Well there is yet another launcher and lockscreen app out on the Playstore, Start. Developed by Celltick this launcher and lockscreen app takes your phone to another level. Check out the video and press release below.
I recently received a TYLT Syncable Charge & Sync cable in the mail, and felt the need to share my review of this device. I’ve … Read more…
VOXX Accessories Corporation released their SoundFlow Soundboard today. The SoundFlow Soundboard instantly lets consumers enjoy smartphone audio in a big way, requiring no wires, no pairing … Read more…
thingCHARGER has announced the launch of its new charging solution for smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. This device is the first universal wire-less wall charging unit and lets you charge one or multiple things at once, from any standard outlet, free of messy charging wires.
Some rather interesting news over the weekend, Canon, Samsung, HP and Xerox have formed the Mopria Alliance a global non-profit membership organization formed to promote, simplify and increase accessibility of wireless printing from smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. Canon’s press release said the following about this alliance.
So how cool would it be to able to capture the things around you in 3D, all from your mobile device? The makers of the Structure Sensor (Occipital) claim their device can not only scan things in 3D, but it will allow you to “play augmented reality games, develop mobile applications and capture models of rooms.” Here’s just a little more of what the folks at Occipital had to say.
A few days ago I brought you just a few reasons why you should consider Android as your next mobile platform. Today I will give you some reasons why iOS could be your choice in mobile. As I did in my Android article, I am going to focus on the good points of iOS and the iPhone. There are plenty of resources on the internet that will give you their reasons not to adopt iOS (I have my own as well), but for this article, I am focusing on why you should consider iOS.