The Industrial iPhone Bumper With Built In Stand

I love to peruse the Kickstarter projects for sweet new designs. This is the first time I’ve found a pre-announced Kickstarter project: The Idostand. I love the industrial glass and metal of the iPhone. I don’t like to cover it up with anything but an Invisible Shield. In some situations, I have a bumper for [...]

Yahoo Web Browser Axis

Yahoo! launches its own mobile web browser, Axis

It’s no secret that Yahoo! has been largely marginalized in recent years in the tech world, with Google becoming the dominant search behemoth. The company has struggled to find its place, had some drama at the executive level with various news stories, and overall has not really been at the top of the mind of the [...]


4 iPhone Tips You May Have Missed Or Forgot To Use (via @jkhowland)

There are a few iPhone tips and tricks that we don’t use very often, but when we need them can be super useful. Because the use case is rare, I know I’ve forgotten them in the past. I thought I’d give you a refresher: Hold Home to Quit the Current App When you close an [...]


$70,000 KickStarter project makes plugging in iPhone in the dark an illuminating experience

Most of us these days use our cell phones as an alarm clock. If we’re not using our devices to help wake us up each morning, we almost certainly have them sitting on the table beside our beds at night. It’s just the way it is. For me, when I go to bed each night, [...]


I Have iPhone Fatigue

The title says it all.  I just don’t use my iPhone as much as I used to.  It’s not that it’s any less cool, but I think the novelty of it has worn off for me somewhat.  When I first got my iPhone 4 (just over a year ago), I was in love.  I felt [...]


FastCustomer app will make waiting on hold for customer service obsolete

Let’s face it: Telephone customer service generally sucks. Most companies fail to delight customers who are calling in to speak with an agent for a number of reasons, ranging from housing agents at off-shore call centers to simply being unhelpful. Before we customers ever get to an agent, however, we often have to wait on [...]


Day Maker Turns Your iPhone Into a Pop-Tart to Wake You Up

Kickstarter is always a fun place to find cool projects. Even if they may not get funded, it is a great place to find cool ideas by interesting people. The Day Maker is an alarm clock with one goal – make waking up a little bit more fun. I have been reading a lot lately [...]


Apple’s Secret iPhone Features – Hackery, but no jailbreaking required

Here are some secrets that require some hackery, but not jailbreaking. Apple buried some secrets in the iPhone’s OS that include an alternate keyboard that includes spelling suggestions, and a panorama mode for the camera. Spelling suggestions on the iPhone I’ve heard good and bad things about this keyboard. For users who want spelling predictions [...]


Death of SMS – Is Facebook Messenger the Murderer? (via @jkhowland)

The New York Times Bits blog recently posted an article regarding the results of a telecommunications consulting firm report. A research note last Friday reported that “based on measured minutes of use, smartphone users were spending more time on Facebook and thus probably sending more messages with it’s service than they are text messages.” Real [...]


The Mobile Box Office Will Change How You Go To Concerts

Have you been to an indy concert recently? Any kind of live event for that matter? You might run into a situation where you need to go throught he box office, and it takes some time. In fact, at an indy concert I went to recently there was only one person manning the pay booth [...]

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