Posts by Category: Mobile Tech

Stuff for mobile devices

Free Software February 18, 2005 posted by

POP Pager.

POP Pager. Forward email to your cellphone. Free. Do note that this is a .nu address (and I’m not 100% happy with .nu domains for obvious reasons). So caveat emptor, eh?  With this easy to configure mail-to-SMS/paging gateway you can get mail on your cellphone (as SMS message) POPPager is a FREE (for 1 user) application that runs on Win9x or NT 4 and that will monitor a POP3 mailbox. When mail gets sent to the mailbox POP Pager will send…

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ferret exclusive February 16, 2005 posted by

Love Lewisham.

Love Lewisham? Hate Graffiti? Government sponsored mobile phone vigilantes. Charles Bronson. Grave. Spinning.    Imaging the following scenario. As you are walking down your street, you notice some graffiti that you’d like removed. You have already registered and downloaded the free application to your mobile phone. So what can you do? Take a picture of the offending graffiti, enter some details and send it to us. It’s simple! We review all images sent to us a decide what to do….

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Gadgets February 9, 2005 posted by

Dock n’Talk.

The Phone Labs Dock-N-Talk. Multifunctionize your mobile phone. Supports over 400 handsets, and you can even add a Bluetooth module. Oh so super neato.  The patent-pending Dock-N-Talk allows you to dock your cell phone and use your normal corded or cordless phones to make and receive your cell phone calls. Effectively turns your wireless service into “wired” service while docked. The Dock-N-Talk can be used in your home, office, dorm room, weekend home, boat, RV or any other location where…

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huh..? February 9, 2005 posted by

Poxidating? The world’s first ever Bluetooth proximity dating software? The Ferret is feeling kind of dizzy at the moment…be right back.   Maybe your dream date is but a few metres away… Proxidating is a totally new way for single people to meet up instantly. All you need to do is install Proxidating on your mobile phone, create your profile, enable Bluetooth and wait for your dream date to appear… Whenever you come within about 15m of a person with…

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Mobile Tech February 7, 2005 posted by

My Nuggets.

My Nuggets. Apparently we all have a yen to ask questions while out and about? Or maybe it’s about looking clever when you’re not. Whatever. It’s free, so why not use it and see?   Did you ever have the answer to a question on the tip of your tongue and nobody around you knew either? Now you can ask your mobile phone. Simply send an SMS containing the word ASK followed by your question to Nuggets and get back results…

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Mobile Tech January 31, 2005 posted by


MobiClient. US only at the moment though.  Send FREE Personalized SMS Text messages to anyone in the United States…There are no hidden costs or charges. (your cell phone providers sms charges may apply) No memberships to sign up for, just install Mobiclient, create a username and password, create your contacts and you are ready to start sending your SMS messages.

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ferret exclusive January 27, 2005 posted by

Operation BlueSleuth.

Operation BlueSleuth. Got Bluetooth phone? Wanna play?, the Online Reality Game that pits you against your real-life friends, has launched Operation: BlueSleuth. This mission, designed for you and two other agents also equipped with Bluetooth devices, consists of carrying out covert operations in a suburban environment. Objectives include successfully transferring a passcode between two agents and transmitting the details of a false identity to a fellow agent. During this mission, a counter-spy will be deployed to attempt to sabotage…

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Mobile Tech January 25, 2005 posted by

Tethered cell.

The Motorola S3027A Cellular Connection Interface. $169.00. Connect your landline phone up to the cellular network via your Motorola handset and this little adapter doohickey. Why? Well…er…  Gives your standard landline phone, or other device (i.e.; fax machine or credit card machine) a connection to the cellular network by providing a socket with a dial tone. The Cellular Connection Interface Kit (only available in the United States) includes a standard RJ-11 outlet for connection of your telephony device. Its small,…

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Mobile Tech December 24, 2004 posted by


Abidia. Run your eBay addiction from your mobile phone handset. $29.99.  Experience the freedom from eBay that only your wireless phone can provide. Combine the power of eBay with the mobility of a wireless device. Free yourself from the home or office and use eBay on the road, in a meeting, or simply from the comfort of your couch, anywhere your busy life takes you. Sellers and buyers alike will enjoy the ability to search, browse, bid, and monitor active…

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Mobile Tech December 24, 2004 posted by

Travel mate.

TravelMate. A nice set of useful utilities for your peripatetic mobile phone. And a bargin at only $1.99.  With international dialing codes, units converter, packing list, clothing measurements, tip calculator and bill splitter and more, it”s the absolute toolkit for the modern traveller and will assist in planning and managing your travel.

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Mobile Tech December 23, 2004 posted by

Love calculator.

The Love Calculator. Your mobile phone thinks that your other half smells. Or something. Whatever you do, don’t use this on your anniversary, eh? Just in case. $2.00.  This small application calculates whether the two given names match each other. Test with people you know and see if it’s accurate! *warning* This is only for fun, don’t make any drastic moves if you get a bad result! :-)

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Mobile Tech December 22, 2004 posted by

Top tip.

MTipCalc. Turn your mobile phone into a tip calculator for those awkward moments in the local pizzeria. $3.00.  mTipCalc is a handy calculator when out on the town. It calculates your restaurant bill’s tip at 15% and 20%. It can even split the bill and show you each person’s share (Note: Share amount is scrolled off-screen in screen shot.) If you put in the tax rate, mTipCalc, automatically calculates the tax and subtracts it from the tip amount.

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Mobile Tech December 21, 2004 posted by

Dress n’ impress?

Men’s Only. $1.99. Guys, turn your mobile phone into a fashion adviser and impress the ladies no end. Honest! Priceless.  Men’s Only is your personal fashion advisor that will make sure you are always in the right outfit. With a little bit of help from the Do’s and Don’ts lists, you will create the perfect wardrobe. From ball games to clubbing, from business dinner to workout sessions, from the beach to school, Men’s Only has it all. Also, if you…

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Mobile Tech December 21, 2004 posted by


Emocolor. Turn your mobile handset into a psychiatric counsellor. Now, vy don’t you tell uz about your muzzer..? $5.25.  Emocolor is easy self-help color therapy application. It can improve and balance your emotional state…Specific colors and combinations can psychologically effect the majority of people regardless of their culture or past. However, sometimes this depends on nationality, past experiences and personal preference…Cautions: 1) Never use color therapy instead of conventional care for serious ailments

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