Copper Mountain Introduces Sherpa

Copper Mountain Introduces Sherpa: New Smartphone App for Skiers, Riders • Sherpa is the first hands-free, geo-aware mountain guide available for smartphones • Terrain and lift updates, local insider tips and ski patrol aid all available through Sherpa • Sherpa will be available for iPhone […]

Google to open retail stores to compete with Apple Stores.

February 15, 2013 by Current Events, Google No Comments

Google to open retail stores to compete with Apple Stores. Only to compete with Apple Stores? They completely ignore the Microsoft Store’s across the country. The best thing about Google and their entry into the retail arena, is that there are plenty of empty store […]

Email Accounts.

Email accounts are a necessity and we often have a love/hate relationship with them. Some challenges are with the account, ie: the company or developer of the email program. Other challenges are with the email program itself, ie: Apple’s Mail App. For the past week […]

New York makes real-time subway arrival data available to devs, releases free MTA Subway Time iPhone app

Transportation information arrives in the digital age. New York makes real-time subway arrival data available to devs, releases free MTA Subway Time iPhone app: “ As noted by AllThingsD, New Yorkers will now have access to accurate arrival times for seven of the city’s subway […]

Got a new iOS device for the holidays? Try AppHero to find apps

Got a new iOS device for the holidays? Well if you were one of the fortunate ones an ongoing issue is where to find useful apps. You might want to try AppHero to find those elusive apps. Got a new iOS device for the holidays? […]

You just got a new iDevice for Christmas, where to offload your old crap.

For those fortunate, of You just got a new iDevice for Christmas, where to offload your old crap? You just got a new iDevice for Christmas, where to offload your old crap: ” It’s now the day after Christmas, and so you’ve had a full […]

iPod Classic and iTunes U.

iTunes U and my iPod Classic (160gb) don’t play well together. This is unfortunate as I’m missing out on a plethora of content available via iTunes. I’m unable to find any rational reason for this slight on Apple’s part. Is there a “Free University” that […]

Google launches 18 new Google+ features focusing on mobile, photos, events and Hangouts.

December 15, 2012 by Current Events, Google No Comments

See on Scoop.it – Pauls Content Curation As Google begins to wind down its operations before Christmas, some of its teams have been working hard to get their new features out before the festive season truly begins. For the …   Paul W. Swansen‘s insight: […]

Study reveals lack of NFC in iPhone 5 bad for market.

December 6, 2012 by iPhone No Comments

I wonder what the study show in the number of iPhone 5 users who would daily make use of NFC?   See on Scoop.it – Mobile Money According to a new report by Juniper Research, Apple’s decision not to include near field communication (NFC) technology […]

Completely redesigned Twitterrific 5 for iPhone and iPad going live around the world.

For those of you who have an iPhone and or and iPad this might be of interest to you.   Completely redesigned Twitterrific 5 for iPhone and iPad going live around the world: ” Twitterrific 5 is looking nice cl.ly/LNSH — Tom Hutchinson (@tomhut) December […]

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