Browser plug-in maker finally making a destination service with a potentially strong business model.
Cooliris, the makers of the neat photo wall extension, has a new application for iPad owners that turns Wikipedia into something more closely resembling a magazine you can simply flip through.
If you want your web with an extra whack of wow-factor you can't go past Cooliris.
A new version of the popular Cooliris browser extension lets you keep it open and running in multiple tabs. It's also got a new sharing system that makes it easier to direct people towards content.
An update to the iPhone version of Cooliris unlocks the capability to view raw Google image search queries. It also brings a fresh, new look that brings it up to speed with the desktop version.
Eye candy browser add-on tool Cooliris gets a slew of new features including support for viewing local content, and better Facebook integration.
One of the most visually stunning search applications on the iPhone has just been updated to support YouTube videos. Go get it.
Cooliris' eye candy-filled Web image search tool is now available on the iPhone and it's bound to knock your socks off.
Mobile advertising company Smaato and digital content start-up Cooliris are working to deliver 3D ads to mobile devices. But will people respond?
Here are three great freeware applications to try out on your Mac this weekend and wow your friends. With these apps you can easily and beautifully search the Web and your Mac for photos and videos, use a single keyboard and mouse with multiple Macs, and