Nimble is a centralized dashboard for social networks. With a wide range of supported networks and third-party integration, Nimble makes it easy for businesses to stay in touch with users and customers.
Auslogics Duplicate File Finder provides a simple and easy way to get rid of duplicate files. It's not the most full-featured program of its type, but works just fine...and it's free.
Easy Duplicate Finder is a feature-rich duplicate file detector that can keep your file chaos under control. Though powerful, it's expensive and sometimes buggy.
Tweeki is a simple Twitter client with a gorgeous yet simple interface. It has a few limitations, though, and it's best used on just one account.
ReadCube is an all-in-one tool for organizing, finding, reading and annotating PDF articles. Aside from occasional trouble with certain articles, it works very well, especially considering it's still in beta.
MultiMi is an original take on social clients, but in its current form, it's not necessarily better.
Metal exoskeletons are too heavy for disabled kids to use, so these researchers made a lightweight one, hot from the 3D printer.
A new iOS app by Wolfram Alpha tells you everything you ever wanted to know about cats. It's purrfect for cat lovers, and gives headline writers an excuse to use bad puns.
This web app from BBC News lets you compare yourself to Olympic athletes and find which one you resemble the most.
A Japanese invention scans and recognizes different items by shape, color and pattern, providing instant information.
Miss the old mixtapes? This upgraded, 3D-printed version from MakerBot looks just like the real thing, but holds your favorite MP3 playlist instead.
Botiful is an agile robot carrier for your Android device which is controlled by your friends through Skype. Is this the end to boring, inflexible Skype conversations?
A gumball machine developed by Razorfish uses NFC to dispense apps and content straight to your smartphone.
A game developed by a Stanford group showed that players can remember complex sequences without ever knowing the sequence was there.
An actual wooden music box, developed by Joelle Aeschlimann from ECAL, makes music on the iPad when you turn its lever.