26 July 2010

Three essential iPhone ‘Tool’ apps I like.

Mobile apps on smart phones have come a long way since they were made widely available after the launch of the iPhone in the middle of 2007. At the beginning of 2010, it was reported that there were over 100,000 iPhone apps available for download. Below lists three useful iPhone productivity apps that I like: 1. Dragon Dictation: this is …

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6 July 2010

IPhone 4: Likes and dislikes

As you may have heard by now, Apple has launched their latest iPhone incarnation. Launched a couple of weeks ago as iPhone 4G, it has quickly become known as iPhone 4. The 4G element denotes 4th generation and not 4G Network as a lot of people initially believed. Note it doesn’t have 4G capabilities. Things I like: 1. More powerful: …

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26 May 2010

Google fuels battle with Apple with new product launches

Google has always been known for acquiring small start ups and integrating them into the bigger Google picture and further extending the giant reach that the company already enjoys. Google has, for a while, been a lot more than a search engine. It has become a company known for being multi-dimensional and has moved into broad areas trying to capitalise …

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23 March 2010

Twenty iPhone applications we really love

As a recent convert to the world of iPhone loveliness, I have found myself spending a lot of time reviewing and playing with iPhone applications. Being a bit of a social media nerd, I’m doubly intrigued by how people are using the iPhone’s capabilities to facilitate interactions – after all, an iPhone app is all fine and dandy, but if …

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8 October 2009

Trusting your life to digital – am I paranoid?

As a general rule, I’m a big fan of change – especially online. I like to think that I’m a reasonably ‘early adopter’ – I’m not obsessive about it, but I am (for instance) a little jealous that I haven’t got a Google Wave invite yet. I like to know what the interesting new sites and services people are using …

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