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TAS Fires

This application is designed to provide up to date information about bush fire data in Tasmania, Australia for iPhone, iPad and iPod...

January 16, 2014 By P4G

Top 11 essential Android apps

I am currently own the Galaxy Tab and the HTC EVO 4G, and happily so. I test a lot of other devices and that has led me to realize there are 11 essential Android apps I install on every device I use.

April 4, 2011 by


myTouchTunes Mobile allows users to play music on any enabled TouchTunes Digital Jukebox using their mobile device.With myTouchTunes...

November 24, 2011 By Touchtunes Interactive Networks

CES: Dell unveils new Streak, hints at 10-inch version for businesses coming soon

Dell today unveiled a 7-inch version of its Streak Tablet, a nice piece of hardware that utilizes 4G technology - well, T-Mobile's version of 4G technology. The device, as expected, touts some of the must-haves that all of the players in the tablet space are touting these days: strong processors, widgets and apps, gaming capabilities, rear- and front-facing cameras for video chatting, as well as social networking apps and widgets.

January 6, 2011 by


MelbWinds is from the stable of the popular applications Bay Winds and Bay Winds Heavy.It is designed to provide up to the minute information...

October 29, 2011 By P4G

Verizon Wireless announces 4G wireless future and openness makes much more sense now

It looks like Verizon Wireless was very quick to answer my question the other day about what the big deal was with allowing any device, any apps. I just read on jkOnTheRun that Verizon announced their 4G network will be with LTE. This means that CDMA has an ending at Verizon in the future and now opening up their network to any device has a much broader impact as GSM technologies are available worldwide with a much larger choice available for devices. IMHO, this announcement and their previous announcement will have a HUGE impact on the wireless carrier strategies in the United States and should be good for the consumer.

November 29, 2007 by

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