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Parenting 2.0 chore management: No WiFI access ’til you’ve walked the dog

I came across this photo from Onur Cengiz shared by Techcrunch’s Mike Butcher on Facebook this afternoon. So far it’s had almost 500 shares. I think it’s striking a chord with a lot of parents…

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BlackBerry World: Samantha Stephens presents LogMeIn

Momchil here, with a video of Samantha Stephens presenting LogMeIn. LogMeIn is a “remote access company” it allows users to access various connected devices over the internet. It is available on various mobile platforms, as well as PC and Mac. This video includes a brief preview of how LogMeIn enables control over a BlackBerry “As […]

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OrangePartnerCampWatch: Access platinum sponsor, where’s Microsoft

The platinum, chief, head, he who forks over the wonga for this years Orange Partner Camp is Access – the upcoming Linux OS based mobile platform. In previous years its been Microsoft, who have always had a presence here. This time around, 8 years in, they’re notably absent. Whereas before they’ve always been here, in […]

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Access unveils new Palm OS: ALP 3.0

Japan’s Access, the company that purchased PalmSource and Palm OS back in 2005, has today officially announced and unveiled the successor to Palm OS, the Access Linux Platform 3.0 or simply ALP 3.0. This linux based release, which is expected to replace the Garnet OS (renamed from Palm OS), not only supports native Linux and […]

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AT&T brings Qualcomm’s flow to mobiles from May

AT&T has revealed it will be bringing Qualcomm’s MediaFLO mobile TV technology to users’ phones by May. FLO will launch on AT&T’s network this May on two new devices, the LG Vu and the Samsung Access. AT&T said the service will feature two exclusive TV channels, but didn’t give any more information on their content. […]