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LoKast: Share your media with anyone quickly & simply

I’ve been playing with LoKast for a few days and it’s raised some rather exciting possibilities. The application turns your iPhone into a two-way media server, enabling you to rapidly share any of your media (photos, video, contacts, music) to anyone else using the app on the same WiFi or Bluetooth connection. My first reaction […]

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The iPad is nothing but an oversized iPhone–now where does the line form to buy one?

Yes, it has a cringe-worthy name. Yes it’s a closed development environment. Yes it’s $500 I don’t NEED to spend. Yes it is highly derivative of the iPhone. Yes it has a huge bezel. Yes it’s on AT&T’s shameful excuse for a network. And yes, I want–nay–must have one. I will now address each potential […]

Zit Picker – Possibly the Most Disgusting App for the iPhone

If you thought that the countless fart apps available in the App Store were disgusting, I’d advice you to stay away from Zit Picker. This app not only plays with with the audio, but the app’s visuals will make you cringe in your seats. This one’s so crazy, my 6-year-old niece ran off the moment […]

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The 45 year old iPhone lady watching Prison Break on the train

I’m standing on the Vomit Comet from London Liverpool Street to Southend Victoria. This train leaves at 2315 and is usually one of the first to attract the drunken dregs of Essex. And the odd sane and sober individual hiding from cold, hard reality with a pair of headphones and an ability to avoid projectile […]

iPhone App Review – Zippo and iPint

Michael Selvidge is back giving us some more iPhone App reviews, two that are great, and one…not so much. — So everyone, including Barack Obama, knows that the slickest way to market your product (or candidate) is with a native app for the slickest phone ever, the iPhone. As traditional forms of advertising like TV, […]

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Earthscape for iPhone goes Free for a Limited Time

I’m sure you’ll agree with me over the fact that Google Earth is a remarkable software. The ability to virtually find and browse to any point on the earth has been implemented exceptionally well. However, being an iPhone user, I particularly miss Google Earth on the phone, more so for the sheer simplicity that the […]

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Qik from your HTC phone; or the XPERIA X1 if you have one

The awesome folks at Qik, the free service that lets you stream live video from your mobile phone, have just announced on their blog that the service now supports newer HTC phones. The developers, in the US and Russia, have been hard at work while sipping on some expresso, as the new release adds support […]

iPhone App Review – Evernote

Jim Wild wrote in with his review of the iPhone App – Evernote. – – – – – As someone who’s mind tends to constantly overflow with questions, ideas and useless facts of information, I’m often trying to find creative new ways of leaving myself notes. Odd text messages, cryptic emails and post-it notes stuck […]

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iPhone App Review – Tris

We’ve enlisted help in the form of Michael to give us a hand reviewing as many of the iPhone apps out there as possible. Here’s the first one he’s got his hands on. — App: Tris Price: Free Type: Game I have been a fan of Tetris ever since I got my first GameBoy in […]