I help you decide if you should install iOS 12 Public Beta. iOS 12 Public Beta 1 was released and...Read More
The iPhone 5 has been out a few months now and I am constantly asked about my battery life. I actually have good battery life, but some of you have told me you are very disappointed with the iPhone 5 and how long the battery...Read More
Nokia is making a rather large bet that the Windows Phone 7 platform is the way to go. The first Nokia phone released with WP7 in the US is the Lumia 710 of which we review today. The Lumia 710 has a really nice form factor...Read More
I install the ProClip for iPhone 4 into a 2010 Prius. The mount is made for your specific vehicle and is quite a nice product. Check out the video for all the details after the break: [ProClip]...Read More
If you pre-rdered an iPad 3G model and have been patiently waiting for the day when it will arrive, Apple has made April 30th the official day of its arrival. On April 30th you will also be able to pick the iPad with 3G up in...Read More
It’s a good thing the Linux based OS is slick and beautiful, because the name is just downright confusing. Else is the company if you have not been following them. Intuition is the name of their OS and the name of their first phone is well, First Else. Now that we have those minor details out of the way, take a look at the video of how the OS works. The idea is a one handed approach to a very slick Open GL driven interface.Read More
Tom Tom has finally arrived for the iPhone in the United States and Canada. We saw the app go up for New Zealand just a half a day or so and now the region specific versions are now available. It’s not all good news though. The price of the app in the US & Canada is $99, New Zealand is $94.99, Western Europe is $139.99 and Australia is $79.99.Read More
Finally, Apple will allow developers to develop turn by turn applications using the iPhone 3.0 software. They also have made it possible to use Google API’s to allow aps to use the maps within applications. If they want turn by turn gps though they have to use their own maps.
Navigon has not been in the U.S. as long as others (overseas 18 years), but their newest GPS offering, the 8100T offers something unique and ups the ante on the competition. Navigon has borrowed from NASA, their satellite topography for accuracy in navigation as well as elevations on the screen, giving a realistic 3D landscape view. The 8100T is the first of the Navigon line to incorporate this technology and offers a 4.8-inch screen which features a panorama view and a housing of brushed aluminum, offering a premium look and feel. The input offers an iPhone-like touch screen and responds as quickly as you would expect.