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So, what did you do about your phone dying out early in the evening just when you were ready to make dinner plans? Or,...
BlackBerry chief Thorsten Heins might believe the tablets will be dead in five years. But growing evidence suggests the tablets – introduced just over three years ago in the form of the iPad — may be beginning to take deeper roots in the workplace, and even reviving the dream of the elusive paperless office.
APP Emporium has released Emergency Numbers Australia, a first-of-its-kind app designed to save lives and cut down on unnecessary calls to 000. The app puts all the essential emergency and non-emergency numbers around Australia right at the fingertips of those who need them. The app is optimised for those who might be too distraught to look up a phone number in the midst of an emergency situation.
Many people dubbed 2012 “The Year of Mobile” and looking at the stats, one can’t help but agree. Especially given there are more smartphones in the world than there are people!
An insurance industry professional has developed an app that will help everyone keep track of their assets and what insurance is in place to protect them.
Nick D'Aloisio is the latest teen sensation and superstar of the start up world. Having sold his app Summly and his services to Yahoo...
From the time you wake up to the moment you lay your head on your pillow at night you are hit by over 3,000 marketing messages. Such is the ‘noise.’ But if you are smart, you will find ways to be ‘heard.’
"Up until now, full feature smart phones have only been for the rich. We want to make technology more affordable for everyone. Before today, a decent smart phone would set you back over $500. For most people, that's more than a week's salary.” Kogan is playing in the mobile market and, we all know what that means! Disruption is afoot!
It also found the majority of respondents (65%) were prepared to throw away at least $20 instead of having to chase a friend for the cash, with some saying they would even risk $100 to avoid the awkward follow-up. Money is tight for everyone right now but for some reason, Aussies still find it awkward, annoying, frustrating or even too risky for their friendships to chase friends for cash.
GPS Navigation 2, the Berlin-based company's internationally acclaimed mobile navigation app is now available to users in Australia, for just $1.99 AUD. This makes it the most affordable mobile navigation app in the country. GPS Navigation 2 is a sensational global success, boasting of more than 3 million users worldwide and the #1 position in 20 countries.
It’s been a good five years since the iPhone was launched. Today, Apple’s iconic phone and its iOS platform boasts of over 700,000 apps. But you know what Apple forgot to build into its ecosystem? An app to test drive its apps. Enter Kickfolio.
Gone are the days when we have to borrow someone’s expertise to decipher Mother’s telegram, asking us not to forget to pick up some milk on the way home. We simply talk more today than ever before. World leaders are voted in only if they are deemed to have utilised these communication platforms often and eloquently enough.
The Simmons have taken their time sizing up the market, and in coming up with the right mix. Favourit offers live stats, scores, social data, trends, rich media, gamification and, of course, betting. The gamification lets users compete against each other to prove who knows more about sports matches and the outcomes, allowing them to accrue IQ points and win competitions on the coveted Favourit leaderboard.
This ad from Virgin Mobile America sums up my feelings about the iPhone 5. I don't technically need a new phone, my iPhone 4 is still perfectly functional and does everything I need, and then some. But ...
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Hologram sure are a lot cooler since Arnold J. Rimmer marched around the decks of Red Dwarf. Steve Jobs is back, in a rapping parody to launch the hotness of the new iPhone 5.
Star Walk 6.0 brings augmented reality to stargazing, and it does it fairly awesomely. The iOS app lets user aim their device at the sky and presto – the screen is populated with the names of relevant stars in view, as well as complete cartography of the surrounding stellar area. In short: this is Star Trek, but for real.
The value of this work lies in its ability to attract a completely new set of readers, when compared with other books on Jobs. Let me cite a personal experience. My nine-year-old daughter, who uses the iPad on a daily basis, was struck by the design of this graphic novel. She then proceeded to pick up and read it with fair interest. As far as I can tell she is able to appreciate Jobs’ life in her own way.
Adam Sacks is a guy who makes videos to amuse himself and hopefully everyone else too. His latest video, about the upcoming iPhone 5,...
We’ve all been there. Out-and-about the city with no charge left on our mobile. It’s a sinking feeling, really. It's like living in 1996 all over again. A new company in Sydney called Chargebar is setting up their charging stations at locations across the city, and looking to expand nationally.