iPhone Tracker open source application

What Exactly Does the iPhone Tracking Data Mean?

As many of you may have heard, it appears as if Apple is tracking your every movement via your iPhone. While that may be a bit of an overstatement, the cache log in the iPhone does provide a fairly detailed account of where you and your iPhone have been. The implications were severe enough that [...]


Why you should ditch Twitter for Beluga

Like many of you, I use Twitter to stay connected to my friends and family across the country. Currently, I have about 20 members of my immediate and extended family who actively tweet. From siblings to aunts, and even my grandma, we are a family of social media users. But today, I’m suggesting that we [...]


New, radical iPhone 5 Rumors

Ready for some more iPhone 5 rumors? Good. First of all, this post isn’t for the non-geek at heart. The following is speculation that could be true, but nothing is really confirmed until we actually see the device, whenever that will be. Yesterday, the expatriates from Engadget over at This Is My Next revealed some somewhat [...]

Your warranty doesn’t cover water damage and broken glass

ZAGG introduces ZAGGsafe

This week, ZAGG introduced a new product called ZAGGsafe. Sadly it is not as it sounds…a bullet proof safe encasing your iPhone 4 with an impossible to crack tumbler that slides delicately into your pocket. No, ZAGGsafe is a warranty program, but luckily it is just as cool as a steel vault. Before you finish your yawn [...]


The Touchscreen Ubiquity Dilemma

If you’ve seen the movie Minority Report, you remember the scenes when Tom Cruise is using the complex-looking hologram computer thingy.  He makes it look natural, swiping his hand, turning his wrist, poking the right places.  I think many tech nerds dream of a computer like that, a futuristic, fully touchable system.  But as things [...]


White iPhone 4. Really? Really?

Okay, this is almost becoming sort of a joke. The Apple rumor sites are claiming once again that the  fabled white iPhone 4 will finally be making its debut in the next couple of weeks. Sadly its not a joke that it won’t really be happening, but it’s a joke that they may actually release [...]


What’s Your iPod?

Over the years, there have been quite a few generations of iPods, from the old black and white screens to (OMG) color screens, all the way up to the iPod nano with a touchscreen.  Apple tends to improve their products gradually, making improvements and touch-ups here and there (look at the iPad vs. the iPad [...]


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 [...]

Moshi Moshi

Smartphone Dock Does it All

The Moshi Moshio4i is dock that utilizes Bluetooth 2.1 technology that allows computers and mobile phones to be simultaneously paired through one device. The Moshi04i is a multi-functional object that works as a cellphone dock, a Bluetooth speaker, and a Bluetooth handset that allows your cellphone to act as a landline. The creator of the [...]


Flip has Flipped

Well, if you haven’t heard the surprising, but not surprising, but surprising news from Cisco, (not to be confused with this Sisqo) it is that they are killing their Flip program. Thats right, that Flip program. The one that makes the Flip cameras with HD video recording and a switch blade-like USB stick for easy [...]

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