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Need a way to access those Google Docs outside of the native interface? IDrive Online Backup has unveiled its free software that does just that. IDrive Connect allows folks who fancy the document-sharing platform to access files as if they were resting in a folder on their PC -- in... Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
Here's one way to reduce testicular cancer: make people choose between using a BlackBerry and examining their balls to prevent death. More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/7zcKBFC5aAs/nsfw-take-your-hands-off-your-phone-and-on-your-penis TRIDENT MICROSYSTEMS TRANSACTION SYSTEMS ARCHITECTS TOTAL SYSTEM SERVICES TNS TIBCO SOFTWARE Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
Listen up, road warriors. Searching for travel on your phone just got load easier. Hipmunk this morning announced an update that brings calendar integration to its already excellent search app. That means when you look for flights, the app knows that you've got a lunch in Sandusky, so don't bother... Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
A leaked early version of RIM's upcoming BlackBerry Messenger 6 has been making the rounds since late February, but images of the new app are just now beginning to appear. Over at CrackBerry, the crew has shared a handful of images of BBM 6 in action. Unfortunately, you won't get... Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
Steve Jobs put an end to the Newton project, in part because he hated the concept of using a stylus. The original Palm Pilot was a runaway hit — in Source: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheIphoneBlog/~3/hs1XSCq_tKw/story01.htm AMPHENOL ANIXTER INTERNATIONAL APPLE COMPUTER APPLIED MATERIALS ARIAN SEMICONDUCTOR EQUIPMENT Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
Good news today for Sparrow iOS users. As expected, the company has updated its splendid lil' email app to version 1.1 and loaded it with a few hotly anticipated features. Among some bug fixes, you can now make use of a built-in browser, "Send and Archive" messages, filter specific folders... Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
For those of you hoping the internet would prevent a lifetime of isolation, some bad news: online dating is a lie, according to Smart Scientists. The good news is it still sort of works by accident, and might cause sex! More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/o0MgOLqu_iQ/science-online-dating-is-bullsht NVIDIA NUANCE COMMUNICATIONS NOVELLUS SYSTEMS NOVELL... Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
A recent survey of 5,600 U.S. high school students found an impressive 34% used the iPhone. Another 34% owned a tablet, and of them 70% were using an iPad. 86% intend on buying a smartphone, with 51% opting for iOS, versus 22% of those who are interested in Android. 40%... Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
Kaleidoscope Camera is an iPhone app that will turn your iPhone's camera into a machine that transforms your environment into a geometric work of art. We usually only think of using the iPhone's camera for taking photos and recording video, so it's cool to find another fun use for it.... Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
You know those fridge magnet kits composed of a whole bunch of words? The ones you put all over your fridge door and then try to arrange into all sorts of juvenile and/or amusing sentences. Well, Farragomate is the social, webby version of that very same pastime. You get to... Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
The new iPad 3‘s retina display has caused a real stir amongst those anxiously awaiting the new tablet PC. The Retina display features the best display ever available on a mobile device. Many consider the upgraded display the single biggest selling point when moving from the iPad 2 to the... Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
Kaleidoscope Camera is an iPhone app that will turn your iPhone's camera into a machine that transforms your environment into a geometric work of art. We usually only think of using the iPhone's camera for taking photos and recording video, so it's cool to find another fun use for it.... Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
Speedtest.net is pretty much the go-to site for quickly figuring out how fast (or slow) your connection really is and comparing the numbers your ISP boasts with what it actually delivers. And now it's got a new coat of paint and a couple of neat features. In brief: New UI:... Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
MConcierge rolls out Guest Relationship Management solution for hospitality sector Art Lebedev Studio? Optimus Mini Six Hits Production, Will Land On Desks Later This Year Whiteboard Wall Clock Is Minimal And Practical The Nissan Leaf Review: A Fun And Practical Electric Car For The Masses Review: The HP Palm TouchPad... Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
Google Voice Search has just introduced localizations for Latin America, Indonesia and Malaysia, enabling native language search for hundreds of millions of users. Google's official blog post offers some interesting insights into the process of collecting and analyzing the speech data needed to expand support. Thousands of hours were spent... Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
Waiting for your TiVo to see the upgraded Netflix and YouTube streaming apps we got a peek at during CES a few months ago? How about the ability to access Comcast's video on-demand that we've been waiting for since last year? According to tweets by Vice President of user experience... Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
Here are some stories from the past week on CrunchGear: Weekend Giveaway: Toshiba 47-inch TL515 Series 3D LED TV Starbucks Merges Their Two iOS Apps, Lets You Gift Your Friends Coffee From Your Phone Warn Friends And Foes With These Nine Aperture Science Test Chamber Labels SocialBicycles Bike Sharing Is... Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
Symbian users haven't seen any shortage of love come their way in 2012. Just look to the 808 PureView for proof of that platform's staying power. Now, Nokia's doling out even more good news, dropping the beta tag from its Maps Suite 2.0 and officially rolling out that software to... Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
Research In Motion has released BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, extending its mobile device management platform to the Android and iOS operating systems through the company's Universal Device Service. Mobile Fusion lets IT manage BlackBerry smartphones up to the BlackBerry 7, as well as the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet and mobile devices running... Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
HP is in the Army now. Today, the Palo Alto company announced that it has received a $249 million contract to provide the Department of Defense and other federal agencies with enterprise level cloud computing services. The new initiative will allow the military to consolidate its existing data centers, and... Continue reading
Posted Apr 3, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
A lot happens in Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window, all of it dutifully overseen by a wheelchair-bound photographer from a single spot. But to take in absolutely everything that Jimmy Stewart's character does in the course of the film, you need to see this time lapse, which stitches together an entire... Continue reading
Posted Apr 3, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
Over on the Internet Explorer Blog, Microsoft has posted results from an extensive comparison of the top five Web browsers. The goal: to determine whether Internet Explorer 9, Firefox 4, Chrome 10, Safari 5, or Opera 11 is able to squeeze the most life out of your laptop's battery. A... Continue reading
Posted Apr 3, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
I'm getting fat; that's what you see on the screenshot to the right -- my gradual move from chubby to portly. But never mind the numbers, look at the pretty graph! If you've ever read The Hacker's Diet, this graph should be instantly recognizable. Each point shows the weight for... Continue reading
Posted Apr 3, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
It has emerged that the underlying cause of RSA's SecurID gaffe was the recently-reported zero-day vulnerability found in Adobe's Flash Player. The exploit, which used specially-crafted Flash embedding in Excel spreadsheets, was first reported on March 15 and has since been fixed. RSA was hacked sometime in the first half... Continue reading
Posted Apr 3, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog
Here's a new spin on one of Apple's old marketing campaigns: if you don't have an iPhone, you can't rescue a baby from the bottom of a well. More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/nlQ5btTMou4/how-the-iphone-saved-a-child-from-the-bottom-of-a-well SANDISK SALESFORCE COM SAIC ROCKWELL AUTOMATION RF MICRO DEVICES Continue reading
Posted Apr 3, 2012 at Gregg Kelley's blog