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— Mobile Technology

Android apps pass 50,000 mark

By - April 27, 2010
Android Market is the online software store for Android devices – it's Google's answer to Apple's Appstore on iTunes and for much of its short life (born 22 October 2008), it has been but a pale imitation of the all-conquering iPhone's biggest strength. Just 12 months ago Android Market held less than 3000 apps compared to the AppStore's 35,000 but the marketplace is now beginning to roll, and developers are responding, and with 8,000 + apps added in each of the last two months, the Android Market now holds 50,000 apps and should pass 100,000 by the end of the year. Read More
— Health and Wellbeing

iPhone app gets you off your lazy butt

By - April 26, 2010
Obesity rates are on the rise in most western countries where sitting at a computer all day (and sometimes into the night) is commonplace. Low activity levels, in many cases, combined with poor diets, have been blamed for almost two-thirds of Americans being overweight or obese. To help address the problem, health researchers have developed an iPhone app designed to monitor your physical activity and motivate you to do that little bit more. Read More
— Mobile Technology

MiLi's sleek Power Skin doubles iPhone battery life

By - April 21, 2010 3 Pictures
MiLi has added to its iPhone accessory line-up with the release of what it bills as the "world’s thinnest external battery and protective case for iPhone 3G and 3GS." The slender MiLi Power Skin has a 1,200 mAH battery capacity which can provide up to double the battery life of the iPhone, a pass-through USB/mini-USB for syncing and charging without removing the case and is designed to be easily removed for docking. Read More
— Mobile Technology

iPhone OS 4.0 - new features plus another kick in the pants for Adobe

By - April 12, 2010
Apple yesterday released information about the upcoming revision to its iPhone operating system - iPhone OS 4.0, which is due for release in June. It offers major enhancements like multitasking, the iBooks eBook reader app, a centralized gaming service, performance and battery life improvements. But while the new software will be a boon for iPhone 3GS and iPad owners, as well as buyers of the next-gen iPhone HD expected to debut sometime this year, it seems that iPhone 2G, 3G and older iPod Touch owners might be left behind on the upgrade trail. Oh - and the new developer kit contains another nasty surprise for Adobe. Read More
— Mobile Technology

Toktumi's Line2 app offers a second line for your iPhone

By - April 7, 2010 4 Pictures
Conscientious workers face a dilemma when making sure they’re always available for work - either carry around two phones or hand out personal numbers. Toktumi’s $14.95 a month Line2 VoIP app, now in its final stages of development, gives iPhone users the chance to bag themselves unlimited U.S and Canadian calls, cheaper international rates, and a second number that works over 3G, WiFi or Cellular networks. Read More
— Music

Line 6 MIDI Mobilizer is the first hardware MIDI interface for the iPhone

By - March 23, 2010 3 Pictures
Carrying around all the various equipment needed for studio recording, rehearsals or live performance, you'd be forgiven for not noticing all the extra bulk caused by laptops and associated peripherals needed to record, play, store or reload Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) settings, sequences and song data. But if you're on the lookout for something more portable then Line 6 has just announced the MIDI Mobilizer, a hardware interface designed to work with any iPhone or iPod Touch. Read More
— Mobile Technology Review

REVIEW: FoxL v2 pocket-sized wireless boombox

By - March 23, 2010 15 Pictures
The Foxl v2 is instantly impressive by its weight, it’s not made of plastic and it delivers impressive bass sounds through technology that combines the unit’s rechargeable Lithium-ion battery with a Flatmagic acoustic bass radiator. The unit's mid and high-range come at you via two patented dual voice coil 25mm (1 inch) Linear Magnetic Drive Twoofers (tweeters that also woof – tuned to 100Hz) and on-board amplification is supplied by four ultra high-efficiency digital amplifiers delivery total power up to 8W at <0.1%THD. Add in Bluetooth capabilities and this unit ticks a lot of boxes. Read More
— Mobile Technology

PayPal Send Money 2.0 app for iPhone makes cashless transactions easy

By - March 17, 2010
If you have a PayPal account and an iPhone, chances are you’ll never again be caught short of money when you’re out and about. PayPal has released version 2.0 of its Send Money application for iPhone, which means account-holders now have even fewer reasons to carry cold, hard cash around with them. Three nifty features in the free app are Bump, where iPhone users physically bump phones to “magically” transfer money from one account to the next, a Split Check calculator and the Collect Money function, which politely prompts debtors to pay up. Read More
— Music

Guitarbud captures killer riffs on your iPhone

By - March 15, 2010 5 Pictures
The Guitarbud from the cable arm of guitar manufacturers Paul Reed Smith Guitars allows you to plug a guitar directly into an iPhone or iPod Touch, slap on a pair of headphones and use the multitude of guitar apps available to record your magical moments of inventive creativity, tune up your six-stringed companion, jam along to your favorite artists or capture a killer riff and send it to your friends. Read More
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