Robin checks in at the Batcave

Win Latitude Leaderboards with auto check-ins (post by @brettbristow22)

So you have checked into Foursquare and challenged your friends in check-in points game. For the first week it is fun and entertaining until you completely forget the app even exists. Google has created a Leaderboard of its own and will help you easily keep your check-ins up to date and private. The Leaderboard function [...]


NUKEMAP Tells You If You Could Escape A Nuclear Blast

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to experience a nuclear bomb in your home town? If you haven’t had such dark curiosities, I’m sure you do now. You’re probably wondering if you would be able to escape the bomb in time. You’d probably like to know how far away from the bomb [...]

Google Maps Menu

Google Changes Navigation Bar to Google Bar

Google continues to redesign its services to make them more eye pleasing and easier to use. They are now rolling out a new Google Bar that will be placed at the top of all Google services instead of the previous black bar with the row of services. Now when you hover over the Google icon it will [...]


Moleskine App, Share Your Thoughts!

I am a big fan of Moleskine notebooks.  You may have seen them at your local bookstore, those black-bound notebooks with the elastic closing band that come in different styles.  I use them all the time, for taking notes in class and for jotting down thoughts and ideas.  Recently Moleskine has been expanding their product [...]


Android Honeycomb

The creators of the Android have recently released some great technology devices. The Nexus S and the Android 2.3 have gotten great reviews and feedback. This isn’t it for them, however. Android has recently announced a new interface technology that will be joining Google’s ranks. Ina Fried, from Mobilized, announced earlier today that Google will [...]

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