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Suite of iPhone Apps Bring Technology to the Golf Course

The iPhone is such a powerful tool. It seems like everyday developers strench the device to a whole new spectrum of ability. It’s not too late in the season to talk about how the developers at Shotzoom started with the basics, and eventually developed a suite of apps with impressive technology to use on and [...]

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My First Smartphone: Not the iPhone. Deal With It.

I did it. I got the Motorola Droid X2. Not the iPhone. I hope the hate mail doesn’t come in too fast. So before I do a post reviewing the phone, let me explain my decision and see if you agree. The decision to go the Android route was a tough one for me, but [...]

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Get Rid of Your Remote Controls

Walk into pretty much any home and look on the coffee table or entertainment center.  You will likely notice an various assortment of remote controls.  Whether it is a television, gaming system, DVD or Blu-Ray player or sound system, seemingly every type of technology is controlled by it’s own remote control.  With a smartphone, all [...]

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Social media comes to life

Apple applied for a patent last week for a new kind of social app: one based on your location. Instead of finding friends online purely because of like interests or similar life goals, this app allows users to meet people in person based on their personal profiles, some data from their phone, and their locations. [...]

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iPhone App Makes Adding Friends On Facebook Easier

Ever have a hard time finding people on Facebook? Especially people you’ve just met? Many people are very private, and sometimes that can make them hard to find on Facebook, but the iPhone has changed all that. Now, I’m not saying you should add everybody as a friend just because it’s easy (that’s annoying), but [...]

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Apple Patent To Shut Down Recording In Venues Using iPhone Cameras

People use their phones every day. In fact, I don’t know a lot of people where their whole life isn’t on their phone. From checking emails, to uploading pictures on Facebook, to posting your next tweet, to filming your favorite band or sports team at whatever venue they’re playing at. But soon, that may be [...]

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AppSpot is Here!

Yahoo’s AppSpot, available for both Android and iPhone, went live on Sunday. The program recommends different apps based on your download history and even your search history. Those aren’t the only criteria for recommendations on AppSpot, though. Every day, the program will determine new apps to serve up for your consideration based on trending web [...]

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Apple To Sell Unlocked iPhone 4 In The U.S.

It seems like just about everyone I know owns an iPhone. Every chance I get I take my dad’s iPhone and play games he has on it. I think they’re great. So, I’m sure plenty of people are thrilled about the fact the unlocked iPhone 4 is now available in Apple retail stores. According to [...]

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New iPhone To Have 4G Support?

Yes, more iPhone 5 rumors!  You know you love ‘em!  Some of the more recent rumors regarding the iPhone 5 (or iPhone 4S as analysts have dubbed it) involve a supposed leak of information from Ali Al Ahmad, the Chief Corporate Communication officer for Etisalat, one of the largest cellular carriers for the United Arab [...]

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More iOS 5 deets: Custom Vibrations

iOS 5 keeps blowing me away. My latest research brings to light a feature with which you can not only set different vibrations for different contacts (for example “heartbeat” or “symphony”), you can create your own vibrations. Amazing, if you ask me. The logic behind the feature is to enhance accessibility capabilities; in other words, [...]

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