High speeding down the slopes, you cut through a half dozen trees before lifting off and grabbing huge air, you think, shouldn’t I be recording this? If you did, you have to wait until you get to a computer before uploading your adventure to the world. That’s not the case if you own the ION Air Pro HD camera. It lets you share your clips in real time to social networking sites.more →
We know that many of you have been waiting for a while for this moment; the Sparrow mail app is finally available for the iPhone. From now on, you will be able to enjoy a simplified way of checking your Gmail, iCloud and other accounts.more →
If you don’t want random strangers crowding your precious photographic memories, check out what Swedish photography firm Scalado has come out with. The app called Remove, claims to be the world’s first optical removal software for smartphones. Scalado says the new app will help you remove unwanted moving subjects from your photographs. It works just like you would imagine it to. The Remove app takes burst of shots in succession, you will have to keep the camera still on the person or thing you are taking a photo of. It then recognizes the moving objects in the frame by comparing the different shots, then it will highlight the objects in motion allowing you to select the ones you want to be removed. The final product will be a perfect photo of just your dear loved ones.more →
Are you frustrated by the multitasking on your Apple iPhone and wish there was a better way to quickly switch between apps? Chpwn has come up with a nice little tweak for all the jailbroken iOS owners out there and it’s called Zephyr.more →
Microsoft’s dashboard update to their Xbox 360 was gladly welcomed by all the owners of the console earlier. Now, as expected, the company has released the Xbox Companion app for Windows Phone devices.more →
It’s really handy when you can manage your cell phone account from, well, your cell phone. Rogers has been offering its My Account app on iPhone, BlackBerry, and select Android devices for a while, but it has now been updated with some extra functionality.more →
When it comes to the Amazon Kindle, you don’t necessarily have to buy the e-reader hardware in order to enjoy its library. There are all sorts of free mobile apps. The same thing is expanding with Barnes & Noble too with the introduction of the nook for Android app. As you can probably figure out, this Google Android app will grant you access to just about everything that the Barnes & Noble nook has to offer. You’ll need to have Android 1.6 or higher, but it means that you can shop for over a million titles including new releases and free eBooks.more →
Do you want to buy a new watch but you can’t be bothered to go to a physical store to try them on? Tissot just may have the answer for you in the form of their new augmented reality app. You can watch the video below to get a better sense of how it works, but you basically print out a paper watch that will give your webcam a point of reference. After launching the app you can browse through the Tissot watch collection. Each time you click on one, it will magically “appear” on your wrist.more →
You’ve seen the barcode scanners on other phones, but when you try to scan a barcode on your Motorola Devour, you only get a blurry mess. There has to be an easier way to read those UPCs with the camera on the Devour, right? Yes, there is.
One of the newest apps to show up in the Android Market is Pic2Shop and it plays very nice with the Motorola Devour.more →
Twitter really has become the hottest thing since sliced bread and it shows. For just about every smartphone platform, you’ll find a wide range of Twitter clients that go above and beyond the mobile site. Owners of Android phones now have another option with the porting of HootSuite.
What started out as a web-based Twitter client to be used on your computer, HootSuite has since gone on to infiltrate the Apple iPhone and now Google Android as well. Feel free to communicate with your friends on the go, TwitPic’ing everything along the way.more →
Have you ever been traveling abroad and then you lose your passport? Maybe you’re in a foreign land and you got mugged on the subway? These can be very stressful moments and that’s why it helps to have some local assistance close at hand. Catering to this exact market is International Rescue, a smartphone-based service launched by Trafficmaster.more →
A new app from Logitech is available at the iTunes App Store. The Touch Mouse app turns your iPhone or iPod Touch into a wireless trackpad and keyboard for your computer. You can type, point, click and scroll on either a Mac or PC from a distance.more →
Have you ever had the experience where you are walking down the street and you absolutely have to get that text message or email message sent out? Of course you have. Have you ever accidentally bumped into someone or tripped off the edge of the sidewalk as a result? Probably. The problem is that your […]more →
Do you need to renew a subscription that you have? Maybe you owe your favorite freelance writer some cash and you’re nowhere near a computer? Well, PayPal is coming to the rescue if you so happen to have a BlackBerry on your hip. The popular online money transfer system has just announced a new application […]more →