Now that I’ve been living with my iPad 2 for a few weeks I’ve settled on some favorite apps. The first I’ll mention is the Echofon twitter client. I’m using the lite version on all my devices (Mac, iPhone and Continue reading
Last month I decided to get a Mifi/Mobile hotspot device and went with the AT&T Elevate. It’s a 4G LTE device (or at least claims to deliver LTE speed). I’ve played with it for a few weeks and have noticed Continue reading
This is a very cool Arduino-based project. An awesome setup allowing you to remotely control a RC car from an iPad (with video). Check it out! via RC Car + Arduino + iPad on Vimeo.
Very interesting take on Siri. I wonder if this is an intended result or a side effect of adding Siri to iOS. It also makes me think Apple is being very careful about opening up a Siri API in order Continue reading
Or the name of any of your contacts. Typical Apple – Siri is personal so it must be teachable. Teach Siri How to Pronounce Your Name.
Jim Rhoades sussed out a great list of commands Siri recognizes for dictation. Very handy! Kudos to Jim for putting this together and sharing it with us. More Fun With Siri Dictation « Jim Rhoades / Crush Apps.
My faves are the new multitouch gestures and Wifi sync iOS 5 For iPad: 5 Killer Features – – Mobile OS – Informationweek.
Ars Technica has a post up on the new (free) “Find my Friends” app for iOS 5 – and it is very well done as is their norm. And it shows once again how Apple is taking user privacy Continue reading
I immediately expressed privacy concerns about the Kindle Fire’s Silk browser technology. You can read some more on Gigaom (link below). Since the general population seems to ignore privacy concerns (until something bad happens) I rather doubt this will slow Continue reading
Very interesting discussion of how Facebook develops apps for the proliferating mobile platforms. A smart approach. How Facebook Mobile Was Designed to Write Once, Run Everywhere.