iOS 5 beta 6 is available for developers!

September 1, 2011 by Chad Faith | Leave a Comment

Apple has just recently launched the iOS beta 6 for developers. Available as an OTA (over the air) update, it measures  144 MB and it requires the user to use an iPhone , an iPad or iPod touch with the iOS 5 beta 3 installed or more recent versions of the iOS. So what does […]

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App of the day – Buildings (Android app)

August 31, 2011 by Chad Faith | Leave a Comment

Our app of the day is an app created by architects and it is called the Buildings Android app. If you are passionate about structures and buildings and want your own mobile encyclopedia, then this is the perfect Android app for you. It boasts a nice set of useful features and what is more, it […]

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Nokia software updater is now launched

March 10, 2007 by davidallen | 4 Comments

Nokia has been testing the software updater application which is available now for everyone to download, this software will allow the user to update the software on their own Nokia mobile device, this can be done now without the need to visit and engineer or a Nokia dealer. This service has become an essential tool […]

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Google Maps: Now with real-time traffic info

March 2, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

Google Maps is now offering what it’s mobile version has been for a while: real-time traffic information. The simple color coded information is easily interpreted, red meaning stop-and-go and green giving you the all clear. [via Lifehacker] Incoming search terms:www gatger comGatger comgatgergat gergoogle mapswww gatgerwww gat ger com

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ThinkSecret: MacOS X Leopard screenshots

February 28, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

ThinkSecret, a reliable rumor source for anything Apple related, has uploaded several new screenshots of the upcoming MacOS X Leopard release, expected by ThinkSecret to be released around the end of March. Click here for the Gallery. [Site very slow, presumably due to huge traffic from around the web]

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Microsoft and Apple are at it again

February 26, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

It appears that the truce that had existed between Microsoft and Apple has hit some rocky ground, this time with the inclusion of Vista onto Macs, the problem lies where there are other versions of the Vista program that are cheaper or possibly open source, these will therefore under cut Microsoft’s Vista operating system. So […]

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Want to monitor computer usage

February 21, 2007 by davidallen | 4 Comments

If you are a parent or employer who wishes to montior the computer usage remotely, so as an employer you are able to check on the staff while you are away, and as a consernd parent you can see what your kids up to, who they are talking to and what sites they are visiting. […]

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3DLabs: 3D Satnav

February 21, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

3DLabs showed the 3GSM audience in Barcelona what their product was capable of: 3D navigation. 3DLabs used TeleAtlas maps for the demonstration and both Navigadget and their source, French site Mobinaute, claim that a 3D model of Paris was used. Indeed, the user interface is in French, I am pretty sure that the pictures and […]

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Joost Beta for Mac

February 18, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

Joost, the company which plans to revolutionize TV and is created by Skype founders Niklas Zennström and Janus Friis, has release the a new beta version for Mac, version 0.8 . Joost, previously codenamed the Vienna project, is still in the early stages and doesn’t offer much streaming content yet, but it looks promising – […]

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AnyDVD HD released by Slysoft

February 18, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

Slysoft have released the new version of AnyDVD which now also supports HD-DVDs. AnyDVD allows you to unprotect your (HD-)DVDs from DRM and copy them. The advantage of stripping your (HD-)DVDs is that you can play them in any player of your choice and skip the adverts at the beginning of the disk. AnyDVD removes […]

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Apple not ready for Vista

February 10, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

When Apple finally became MS compatible we all thought that this was the end of the dream, Apple had finally succumbed to the might of MS. But if you check out the Apple tech website, all of the Apple computers that are compatible with windows, are defiantly not ready for Vista, this could be a […]

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Free maps for Nokia phones

February 9, 2007 by davidallen | 4 Comments

Nokia will soon be making the mapping program smart2go available free of any charges to anyone with a compatible Nokia phone. Smart2go is a program that will allow the user load maps from all around the world onto the Nokia mobile phone, these maps are full of information like places to go, restaurants, theatres and […]

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Voice control for Xbox 360 ‘MCC v3’ announced by One Voice

February 5, 2007 by techbuzz | 1 Comment

One Voice Technology, the leader in the field of voice evolution has now come-up with an all new conception. It might be a bit difficult to imagine that you walk in to your home after the days toil and is feeling lethargic to do the domestic chores or perform other activities. No matter, says One […]

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