Articles Tagged “app”

  • Dissed: Pre pared from Apple iTunes

    If you have a bricks and mortar store chances are you want as many shoppers as possible buying your products, reducing your inventory, enabling you to be more profitable. That used to be conventional thinking…

  • Are apps the future of content?

    The equation is simple. The average person probably doesn’t think twice before spending 99 cents on an app. Such a small sum. Not even a whole dollar. With fuel prices, groceries and other merchandise all…

  • Genius idea: Craftsy is community ed on the web

    People who are into crafts may be Craftsy. Sure there is a market for Stanford University’s Artificial Intelligence class or MIT’s computer programming classes on the Web. But there is also a sizeable and growing…

  • Behind the apps scene

    Like skateboarders to an empty swimming pool, developers have flocked to Apple’s App Store en masse. By now, less than a year after opening day, there are over 35,000 apps and counting as fast as we can. Downloads are close to a billion, and just yesterday Apple posted earnings beyond expectations. But news of the Shaken Baby app gone awry is just the tip of the behind the scenes iceberg – is there an app for that?

  • Beyond the iPod camera news

    So the big event has come and gone. Super geekman Steve Jobs reappeared to announce that the humble iPod nano is getting a digital video camera. And really, next to the iPhone and iPod Touch…

  • Obama orders agencies to shift services to mobile apps

    Obama orders agencies to shift services to mobile apps. Article brought to you by AppNRG … WASHINGTON | Wed May 23, 2012 11:54am EDT May 23 (Reuters) – President Barack Obama, hoping to spur U.S. innovation in…

  • Hooked on a free app

    Lately, we’ve found more than a few around us to be hopelessly hooked on Word Warp. The iPhone app is a time-chomper with great big jaws that easily consume several hours in the seeming blink…

  • Bamboo App, Like Paper but Digital

    The people at Wacom have scaled new peaks in their quest to “create harmony between people and technology.” Where once digital was digital and analog was analog, the “twain” have now met in a sleek…

  • New ideas come from old

    For anyone who wondered how long it would be before app developers started bridging the worlds of the iPhone with the iPad, wonder no more. There’s an app… Remote Palette, developed by Dare Digital, an…

  • New App Will Double Your Reading Speed

    New iPad app claims to increase your reading speed by 30% to 300%. The app, developed by Latvian programmers, works by presenting only a few words of text at a time so that you can…