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Official LEGO iPhone App Converts Images Into LEGO Mosaics… That’S It!

Official LEGO iPhone App Converts Images Into LEGO Mosaics… That’S It!
LEGO has just released an official iPhone App. Is it as cool as you think it will be? Maybe, maybe not. There’s just something about LEGOs that is completely timeless. Even though it’s been years since I used the bricks, I still love anything that’s connected to them.

Real Google Calendar: Life Imitating App Imitating Life

Real Google Calendar: Life Imitating App Imitating Life
The folks at Gigazine spotted this 2010 Google calendar. As in a calendar calendar, made of paper and all. The analog calendar lists events in the same style as the app, and it even has links, buttons and tabs on top.

Minipops Go Mobile: 8-Bit Pop Icons Get an iPhone App

Minipops Go Mobile: 8-Bit Pop Icons Get an iPhone App
I’ve seen Craig Robinson’s wonderful little Minipops before, and now you can enjoy these tiny 8-bit pixel art caricatures on your iPhone with a brand new app. The app features 1,000 celebrity and pop culture Minipop images, along with a directory which lets you quickly find the peeps you’re looking for.

Auto(Mated)Tunes: Robot Jams With iPhone App

Auto(Mated)Tunes: Robot Jams With iPhone App
Shimon is one of the musical robots at Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology. While it’s not quite up to par with Daft Punk, Shimon’s ability to improvise and provide accompaniment in real-time is simply amazing.

IPhone Turkey Timer: There to Help With Holiday Dinners

IPhone Turkey Timer: There to Help With Holiday Dinners
Cooking a turkey can be a delicate operation, even if you don’t try anything fancy or potentially dangerous, so it’s nice to know you have a friend in the kitchen (and in your iGadgets): this year, let your iPhone do the timing.

Nasa Launches Free iPhone App

Nasa Launches Free iPhone App
Space puns ftw! NASA recently released a free iPhone app that promises a ton of content for space fans, including mission details, videos, images, and twitter feeds. The mission portion is probably the geekiest part of the app, allowing users to read mission details, view launch or arrival countdown clocks, and even follow the orbit of certain spacecraft.

Zoombak’S iPhone App: Where’S the Heck is My Stuff?

Zoombak’S iPhone App: Where’S the Heck is My Stuff?
The guys over at Zoombak make these nifty little GPS trackers that you can place on cars, bicycles, suitcases or other items that you want to make sure you don’t lose track of. Now they’ve launched an iPhone app that lets you keep track of the precise locations of all of your stuff, wherever you go.

Os Calculators: I Bet the Mac Version Will be Twice as Expensive as the Windows One

Os Calculators: I Bet the Mac Version Will be Twice as Expensive as the Windows One
Call it a case of life imitating software: a designer at Mintpass recently showed off a couple of designs for calculators that look exactly like the calculator apps in Windows and in OS X. The Mac version has a metal case and a 2-liner LCD screen like its software counterpart, while the Windows calculator sports the classic XP color scheme, and even has menu headers.

Proloquo2go: iPhone App Gives Speech Impaired a Voice

Proloquo2go: iPhone App Gives Speech Impaired a Voice
The iPhone app store is loaded up with tens of thousands of apps ranging from video games, to GPS software to fart apps. But here’s an application that can actually change lives. Proloquo2Go is an amazing iPhone and iPod Touch app that helps people with speech impairments communicate wherever they go.

Openemu Mac Emulator Lets You Play and Play With Retro Video Games

Openemu Mac Emulator Lets You Play and Play With Retro Video Games
There aren’t as many video game apps for the Mac as there are for Windows computers, and even then I have a feeling that there’s no program, Windows or otherwise, that lets you play and play with retro video games the way OpenEmu does.

Hp Calculator iPhone Apps: Almost Worth Buying Just for Their Looks

Hp Calculator iPhone Apps: Almost Worth Buying Just for Their Looks
Introduced in the early 1980s, three models from HP’s much-loved 10c series calculators get a savvy transition to the 21st century with their iPhone app counterparts. The 12c and the 12c Platinum are both financial calculators, while the 15c – an out of production calculator so in demand 2nd hand units sell for as much as $400 bucks – is a high-end scientific calculator.

IPhone Stencil Kit Will Help Make Your Fart App Look Decent

IPhone Stencil Kit Will Help Make Your Fart App Look Decent
Design Commission has started selling an iPhone stencil kit, targeted towards app developers. I don’t know if there’s a software equivalent to this, but if there’s none I hereby declare that I was the one who thought of it first.

Mass Effect Coming to iPhone, Hopefully the Elevator Rides Will be Short

Mass Effect Coming to iPhone, Hopefully the Elevator Rides Will be Short
You’re probably aware that the sequel to Bioware’s blockbuster action RPG Mass Effect is already in the works, but did you also know that a prequel will also be released? And that it’s on the iPhone?

Band Uses Iphones, Vocal Cords to Cover Mgmt Song

Band Uses Iphones, Vocal Cords to Cover Mgmt Song
Sure, the iPhone looks good, but can it make a sandwich? Wash the car? Serve as instruments for an entire band? Mark that last item off the list of outrageous demands, because British band The Mentalists have managed to perform an entire song using only the power of several iPhones (and their own voices).