish

Launching Notasbit, a website for tech news in Spanish

For the past year I’ve been on a radio show on Tuesdays talking about the tech news of the week. I started by hunting down the most important stories, writing my script in Spanish and then broadcasting it. One day I thought it would be a good idea to put my... Google Keep shadowed by Google Reader and Notebook

Google Keep shadowed by Google Reader and Notebook

Google released Keep, a note-taking application that allows you to save your todo lists, notes, web clips, audios, photos, etc. and it stores everything in your Google Drive account. With the recent notice of Google Reader being shut down, this new application release...

Snapseed for Android vs Instagram

After Google bought Nik Software, makers of the then iOS-only app Snapseed, today they have released it for Android and for free! Snapseed is a very easy to use photo app to edit and enhance your shots. Editing photos with Snapseed is very easy and the results are... YouTube offers Creative Commons licensing for video uploads

YouTube offers Creative Commons licensing for video uploads

Today I uploaded my monster truck videos to YouTube and found the surprise that they are now offering the option to publish your videos under the Creative Commons Attribution license. That is great news! YouTube is the biggest online video community and it was lacking... Yahoo sells Delicious bookmarks to Youtube Founders

Yahoo sells Delicious bookmarks to Youtube Founders

Good news to those still fans of the Del.icio.us social bookmarking site. On the delicious blog is now news that Yahoo! Inc has sold the property to the founders of YouTube, Chad Hurley and Steve Chen. Delicious will keep existing and will be part of their new company...