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Tweetbot is the only Twitter client you will ever need. On top of its incredibly attractive user interface, Tweetbot has an equally tremendous assortment of features. The app boasts multiple timelines, smart gestures, and native push notifications that make the user experience a quality one. Besides your timeline, mentions, and [...]Read More »
Snapseed is a full-featured photo editing client for your iDevice. You are able to use Auto Correct to adjust your photos with a single tap, tweak your photo with Tune Image, and or enhance areas/objects in your photos with Selective Adjust. Snapseed also provides a bunch of innovative filters (i.e. [...]Read More »
Bookworm is one of the classic word puzzle games on the App Market. Much like other apps its genre, the goal of the game is make words by swiping over consecutive adjacent letter tiles. The bigger the word and rarer the letter, the more points you will earn from your [...]Read More »
iPad Mini, a 7-ish inch iPad priced between US$200-$300, has been one of the hottest gossips in the tech world for 2012. Many rumors have surfed over the past 8-9 months, rumors that not only speculate the specifications and price of the iPad Mini but also the release date. Up [...]Read More »
Research in Motion insists on keeping BlackBerry OS on BlackBerry devices. This is understandable seeing as that is how they have always operated and they see Apple dominating with a similar model. However, ever wonder what a BlackBerry would look like if RIM decided to jump ship to Android or [...]Read More »
Ever run across those people who rag on you for doing something then they turn around and do the same damn thing they just told you not to do? Yeah, haven’t we all. Now let’s look at the same question but for Facebook. Ever run across Facebook hypocrites who tell [...]Read More »
Samsung Galaxy S3, the current flagship model of the Samsung Galaxy series phones, is proving to be a tough competitor for its market counterparts. Rooting your phone lets you enjoy the full power of this device. This guide will help you to install ClockworkMod recovery and root the Sprint and [...]Read More »
Samsung’s forthcoming injunction (ban on products) will hurt more than the $1 billion fine [Apple vs Samsung, Opinion]
Yesterday Samsung lost in court against Apple. As a result, Samsung was ordered to pay US$1,049,393,540 to Apple. Some people may feel the roughly $1.05 billion fine is Samsung’s punishment for ‘copying’ Apple, and it is true — the fine, which is no small sum, is Samsung’s punishment. However, it [...]Read More »
Much like games on other platforms, Windows 8-native games are beginning to evolve into small little ways to pass time while you’re on your device. Untangle is one of those, and it’s one of the better ones. How quickly can you untangle the dots?
Untangle is an incredibly simple concept. [...]Read More »
If I were to ask you what exactly “The Cloud” was, what would you say? Most people would sit and stare blankly, but most dotTechies wouldn’t. Would you expound upon the benefits of a thousand identical computers all containing redundant copies of your data scattered safely throughout the globe, or [...]Read More »
Is your mouse cursor bothering you? On many operating systems, your mouse cursor will automatically hide itself after it’s been untouched for a few seconds. This is especially great for people who watch a lot of videos on their computer, but for some reason Windows doesn’t have the option to [...]Read More »
Get inside! A major hail storm is about to begin!
The free Weather Alarm app warns you in advance of storms so you can be prepared. It works in a way not many weather apps do: instead of relying on 3rd party alert feeds, Weather Alarm works by processing radar [...]Read More »
Timelapse videography is amazing. For those that don’t know, timelapse videos are videos in which you see a much accelerated version of time: the clouds roll by quickly, and the sun arcs across the sky in minutes. Unfortunately, capturing timelapse videos on your phone has long been impossible, as in [...]Read More »
Though taking a timelapse over a few hours with an app like Lapse It might be interesting, what’s more touching is a timelapse that takes place over a longer period of time. You can keep track of your baby’s growth, or just watch yourself change over time. PhotoChron is a [...]Read More »
Timegg is a time management app. It provides the ability to set alarms, timers, and reminders for any event. The app provides the ability to set up alerts any time you need in advance, as well as provides a unique set of tunes to alert you.
Timegg is a brand [...]Read More »
MySQL Mobile Database Client is an excellent resource to search, browse, and update your MySQL databases. Currently compatible with MySQL versions 3-5, this app allows you to directly connect to an unlimited number of databases. The app shows you all of your database entries in a simple chart and allows [...]Read More »
Movie Clock is a great way to keep track of your favorite movies, both in the theater and coming soon (up to Summer 2014). You can set an alert for any movie to remind you when it will released into theaters, as well as find showtimes for movies that are [...]Read More »
Hulu is an extremely popular website that allows people in the United States (sorry everyone outside the States) to legally watch movies and TV shows. One of the things I have always liked about Hulu over Netflix, a Hulu competitor, is its interface. While Hulu’s design was never extremely flashy [...]Read More »
Windows Phone is looking gooooood right now.
The above quote is from Bill Cox, the Senior Director of Marketing Communications for the Windows Phone Division at Microsoft, and it just about amplifies what Android manufacturers should be feeling right now.
Despite Microsoft’s gutsy attempt at offering a differentiated iPhone and [...]Read More »
Appeal aside, Apple has effectively defeated the largest Android manufacturer — and coincidentally Apple’s biggest competitor — in the United States. There are the obvious upfront consequences of this loss, such as Samsung paying Apple a handsome sum of a little more than $1 billion and potential injunctions against guilty [...]Read More »
Samsung feels verdict is “a loss for the American consumer” while Apple applauds the message “that stealing isn’t right” [Apple vs Samsung]
Sometimes after a big, public embarrassment corporations keep mum about their feelings. (Yes, corporations have feelings too, ya’ know.) Not Apple and Samsung. Apple and Samsung have both issued public statements after today’s Apple v Samsung verdict was read. The following is what they had to say.
As expected, Apple [...]Read More »
There are many apps in the Apple App Store that drop their prices to free everyday. Finding only the best to download is the hard part. I searched through the many freebies and picked out the best apps for you to download. Hand picked and free for a limited time, [...]Read More »
Samsung must pay Apple more than $1 billion, is found guilty of infringing on Apple patents in USA [Apple vs Samsung]
Apple sued Samsung in the United States for violating a variety of utility patents, design patents, and trade dress(es). The court room battle, which was presided over by Judge Lucy Haeran Koh in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California, saw many allegations flung back and [...]Read More »
There are few programs more simple than SnapTimer. Its very idea is to be usable in a snap: it can accomplish anything with just three or four taps. Along with its extremely simple idea, it’s also surprisingly customizable. If you’re looking for a no-frills timer app, SnapTimer is definitely worth [...]Read More »
There are dozens if not hundreds of free image editing programs for Windows, and all but a few are created by and for their developers for one of a few specific tasks. They wind up weird and one-off, and are generally useless to the outside world. ImageMagick is different.
ImageMagick [...]Read More »
Never Late is a timer, alarm, and clock all rolled up into a beautiful Windows 8 interface [Windows 8]
If you took a look at SnapTimer and became instantly interested, but felt that it’d be nicer as a Windows 8 app, look no further than Never Late. Much more of a complete program than SnapTimer, Never Late is a clock/alarm/timer combo app that wins the battles of looks.
Never [...]Read More »
Nexus Revamped Live Wallpaper brings a customizable version of the much-loved Nexus One wallpaper [Android]
The Nexus One was a revolutionary device. Not only did it feature an ultra-fast 1GHz processor and a revolutionary 512MB of RAM, it also came with one of the biggest technological achievements of this decade: the Nexus wallpaper. This live wallpaper was the epitome of live wallpapers: it oozed grace [...]Read More »
Are you looking a unique way to browse Reddit? If you aren’t,
skip to the next one you just might find Focuser interesting anyway. Focuser is an app that focuses not on large lists of content, but instead on splitting content into a treemap style.
Focuser is simple to use. [...]Read More »
Are you a master hacker intent of securing your WiFi connection, or simply an better-than-average computer user trying to make their network secure? Either way, there are dozens of ways to secure your network that can be easily overlooked. WiFinspect is a great-looking WiFi auditing tool to ensure the proper [...]Read More »
GasBuddy is an excellent way to find gas on the cheap. The app provides the closest gas stations to your current location, as well as their location (on a map if you choose) and the current price of gas. GasBuddy also provides a point system for reporting gas prices, as [...]Read More »
Good Reader provides the ability to view/read just about anything on your iDevice. The app is best known for its superior PDF handling, but you can also read/view books, movies, maps, pictures, other documents, and much more. Many apps in the same genre have trouble reading larger PDF and TXT [...]Read More »
Poker Fury2 is a matching game for users who enjoy poker. The goal of the game is to attempt to create as many poker hands as possible, with more points rewarded for the more difficult to find poker hands. Poker Fury2 only allows you to make one swap of adjacent [...]Read More »
Being told by Google to watch child porn, body mutilations, and beheading videos is potentially the worst job in the world
With the rise of the social Internet comes the rise of questionable content. Much of this questionable content must be removed by companies once it is posted by users, some due to government mandates (e.g. child pornography) while others due to their gruesome nature (e.g. body mutilations). Before someone can [...]Read More »
Earlier this month all the hoopla was about Curiosity, a rover NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory sent to Mars. Although it boggles my mind how it did it, the Mars Descent Imager camera (known as MARDI) on Curiosity was able to shoot photos of Mars as Curiosity landed. As is typical [...]Read More »
Quick, is the above image of an Apple Store? If you said “yes”, I don’t blame you because you aren’t the only one feeling that way. As it turns out, the above image is not of an Apple Store but rather of a “Samsung Experience” store (aka a Samsung store) [...]Read More »