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Flickr’s new app for Android lets you filter and tag

Do you use flickr? How would you like to from your phone? Well, here’s some good news. You can now access the popular photo sharing service with the use of an official Flickr app for Android phones. You may wonder why it took them so long to launch this one but of course, only Flickr can answer that.

Flipboard-challenging Evri for iPad app launches for free

Pronounced like "every," Evri is an app that aggregates the various news sources from the around the Internet, as well as stuff happening in the social sphere.

Tech Crunch Disrupt Part 1: Mobile Apps Drumbi, Streamzoo and PicDish

In the Startup Alley of Tech Crunch Disrupt 2011 in San Francisco, I had the chance to speak to some founders of some great new apps, this first video of the series covers Drumbi, a new app launching shortly that changes the phone's dialer and makes it more visual and interactive.

Sony Ericsson txt pro offers smartphone-ish experience to Chatr customers

Whatever the case, the Sony Ericsson txt pro handles most of the basic smartphone-like usage needs, like social networking by way of the unique Friends application.

Win the iPhone 4 PowerSkin

We're giving away a PowerSkin for your iPhone 4. It's really a great addon to double your battery life. All you have to do is Facebook Like our page at the bottom of this post. If you already have cool, then just post on our wall saying you want a powerskin!

$100 Android Samsung Conquer 4G destined for Sprint on August 21

It's kind of hard to believe that they've already come along this far. With the pending release of the Samsung Conquer 4G, Sprint is on the cusp of releasing its 25th device capable of using its speedy 4G network. That's a milestone on its own. It also helps that the Conquer 4G is pretty affordable.

Take-away canoe fits in backpack, assembles in under five minutes

For those of you who love spending time on the lake but often have to deal with the inconvenience of a classic canoe, Israeli designer Ori Levin from Tsor Design Studio has recently come up with a handy solution. He created the so called Adhoc Canoe, a take-away canoe which folds into a standard-sized backpack. The Adhoc Folding Canoe weighs about 4.1 kg , is 13 x 23 x 70 centimeters and is really easy to carry.

BBM 6 talks to other apps, even lets you share your location

Research in Motion has clearly seen some brighter days, but BlackBerry is pushing ahead with some new updates. Today, BlackBerry Messenger 6 was officially released and it comes with at least one novel feature that you might like. With BBM6, you can share news and updates from other apps as your BBM status.

Ask Alfred iPhone App Knows Where You’ll Eat Lunch

Ask Alfred is a new iPhone app that uses artificial intelligence to predict what type of restaurant or bar you prefer, before you even know whether you'll like it. It provides iPhone users with personalized recommendations based on their tastes.

Microsoft ‘Leaks’ Social Networking Website

Looks like Microsoft "accidentally" leaked a potential social networking website. Oops. A splash page was published to, a domain registered by Microsoft all the way back in 1998, that looks sneakingly like a new social network. Kind of.

HP TouchPad 4G from AT&T rocks upgraded 1.5GHz processor

What's that? You just picked up the HP TouchPad and you think you're the new king of the tablet kingdom? Think again. HP has already one-upped itself, because an upgraded version of the webOS tablet has been formally announced and it `comes with two notable bumps on the spec sheet.

Will Wii Cyberbike really make you fit?

What if riding a stationary bike didnt involve you just watching TV or reading a magazine. What if it was some kind of game with computer graphics and score, timers, and all kinds of other stuff, then exercising should make be more fun, right?

Are you lovin Google’s What do you love?

What do you love? is a single search page from Google that utilizes Google’s online tools to deliver information about the stuff you love. The new website was quietly rolled out several days ago, but engineering issues kept it from being officially launched.

eShadow smartphone app will direct you towards nearby friends

It's like Foursquare and Facebook Places, but a little less voluntary. Making its debut at the IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS), eShadow is a smartphone app that will let you identify people in the neighboring area who are also using the same software. Then, it points you toward them.

Israel to Apple: Take down ‘Anti-Israel’ app

And so it was done. The Israeli government pressured Apple to remove an Arabic-language app called "ThirdIntifada" from the App Store because it encourages a Palestinian uprising. In a letter to Apple CEO Steve Jobs, Public Diplomacy Minister Yuli-Yoel Edelstein said the app passed on information about protests, some violent, planned against Israel.

Sony Ericsson adds Xperia ray and Xperia active to Android lineup

My experience with the Sony Ericsson Xperia line of smartphones hasn't exactly been stellar, but that doesn't mean SE isn't trucking ahead with new additions to the line. I have the Xperia Play in hand and will have that review posted soon, but there's also the new Xperia ray and Xperia active coming down the chute too.

Bluebird Electric Starts Speed Trials at Pendine Sands

Bluebird Electric is scheduled to start speed trials at Pendine Sands, Carmarthenshire, on July 2 and 3 in order to prepare for the breaking of the 500mph land speed record in 2013.  The current record in the UK for electric cars is 137 mph.

Tips To Prevent Cellphone Radiation Brain Nukage

The dangers of cellphone radiation have been a hot topic lately, particularly after the World Health Organization gave the sobering announcement that cellphone radiation could possibly increase the risk of brain cancer. Additionally, research came out that suggested cellphones are responsible for killing off bees. They aren’t getting a good rep right now. While I was scared for a few minutes and considered ditching my Blackberry and running into the woods to live in a shack, I realized I love convenience too much. They're not going to turn nearby cell tower squirrels into radioactive freaks just yet, but there is some concern. So instead, here are some ways to keep your brain, and other body parts, safe from potentially hazardous cellphone radiation.

DashCam: The iPhone BlackBox App For Your Car

DashCam is an iPhone app developed by St. Edward Enterprises that allows drivers to track the route they are travelling on Google Maps and display speed and distance as well. To do this, the app uses the iPhone’s rear camera, Google Maps and the GPS. The recording can be used as evidence should an accident happen or for learning purposes. Users can share the video recording on various sites such as Facebook or YouTube, it also makes a pretty sweet HUD.

Hey Gramps, Check out the Emporia RL1

While many people consider things like video games, digital cameras, GPS and browsing pages and pages of Google results are a must for a mobile phone, there are others who just want to make a call, as simple and directly as possible. Obviously we're talking about the elderly here, they usually aren’t concerned with being able to go on Facebook, download apps and twitpic self-portraits; although we have seen our share of savvy old timers.

Swiftkey X Android App Now Even MORE Predictive

The SwiftKey app for Android is supposed to be intelligent. It gradually learns your typing habits and your favourite words to help speed up your typing, then gives you a predictive text experience that is more personalized than that lousy autocorrect. The keyboard picks up all the special and uncommon words you frequently use and stores them in a library, then offers them up as word suggestions the next time you begin to spell the word.

WP7 Mango to Get “Seamless” Windows Live Messenger Integration

When you have an Android smartphone, connecting with your friends via GChat is a pretty straightforward and seamless process. Microsoft wants to offer the same kind of idea, but within its Windows environment. That's why they're promising a "seamless, built-in texting and IM experience powered by Windows Live Messenger" on Windows Phone 7.

Microsoft Unveils Windows Phone Mango to be Released This Fall

Today, Microsoft has given a preview of its latest Windows Phone OS update, known as Mango. According to Microsoft, Mango will deliver more than 500 new features to ensure a seamless integration of communications, apps and internet searching. Microsoft focused on developing three main things in Mango, which include a web experience that goes beyond the browser, a smarter approach to apps, and improved communication features that make it easier to connect and share with others.

Friday Android App Knows What You Did Last Night

Friday is an Android app that functions as a search engine for your life. The app allows you to find out where you were, what calls you made, what emails you sent and what song you were listening to on any given day. The app gives you analytics of your entire phone usage. Such an app would have come useful to the guys in The Hangover when trying to locate their lost buddy, since the app tracks GPS location too.

Why You Should Turn Off WiFi Auto-Connect On Your Android Phone

Uh oh. There's a certain price that you have to pay for convenience and, in this case, it looks like that price is severely reduced security. It turns out that almost all the Android phones and tablets out there are vulnerable to a very easy attack.

Ortsbo Translation Software Review

The Ortsbo iPhone app is currently undergoing review to be available on the Apple App Store. The Commobility and Intertainment Media teams are also working on apps for platforms including Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone, which are scheduled to launch summer 2011.

Sony Adds 25M Names to the Hacked List: PSN Service Delay Imminent?

Oh Sony, how big and dangerous you have become. Many of you were excited with the latest news of PSN service coming back online shortly, but don't jump up and down just yet, because Sony has just announced (as of May 3) that their Sony Online Entertainment PC games network was also hacked.

Police Can Raid iPhone of all its data in 15 Minutes

A cell phone is a highly personal product. It also contains a treasure trove of personal information that could be used against you in a court of law. The scary thing is that the police can strip your iPhone of everything it knows in 15 seconds flat using just one click of a mouse button.

Toshiba Camileo BW10 Waterproof Camcorder Ready for the Pool

Despite the departure of the brand that started it all, pocket camcorders are still going to stick around for a little while longer. Challenging other waterproof competitors like the Kodak PlaySport is the new Toshiba Camileo BW10.

iPhone Secretly Records Geolocation Data

Before you work up some crazy conspiracy theory, let's get to the facts. It appears that the iPhone and iPad 3G automatically record your location data everywhere you go. Your movements are then automatically saved to a secret file on the device, and the file is automatically backed up on your computer when you sync up the device with iTunes.

T3 Motion Swaps iPad for Galaxy Tab in R3 Electric Three-Wheeler

You know, tablets look a lot like those fancy in-car entertainment systems, offering a similar size screen and even more functionality. T3 Motion recognized this last year when they plunked an iPad into the GT3. Now, they've integrated a Samsung Galaxy Tab into the new R3 series.

DoD Releases iPad app for DVIDS

Our good friends over at the Department of Defense (DoD) who's chief aim is to protect the nation has deployed a new app. Ever wanted to be tapped in to the DoD's Video and Imagery distribution system? Well, there's an app for that.

Check In at Home and Track History with New GMaps for Android

While I am certain there are a lot of people who feel otherwise, I'm still not sold on the whole "checking in" to places thing, whether it be through Foursquare, Facebook, or Google. That said, the newest release of Google Maps for Android devices might actually help with some work-life balance issues.

Acer Iconia Dual Touchscreen Tablet Notebook Available For Pre-Order

I'm not at all convinced that I would want a notebook computer that doesn't have a physical keyboard, but I almost said the same thing about touchscreen-only smartphones not that long ago. Pushing this trend along is the dual screen-wielding Acer Iconia, which is now being put up for pre-order.

Google Partners with MasterCard, Citigroup to Develop NFC Payment Scheme

The Google Nexus S has a near field communications (NFC) chip in it, so you know that Google is interested in pursuing this technology for a variety of purposes. The most obvious application is mobile payments and it looks like the search engine has just made its next big move on this front, buddying up with MasterCard and Citigroup to make it happen.

Widgetized Chumby Display Ready for Retail Next Month

A regular old digital picture frame isn't exactly the most exciting thing in the world, but it suddenly gets a lot more interesting when you toss in a few more features and functions. In effect, that's the appeal of the widget-happy display from Chumby Industries and they're almost ready to let you buy it.

Samsung Galaxy Player in Four and Five-Inch Flavors for US Market

Considering how much we use our smartphones these days, I'm totally less inclined to get a standalone media player. Then again, something like the iPod touch really is just an iPhone without the phone part. The Samsung Galaxy Player is much the same and it's almost ready for market.

Xoom Firmware Update Tonight Prepares for Flash 10.2 Release March 18

Tonight Motorola will be updating the firmware on their Xoom tablets, installing the “required enhancements” to make way for upcoming Flash 10.2. That doesn’t mean you Xoomers will have the promised Flash capabilities just yet, but the company has announced on its Facebook page that 10.2 will be available for download as of March 18.

Social TV Trend Hits Britain, U.S.

Watching TV is becoming a more social endeavour amongst British youth, according to a recent study by media consulting company Digital Clarity. Of 1,300 British mobile internet users below 25 years of age, eight of 10 responded that they use mobile devices to talk to friends about the show they’re watching.

Zioneyez HD Video Sun Glasses Have Style

They'll stand out from other glasses-cams - not by sheer ugliness -- as the tiny camera they're concealing to the right of the lenses records in full 1080p, capable of streaming your field of vision through your smartphone to Qik or LiveStream.

Ortsbo to Real Time Translate Your Mobile Chats Too

In case you haven't figured it out already, we live in an international world and, believe it or not, not everyone speaks English. Ortsbo by Interntainment is meant to break down some of those language barriers.

ViewSonic Now Shipping ViewPad 10 With Android 1.6, Windows 7

ViewSonic is announcing immediate availability of the ViewPad 10 tablet we heard about last November. The 10-inch slate will most notably dual boot between Android and Windows 7, the hardware on board is an Intel Atom 1.66GHz processor, 2GB memory to make up for the lack of dual-core functionality, and the option of 16GB or 32GB SSD hard drives.

Panasonic LUMIX FX77 Camera Makes You Attractive

We’ve all met a person or two who never wants to be in a photo. No matter what these people look like or how good any photos of them turn out, they indiscriminately hate every picture of their own face. It’s often irrational and baseless in the eyes of those around them, but those people go on with only the default Facebook avatar all the same.

iPad 2 With iOS 4.3 Shipping in White or Black March 11

The iPad 2 live event is currently underway, the latest reports are showing both White and Black models will be available from the get go at the same amazing starting price of $499.

Get the Atrix 4G for Fifty Bucks Less at the Shack

Well, that didn't take very long at all. The Motorola Atrix 4G hasn't even officially hit store shelves yet and it has already experienced a 25% price cut. Granted, the price cut isn't an official one being offered through AT&T and Motorola, but it's the next best thing.

Rinspeed BamBoo Brings Social Media, Integrated Mobile Tech to the EV

No, the BamBoo was designed with the intention of being a fun, sun and sand delight for the social-media types and tech-savvy beach lovers. From its bread-box dashboard compartments to the throw-switch controls it conceals, it gives oldschool stylings and concepts a place in the world of high-tech transport.

HTC Unviles Desire S, Wildfire S and Incredible S

At MWC this week, HTC not only unveiled the HTC Flyer tablet, but three new smartphones focusing on simplicity and elegance. They are called the HTC Desire S, HTC Wildfire S and HTC Incredible S.

Acer Does Honeycomb Too With ICONIA TAB A500

Not satisfied with the overwhelming onslaught of tablets revealed at CES last month? Well, you're in luck. They're still coming by the truckload. The newest in the bunch is the Acer ICONIA TAB A500.

The Android 3.0 Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1-inch Tablet

Alongside the Galaxy S II monsterphone, Samsung has announced a new Galaxy Tab 10.1 Android tablet. This release is announced in partnership with Vodafone Group, who will offer the new tablet to their customers "this spring."

Google Accounts Get Security Upgrade

Google will be adding an extra layer of security -- Google Authenticator -- to their accounts in order to combat the growing threat of hackers and raise confidence in services such as Docs and Gmail.
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