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Category: Software

Circboard Console Typing Software: Amazing, But Not Original?

Circboard Console Typing Software: Amazing, But Not Original?
Redditor Torontoitguy shared a console typing software that he invented. He’s calling it the Circboard, and it’s easy to see why. Letters and symbols are mapped to each of the four face buttons on a controller,…
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uTorrent Android App Available, Can Transfer Downloads to Mobile Device

uTorrent Android App Available, Can Transfer Downloads to Mobile Device
Bittorrent’s official uTorrent app is now available for Android devices. I don’t have an Android device, but even I know that it’s not the only torrent manager for the OS. Speaking as an iOS device owner,…
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SwiftKey Tablet for Honeycomb Has a Two-Keyboard Approach

SwiftKey Tablet for Honeycomb Has a Two-Keyboard Approach
Android smartphones have long benefited from the Swiftkey keyboard app. Now that same convenience will be coming to Honeycomb tablets, and it really looks promising. Unlike the iPad keyboard, which has more or less the same…
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Nokia Not as Lame as We Thought: Bubbles is Cool

Nokia Not as Lame as We Thought: Bubbles is Cool
Nokia isn’t a cool company in my book. I have never seen a phone for Nokia that I looked at and thought, “Wow that is cool.” Mostly I look at Nokia and think booooring. Nokia Beta…
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Tiger Lab DS Emulator for Android: Your Move, Nintendo

Tiger Lab DS Emulator for Android: Your Move, Nintendo
Video game emulators have long been available for both iOS and Android phones, provided you’re willing to jailbreak your device. There are NES, SNES and even PlayStation emulators. However, this is the first time that I’ve…
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ToDoGenius iOS App: Like a Tiny Secretary in Your Pocket

ToDoGenius iOS App: Like a Tiny Secretary in Your Pocket
To-do applications are a dime a dozen. Some of them simply involve taking notes, most of them integrate with calendar software, and some are general purpose apps – if all you want is to keep a…
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Google Works Around Egyptian Government with speak2tweet

Google Works Around Egyptian Government with speak2tweet
The Egyptian government still has the country under a web blackout and they can’t access services we have all come to rely on like twitter and Facebook among others. If you want to know what’s going…
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VideoSurf Mobile App: Search For Video Using Video

VideoSurf Mobile App: Search For Video Using Video
It’s as if Xzibit came up with the idea behind VideoSurf: “Yo dawg, I heard you like videos, so we made it so you can search for videos using videos.” Currently in development, the smartphone app…
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Kinect Hack Turns You Into a Superhero

Kinect Hack Turns You Into a Superhero
When I first saw the Kinect demo for Forza I was extremely turned off. But almost every day, hackers are revealing the true potential of Microsoft’s device. You see, I think the greatest thing about the…
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Microsoft Surface 2: Cool and Expensive Enterprise Toy

Microsoft Surface 2: Cool and Expensive Enterprise Toy
It’s not only iOS devices that have a good grasp of touchscreen UIs, Microsoft isn’t bad at them either. However, there are only a few computers available that allow you to use gestures, and one of…
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Viewdle Facial Recognition Phone App Tags Faces, Spits on Privacy in Real Time

Viewdle Facial Recognition Phone App Tags Faces, Spits on Privacy in Real Time
A start-up company called Viewdle showed off some interesting smartphone software at CES. Their app can recognize faces in real time and automatically tag them, using either data from social networks or a user-created database from…
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BodyMedia Wireless Armband BW Helps You Manage Your Waistline

BodyMedia Wireless Armband BW Helps You Manage Your Waistline
BodyMedia unveiled their latest FIT Armband BW that will connect to your devices using Bluetooth. This means that it will connect to iOS devices, as well as cell phones, etc. It will collect information about how…
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Denon N7 Bookshelf Stereo: Share Tunes in Style

Denon N7 Bookshelf Stereo: Share Tunes in Style
I can’t remember the last time I bought a stereo, but the Denon N7 has got some interesting possibilities since it links with Apple Airplay’s system to stream your entire iTunes library.…
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Motorola XOOM Tablet Specs Revealed: First to Taste Android 3.0 Honeycomb

Motorola XOOM Tablet Specs Revealed: First to Taste Android 3.0 Honeycomb
The tablet wars continue at CES this week, with more and more competitors entering the fray. Motorola is one of the companies who recently announced entry into the market, with the XOOM Tablet (I wonder what…
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Mac App Store Not Yet Released But Already Cracked?

Mac App Store Not Yet Released But Already Cracked?
The Mac App Store – Apple’s desktop version of the iOS App Store – won’t be open until January 6, 2011, but the infamous Hackulous community claims that they have already cracked the virtual store’s security.…
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Ford Sync Destinations App: Sync your Ride with your Phone

Ford Sync Destinations App: Sync your Ride with your Phone
It’s safe to say that smartphones are becoming the center of digital life of most of the people in the US. When you are lost, you simply open Google Maps, and you’re found. When you need…
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