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FBI releases Child ID app

Aug 8, 2011
The FBI has released its first ever app. Child ID allows parents to store their child's picture and vital information on the phone so they can...
Posted In: apps, FBI, iPhone

The seemingly-inevitable-end of unlimited data plans draws nearer

Aug 1, 2011
AT&T will begin throttlingthe top 5 percent of data users on its unlimited data plans in October. The change applies to users who were...
Posted In: AT&T, data, iPhone, mobile, throttle

G+ on the iPhone

Jul 20, 2011
Google+ is now available as an app on the iPhone. It had already been around for Android but it's a little surprising that Apple and Google got it...
Posted In: android, apps, Facebook, Google, google+, iPhone, social networking, Twitter

One-third of iPhone owners think they're on a 4G network

Jul 13, 2011
They're not. Poor dears are confused. According to a new survey by Retrevo, 34% of iPhone owners think that they're on a 4G network. It's likely...
Posted In: 4G, Blackberry, iPhone

Double iPhones all the way, what does it mean?

Jun 28, 2011
It's pretty well understood by this point that Apple will announce a new version of the iPhone in September. It will be called the iPhone 5,...
Posted In: El Cinco, iPhone, iphone 5

Go grab your Google Goggles, get to the Getty

Jun 28, 2011
The Getty Museum in Los Angeles is now Android enabled. You can take a picture of a painting in the permanent collection from the free Google...
Posted In: android, art, Google, iPhone

New El Cinco detailrumors

Jun 22, 2011
Maybe we should start calling them detmors. Detailed rumors. Rutails? Bloomberg is sharing possible information about the iPhone 5 (we call it El...
Posted In: apple, El Cinco, iPad, iPhone, iphone 5, rumors

Financial Times circumvents Apple app store to launch app

Jun 8, 2011
Well, this will be fun to watch play out. The oddly colored newspaper Financial times has launched a new app that works on the iPad but doesn't...
Posted In: android, apple, apps, Blackberry, Google, iPad, iPhone, playbook

Army tests out consumer-grade smartphones for combat

Jun 3, 2011
The Wall Street Journal reports that starting Monday, the Army start testing on the battlefield the same iPhones and Android phones you buy off the...
Posted In: android, apps, Army, augmented reality, iPhone, military, smartphones

ONE app gives you one-stop activism

Jun 2, 2011
ONE is a new app from Radical Media and the Bono backed organization ONE. It's designed to be a resource for civic activism, at least in support of...
Posted In: apps, bono, iPhone

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