05/26/2011, Moodagent is a popular music mobile application that allows users to select and play music according to their mood on various mobile phones. The iPhone application was launched in September 2009 and has been downloaded over one million times. The Android version was released in July 2010, the app is also available for Nokia devices where I counts 4 million users. A Windows desktop version has been recently launched and […]
11/10/2010, Facebook Places was announced to the world with just iOS support, taking their own sweet time to make their way to other mobile operating systems. Well, BlackBerry owners will be pleased to know that this geo-location feature in Facebook can now be used on their smartphones, as the Facebook application for BlackBerry has been updated with relevant new features thrown into the mix. Among the other perks include the ability […]
12/11/2009, GM aims to turn the Chevy Volt into one high-tech vehicle, and they’ve done a pretty good job so far with its ability to programme charging from the dash in order to take advantage of lower utility rates. Apart from that, GM also aims to develop smartphone applications that will allow one to control and interact with the Volt, as shown above. So far the BlackBerry and iPod are devices […]
11/10/2009, Love hanging out on eBay every waking moment, but can’t do so because you just do not have the chance to sit in front of your computer all day long? The eBay Mobile app for BlackBerry will be out by the end of November, so hopefully the developers won’t renege on their word. Upon logging in, the ‘My eBay’ screen will give you access to items that you are currently […]
07/21/2009, 2D barcodes (also known as QR Code in Japan) are barcodes that can store a relatively large quantity of text (4096 characters or so). They can be used for anything: business cards, web URLs and so on… the video in the full post shows that the BlackBerry Messenger 5.0 can read some contact information from a 2D barcode. QR code was invented in 1994.
05/19/2009, Buzzd is an online location-based city guide combined with a social network, and today its free downloadable application is available on BlackBerry App World. buzzd.com unveils its revamped desktop website, the design is touted to be reminiscent of Miami Vice, well, I am not sure about that but I like the look and feel. Using content from various providers such as CitySearch, Flavorpill, Time Out, MyOpenBar, last.fm, Clubvibes, Upcoming.org and […]
05/05/2009, Gwabbit desktop launched at DEMO 09 where it won a DEMOgod award. I use the Gwabbit add-on for Outlook daily, I just have to select the name with contact info in an email signature and click the Gwabbit button: it generates automatically a new contact card with the info stored in the right fields, it saves me so much time! Yesterday the BlackBerry version was launched, the CEO, Todd Miller, […]