DYMO CardScan Review

DYMO is known as the business card scanning company. Their CardScan App for the iPhone brings this capability to the iPhone, at least for those in the United States. I put the product through its paces on some real and sample business cards, and overall was very pleased with the results. … [visit site to […]

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DYMO CardScan Review originally appeared on The Gadgeteer on September 2, 2010 at 8:43 pm.

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First Look: Official Twitter App for iPad Feels Smooth as Butter

The official Twitter app for iPad is finally here, and star developer Loren Brichter has polished yet another gem. Twitter for iPad sports a really elegant interface that’s significantly faster and more intuitive than competing Twitter clients we’ve tested (such as Twitterific and Tweetdeck).
Formerly called Tweetie, Brichter’s popular iPhone app impressed the big wigs at […]

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Let’s Talk Adventure! [Adventure]

Writing an eBay description of a beloved car is like writing an obituary for a friend that’s still alive. Flaws and strengths. Have to be honest. But then you have to go out to the garage and crawl inside them. More »







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Tweetmeme?s Button Impressions Collapsed 20% After Twitter?s Button Launched

It was only a year ago that Tweetmeme declared their intention to be the king of retweets. And for most of the past year, that was the case. Their retweet button was everywhere. Of course, that was before Twitter launched its own button last month. The result of that introduction? An immediate 20 percent drop off in button impressions per day, Tweetmeme found Nick Halstead noted today.

Luckily for Halstead, Twitter let him know their button-killer was coming and gave Tweetmeme a chance to get out of the way. Twitter even agreed to license some of Tweetmeme’s technology and enter into a business agreement with them about the button. The phrase, “killing me softly” comes to mind.

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Hands-On With HDR Photos in the Next iPhone Update

A software update for Apple’s mobile operating system is due for release next week, and Wired.com has had hands-on time with a major new feature of the OS: high-dynamic range photography.
HDR, an automated processing feature aiming to deliver a “dummy-proof” photography method, will be included with the camera app on all iPhones running iOS 4.1 when […]

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Drift into a peaceful slumber with Panasonic’s self-rocking Relax Chair Yasumi

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Drift into a peaceful slumber with Panasonic’s self-rocking Relax Chair Yasumi originally appeared on Engadget on Sat, 04 Sep 2010 11:02:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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iTunes Ping- Where is the Facebook Integration?

Facebook connect for Ping made a very brief appearance during Steve Jobs’ iTunes 10 demo and some early users were able to catch (and use) it to find friends on Apple’s new social music network. However, a short time later the Facebook integration was missing. What happened?

As it turns out, Apple was indeed having talks […]

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