Posts by tag: iphone

Awesome April 13, 2012 posted by

The amazing AfterFocus gives your smartphone gorgeous camera skills [Daily Freeware]

The smartphone camera has come a long long way since the launch of the Nokia 7650 in 2002, which is generally thought to be the first mass market camera phone in the world. Back in those days everyone was astonished at the quality of the photos the phone took, even if actually they were really rather awful. It was a PHONE for goodness sake! [Nokia 7650 image –  Wikimedia]

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Bookmark This! April 12, 2012 posted by

How Many lets you instantly calculate the true cost of the gadget you’re buying [Daily Freeware]

Here’s the problem. Money. It’s become far too abstract. Not only is it usually dispensed via bits of colored plastic, or transferred from place to place in digital bits and byte, but we have lost sight of the true value of the things we buy. Rather like our governments, we’re divorced from the reality of our spendthrift ways. Well no more.

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Bookmark This! April 6, 2012 posted by

World’s first Rate A Politician app may be the democratic answer we’ve been waiting for

Ask a lot of people around the Western world and they’ll tell you loud and long, just how much they dislike politicians, politics and the unhealthy direction the corporate state is moving in. The trouble is that most people feel powerless to change things, and even when there’s a chance to vote, it doesn’t seem to make a difference at all.

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cool tech March 27, 2012 posted by

Medisana Thermodock turns your smartphone into the world’s most expensive thermometer

We’re really only just at the beginning of the smartphone revolution, mostly because we haven’t really grasped the implications of having a full blown and extremely powerful computer in our pocket that pretends to be a phone. Once the performance and application tools start to really mature, we’re going to see a real revolution –  and I don’t use that word lightly –  in smartphone functionality and value.

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Bookmark This! March 27, 2012 posted by

Twoppy lets you create your own mobile phone tour guide in a flash

There’s no doubt that smartphones are a perfect tourist tool, just think of the things you can use them for. You can use one to navigate around a strange town (as long as you’re happy paying the roaming data fees for your GPS app), take photos of interesting monuments, even check on currency rates while out shopping. Brilliant, and that’s just the obvious ones. One other very cool use is as a mobile brochure for activities you may enjoy.

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Bookmark This! March 23, 2012 posted by

Brass Monkey is like a cloud based Nintendo Wii on your smartphone [Daily Freeware]

The Internet is changing everything, and especially in the world of entertainment. Nowadays you can watch television, listen to music, watch movies and play games using the ubiquitous network connection we call the Web. It’s astonishing how fast it’s advanced in just a few years. All of which means it’s great to see innovative new applications hit the scene, especially ones which really make a bold move into uncharted territory.

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