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Microsoft finally revealed Office for iPad today

Microsoft Office for iPad has been a favorite subject of the rumor mill for almost as long as the iPad has been around. Today the rumors are no more, as Satya Nadella used his first event as the company's CEO to announce the first "real" version of Office for iPad.  Read More

Acorns is a new app that allows users to make micro-investments from their smartphone

Investing is generally seen as the domain of the rich and wealthy. A new app wants to change that, however, by putting the ability to invest in the hands of just about anyone. Acorns is a smartphone app that enables users to make small investments.  Read More

Microsoft is ceasing support for Windows XP on April 8th so it's time to consider your opt...

On April 8, Microsoft will cease all support to consumers who are still running Windows XP. On the same day, the company will also end support for Office 2003. If you're a procrastinator still plugging away on an XP machine or working away in Microsoft's aging productivity suite, it's high time you considered your options. Gizmag provides a few suggestions.  Read More

SocialRadar is an app that provides real-time information about the people around you

A new app is looking to succeed in the ambient location market where others have failed. SocialRadar provides real-time information about the people around you. It connects to the user's Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Foursquare, Instagram and Google+ accounts to pull in data about their whereabouts and recent activities.  Read More

Amazon AppStream allows users to stream resource hungry applications from the cloud to mob...

The newly-launched AppStream from Amazon Web Services allows users to stream resource hungry applications from the cloud, without worrying about hardware limitations or operating platforms.  Read More

The Uber taxi app for iPhone and Android.

Paying two, three or even ten times as much as usual for a taxi ride across town sounds like a pretty crappy deal, right? But I’m sure you can imagine times when you’d be happy to pay it – times, for example, when demand is so high that it’s impossible to get a ride. And that’s the theory behind Uber, a mobile app that’s aiming to use basic economic theory to eliminate taxi bottlenecks. And as it turns out, it just might end up being better for everyone.  Read More

Cuff has launched a new range of wearable technology

Although the functionality of wearable technology may be beginning to measure up to expectations, its aesthetic form has largely been derided, and designers face the task of bridging the tech and fashion worlds. Cuff is one of a number of fledgling companies that is looking to reconcile technological prowess with head-turning looks. Its newly-launched range of fashion accessories incorporate a discrete wireless device that, when pressed, sends a notification to your chosen contacts to let them know you're trying to make contact.  Read More

Dormi is a baby monitor app for parents with two or more Android phones

Baby monitors are one of the multitude of things that parents have to remember to pack when going away for a weekend, or that they don't have to hand when visits with friends last longer than expected. A new app solves this problem, for families with two or more Android devices. Dormi replaces the need for a dedicated baby monitor by turning one device into a transmitter that captures audio, and relays it to one or more other receiver devices.  Read More

Here's how to install Google apps on Kindle Fire HD with no rooting required

One of the main reasons to root your Kindle Fire is so you can install the Google Play Store and have access to apps that can't be found in the Amazon Appstore. But if you're worried about voiding the warranty or dealing with the rooting process in general, you can sideload apps. The cool thing about this technique is it doesn't require you to root the device first. Here's how to get most of the Google apps on your Kindle Fire HD or HDX.  Read More

Sols are 3D printed custom insoles

The healthcare industry is already making use of 3D printing technologies to print casts, tracheal splints, ears, prostheses, and even cells. Now, a New York-based company wants to print the insoles in your shoes to reduce foot pain and improve posture. Sols Systems has raised US$1.75 million of seed financing from Lux Capita to bring its custom orthotics to market.  Read More

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