Tag Archives: cellphones

Google Latitude Replacing Dodgeball?

The oft-troubled Dodgeball service is on its way out at Google but that won’t keep the company from innovating new products. Case in point: Latitude. Google Latitude is a new location-based social networking experience. You install a widget to your iGoogle page if you’re on a computer and mobile users can directly access the Latitude website. Users can see other ...

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Quick Review: SmartRSS 2 For The iPhone/iPod Touch

I was asked by the developers of SmartRSS 2 to play around with it before its release on the iTunes App Store. The software, released by Visuamobile, is one of the best RSS readers I’ve used period, let alone for an iPhone. It’s very quick and although it lags up at times, this is expected when you’re grabbing hundreds of ...

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Solve A Rubix Cube With Your iPhone

The iPhone never ceases to amaze. This time around, Apple’s wondertoy is busy solving a Rubik’s Cube as seen in the above video. You simply take a picture of your unsolved cube, the software, CubeCheater, analyzes the colors and then gives you step-by-step solutions on how to solve the cube. Quite amazing that you can just whip out a cellphone, ...

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Emoji: Turn Your iPhone Up To 11

Yesterday, around 9:50am, I received a text message on my iPhone 3G. I opened it up and lo and behold, what do I see? A fish, a soccer ball and a traffic light. What the fuck could this be? After asking my friend how he sent images like that via SMS, he soon explained to me that these were Emoji, ...

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Apple Locks In Multi-Touch Patent

Palm and other smartphone manufacturers are super-fucked right now. “Why?” you ask? It’s quite simple, really. See, Steve Jobs and his crew at Apple designed and invented multi-touch gesturing on a device. Don’t believe me? Might want to check out United States Patent Number 7,479,949, which states: “Touch screen device, method, and graphical user interface for determining commands by applying ...

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Fan Mail: DIY Pencil iPhone Stand

Here’s a neat iPhone stand made out of pencils and rubber bands. It resembles the old Appleworks icon a bit, don’t you think? It was made by Gearfuse reader Roland Hutchinson who decided he’d rather be watching videos at work then actually working. Nice work, mate. Link

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T-Mobile Android G2 Spy Shots

According to Gizmodo, these are some spy shots of the upcoming T-Mobile G2, the sequel to the much-liked G1 Google phone. This time around, we see a very-welcome 3.2-megapixel camera and no keyboard. This leads us to assume that the G2 will feature a digital keyboard much like the iPhone. The device doesn’t look half-bad either. I’d say let’s give ...

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The North Face E-Tip Texting Glove

The North Face, fine maker of all things winter-esque, has released a set of gloves called the E-Tip. Aside from being extremely warm and skin-tight, the fingertips are made from some special material that’s woven with silicon, silver and some other crazy stuff that lets you use the iPhone or T-Mobile G1 without having to remove the gloves. Some might ...

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