Tag Archive: Daily


Google Glass “explorers” have not integrated well into society. There have been bar fights, street fights and subway nightmares thanks to the awkward face computers unleashed by Google, but Sarah Slocum and a group of Glassholes are convinced they’ve been… Read more ›

Plot Twistz fills your daily quota of movies and puns

Here’s a quick, funny, and surprisingly challenging word game for movie buffs. Plot Twistz by Adrenaline Punch Category: iOS Games Works With: iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch Price: Free Plot Twistz presents you with a slightly modified plot to a famous… Read more ›

A lot of apps hope to inspire you to improve yourself and focus by offering you words of wisdom from people whose names you recognize. Like that rather stern one up there, which comes courtesy of Arnold Schwarzenegger. Maybe you’ll… Read more ›

  Vodka is great for fruity drinks and drunken stupors; and beer is what you nurse, alone at the edge of the bar, after you’ve been dumped. Wine, on the other hand, is the ultimate social lubricant. So it makes… Read more ›

UpTo’s original take on the iPhone calendar was fairly unusual. the app allowed you to follow the calendars of friends or organizations, whose events then appeared on your calendar; you could the interact withe the events more or less the… Read more ›     

  Ever wished there was a way to make Pandora (or iTunes Radio) play little snippets of news, tailored to your tastes, just like it does with music? Free app Swell Radio does just that, and does it perfectly. Dive… Read more ›     

  One of the best things about Instapaper now being owned by Betaworks is that the developers spend their time adding new features and services instead of complaining about things on their personal blogs. And today that ethic has paid… Read more ›     

  One of the most phenomenal — and frankly, underrated — aspects of the handheld computing revolution ushered in by the iPhone and its ilk is how much power, in the form of knowledge, has been placed, literally, in people’s… Read more ›     

  Yes, the beatings and bright lights of GTA: San Andreas have finally been squeezed onto iPad and iPhone screens. But that’s not the only good news this week regarding iOS ports of big-name classics. Transport Tycoon, an elegant SimCity-like… Read more ›     

Pinning, posting or tweeting one’s way through a wilderness adventure always seemed a little antithetical to me; isn’t one of the reasons for going out into nature to get away from all this artificial electronic junk anyway? Yes, of course… Read more ›