Cosmic ordering app for iPhone

21 09 2009

During my daily trawl of the technology, lifestyle and fashion pages of the online newspapers, I worringly came across an article in today’s Daily Mail Science and Technology section with the headline “Noel Edmonds launches ‘cosmic ordering’ app for iPhone users to call on the universe for help.”

Surely, no rational person would believe an iPhone app has any kind of spiritual or religious power and even more worringly, the brainbox behind the idea is Noel Edmonds, famed for catapulting Mr Blobby onto UK Television screens, say no more!

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Show time at the App Theatre

23 01 2009

How often have you gone ahead and purchased a game for your iPhone, only to discover it wasn’t what you expected? The only way to avoid this in future, is to be better informed about an application, before you part with your cash – right?

App Theatre

App Theatre

The App Theater is an amateur video sharing website in YouTube style, dedicated to referring and promoting applications and games amongst iPhone and iPod users. A kind of show and tell, where you get to visually test drive before you buy.

Parallel to the increasing number of applications, a community of users and developer groups is steadily growing, with members encouraged to rate and comment on each other’s videos. And with everything available to buy direct via the App Store, you’re guaranteed never to be disappointed again!

The mobile with WOW factor

24 09 2008

There’s no denying the excitement generated by the launch of the new kid on the block – the T-mobile G1 from Google.

It looks and sounds good: aesthetically appealing, LCD touch-sensitive screen, slide-out keyboard, Bluetooth & WiFi connectivity, 3.2 megapixel camera and weighs in at 158 grams but where’s the wow factor in that?

Its actually the Android operating system that is the star attraction providing a platform for state-of-the-art applications including internet browsing, Google mapping software, 3-D graphics interface and open-source content.

Unfortunately, the Android is not yet compatible with Microsoft Exchange which throws open the doors to third party developers. Via Google’s Android Market – a marketplace to support distribution of free / open content, developers will be able to market their applications and content for public download.

As for me, this girl geek is easily impressed and has already sent her Christmas wish list to Santa…