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Phone App Stops the Broken Hearted From Calling Their Exes

Written on July 06, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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Phone app, Guaraná Antarctica’s Ex-Lover Blocker, helps people to get over a bad break up

Have you been heartbroken? Are you tempted to speak to your ex who made you cry and just made you lose all your self worth. Then, fret no more! A mobile app can help you rebuild your life and get over your ex.

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BookTrack: Soundtrack for Books

Written on August 25, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Read an e-book more extensively, as BookTracks adds sound effects to your reading habit.

BookTrack is a start-up that publishes e-books with movie-like soundtracks. With Android support on its way, this new application is a Kindle-like e-book with music and sound effects that is now available for Apple’s iOS. The BookTrack is a stand-alone mobile application that plays scene-appropriate, cinematic-music while you read. Moreover, sound effects like creaking footsteps and crackling of the fireplace plays in particular parts of the paragraph. One interesting feature of BookTrack, meanwhile, is its ability sync sound changes depending on your reading speed.

But while some users finds this new app fun – and makes reading even more extensive – others find it distracting and unnecessary.

To learn more about BookTrack, hit the play button at the video after the jump.

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Wii U Controller Patent Application Shows New Details

Written on August 15, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Nintendo made a patent application for its Wii U controller, mentioning a lot of details that gamers should watch for.

Nintendo’s patent application for the Wii U controller is said to boast a magnetic field sensor, flash memory and a dedicated CPU. Moreover, the shuriken, baseball, golf demos, Shield Pose demo, and an airplane shooting game are described. The patent application also detailed several possible specific technology implementations, but it can be subject to change.

The Wii U controller’s magnetometer, usually used as a compass when embedded in smartphones, is used as a reference orientation — a combination of accelerometer and gyrosensor motion data. Meanwhile, the dedicated CPU is embedded in a device referred as Codec LSI. This suggests that its primary purpose is to decode videos sent to the unit. As for the videos, it is generated in the Wii U console and sent over wireless connection. While the patent application specifically mentions H.264 as the system’s video codec, it indicates that a compression is required to stream videos. The MIMO capabilities of IEEE 802.11n WiFi is also said as a data transmission method. The flash memory, on the other hand, might be used to store Mii character or more substantial data. In addition to this, the Wii U controller contains an expansion port for unspecified accessories, though the application stated that this could be left off.

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Lightbox, a New Photo App for Androids

Written on June 18, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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A beautifully designed photo application for Androids has been released recently. The Lightbox takes few features from Instagram and Apple's iCloud.

Lightbox is a new camera application created for Androids. It is somewhat similar to the features of an Instagram and iCloud, in which you can beam the photos that you had captured through your phone into your web browser in no time.

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Facebook’s “Operation Spartan”, Using Apple’s Device Against Them

Written on June 16, 2011 by Lulu

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After working together as a team, Facebook will launch an application that will be a direct competitor of Apple's AppStore.

A report from TechCrunch’s MG Siegler says that Facebook is co-working with several developers for a secret project called “Project Spartan”, a HTML5-based application that would circumvent Apple’s AppStore on iOS devices and aims to reach for a 100 million users.

The Facebook is about to launch a mobile application that directly aims for iPhones and iPad. But it will not be sold on Apple’s Appstore. It will be an entirely HTML5 based application that will work on Safari because its the one area of the device where Facebook will be able to control it.

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Top 20 Free Android Apps

Written on October 29, 2010 by GADG

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Android is takings its way to be part of an inidividual's everyday life. But no Android phone comes out without an app. Does your handset have one?

THE: Apple and other Apple applications developer had produced apps that will complete our daily needs. Some are paid but it’s not always the paid that becames worth it. Often times the Best things in life are Free. Here are the top 30 free apps for your touch pad.

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Adobe Flash on Nexus One, Finally

Written on August 17, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Yes guys! Adobe Flash on Nexus One is now available on Android Market.

Good news Androids! Adobe Flash is out of beta and is on its way to your Nexus One.

After a series of push, string of beta builds and whatsoever, Flash is stable and sturdy enough for Adobe. The Flash is ready for download at 10.1.92.8 directly from your Android Market, or for an upgrade if you are using just betas from your Nexus One.

Soon, the Motorola Droid users will be able to download Flash on the market. But as of the moment there is no news on how the HTC Evo or Droid 2 are going to upgrade the final build.

Our favorite Flash Games and apps are now free of hassle. We love Flash! Go team Adobe!

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Apple: “YES” to Led flashlight Application for iPhone 4!

Written on July 08, 2010 by Charles Bass

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After a series of rejections, finally Apple approved the iPhone 4’s LED flash into a FLASHLIGHT!

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