Flock is a Web browser that's comes with social-networking features built-in. It uses the same rendering engine as Mozilla's Firefox, and can even install most Firefox add-ons. Where it stands apart is in letting users keep track of social activity on sites like Twitter, MySpace, Facebook, Flickr, and others in a sidebar that follows them no matter what site they're on. It's also got e-mail notifications, a photo uploader, and a built-in blog editing and publishing tool.
Flock is currently in its second major release, and runs on Windows and Macs.
It's going to be a great year for tech. We can't wait to get our hands on these products.
by Iyaz Akhtar
Samsung heir formally accused of bribery, Nintendo's Fils-Aime says The Switch won't oust 3DS
Acting Samsung President Jay Y. Lee may be arrested in connection with a multi million dollar government bribery allegation. Also in today's tech news Nintendo says the 3DS will still be supported after the Switch is released and the Chinese government tightens grip on Android app stores.