Got a few minutes to read something? Not sure which of your saved Read Later article to pick? Then you need Readtime, a new iPhone app which picks articles based on the time you have available. Dial in the length of your coffee break or the average time taken to clear your bowels in the morning, and Readtime will return a list of appropriately-long articles.
Readtime syncs with Readability and Pocket (not Instagram, [Read More...]
If you’re gonna flirt with technology, make sure you’re safe doing so.
Location-based dating. Spooky, right? It’s a lot like leaving personal information on little sticky notes attached to your coat; any random scary internet guy or gal can pick one off you at any moment and get in your face. Yikes!
SinglesAroundMe aims to solve that problem with a new app, available for free on both the Google Play and the [Read More...]
Siri is getting more and more useful, and one of the better uses for Siri are location based reminders. With location reminders, you can have Siri remind you to do things like make copies when you get to work, feed the cat when you get home, and just about any other task that would be helpful to be reminded of upon arrival or departure. This tends to work [Read More...]
Want to be notified of a reminder when you arrive at a specific place? Or maybe reminded to do something when you leave a location? You can do both of these from OS X Mountain Lion onward with the Reminders app, much like you can in the iOS world. Because the reminders sync through iCloud, you’ll be alerted on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or [Read More...]
This is quite possibly the first and best tweak to enhance the iOS 5 Reminders application. iOS 5 shipped with a new application on our SpringBoards known as Reminders. Do you remember what Reminders does? Reminders is a new app that functions a lot like notes does. The only thing that is distinctive between Notes and reminders is that while in Notes you can jot things down, Reminders will go beyond that and furthermore send you [Read More...]
As MMi reported this morning, it is now a foregone conclusion that Apple television sets will, indeed, arrive in the next year, most likely in the second or third fiscal quarter of 2012. And now we’re learning that Apple may bring customized channel lineups to this long-awaited but still mythical connected HDTV. On Wednesday, Sterne Agee analyst Shaw Wu shared with investors his belief that Internet-based content subscriptions with customized channel lineups will be unveiled right alongside the [Read More...]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=TU7iCNIumpc While the possibility of an iPhone 5 with an all-new design has been quashed in recent rumors, case makers in China are still confident that Apple will have a surprise up its sleeve come October 4. So confident, in fact, that you’ll be surprised at how many iPhone 5 cases are already available. As you’ll see in the video below, put together by MIC Gadget, iPhone 5 cases are already available in China in a plethora of different colors and designs. One thing that is [Read More...]
Apple, Amazon, Google, and anyone else who has or plans to release a digitil music locker service should kiss U.S. District Court Judge William Pauley lll. In the case EMI against MP3tunes Pauley ruled: If enabling a party to download infringing material was sufficient to create liability, then even search engines like Google or Yahoo! would be without DMCA protection. In that case, the DMCA’s purpose — innovation and growth of internet services — would be [Read More...]
OnLive announced today that it will be bringing its cloud-based gaming service to the iPad in the autumn of 2011. Currently, OnLive has about 100 games to choose from, giving users unlimited gameplay for $9.99 a month. OnLive’s entire library of games will be available to iPad users when it is released. The current version of the OnLive Viewer app for iPad doesn’t support gameplay as of yet. It only gives you a window to watch games [Read More...]