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    iPhone App of the Week: Finding a Sugar Daddy Just Got Far Simpler with SugarSugar

    Further proving you really can find anything (or anyone) on the Internet, SugarSugar.com offers dating services, with a special twist – it’s just for people looking for their sugar daddy or sugar baby. People with excess cash and a need for companionship seek out others a little short in the finance area, or vice versa.

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    Windows Phone 7 App of the Week: Groupon. Enough Said.

    Surely, by now, if you love saving money (who doesn’t?), you’ve heard of Groupon. If you haven’t, allow us to make your day a whole lot brighter. Basically, Groupon provides each localized area with one new deal a day – enough people sign up for it, and everyone gets the discount.

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    iPhone App of the Week: Vimeo Goes Mobile

    Vimeo, in case you haven’t heard of it, is an up-and-coming video hosting site that is gaining in popularity, and figures to continue that upward trajectory with their Vimeo app for iPhones, available for free right now from the iTunes App Store. Vimeo has a pretty healthy selection of both HD and SD videos, and […]

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    Android App of the Week: A Godsend for the Avid Traveler – MapDroyd

    Now that smartphones have become so well ingrained into our lives, we rely on those built-in maps to get around – to the point where we might be in big trouble without them! And sometimes, if you don’t have a data or wireless connection, or if you’re abroad and don’t want to pay international fees, […]

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    BlackBerry App of the Week: Facebook 2.0 Beta Upgrade Now Available

    You might remember about a month ago, we brought you news that the Facebook 2.0 beta was available for BlackBerry smartphones. Well, the beta has been positively received, and has a brand new upgrade for BlackBerry Beta Zone users to check out. The beta upgrade features BlackBerry 5.0 support.

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    8 Apps That Transform a Smart TV into a Super TV

    Now that smart TVs are bringing the Internet to the living room, it’s time to take a look at the backbone of the smart TV’s Internet offerings–the apps. Much like smartphone apps, smart TV apps in many ways define the user experience, constituting half of what the TV will be used for (the other half, […]

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    iPhone App of the Week: Typing on the iPhone Gets Big with Keyboard 2

    Keyboard 2 is a pretty simple app, and it shows why sometimes, simple can also mean the most useful. The Keyboard 2 app allows you to use a full screen, transparent keyboard, so you can see what you are typing behind the keys. You can make the keyboard as large or small as you want, […]

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    BlackBerry App of the Week: Tether Adds Internet Tethering, Without Monthly Fees

    At this point, all of us are probably familiar with Internet tethering, and AT&T and Verizon subscribers are all equally bummed about not being able to get it for free. Well, apparently now there’s a way to circumvent that. It’s not free, but after a one-time charge, there are no monthly fees, making it worth […]

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    Android App of the Week: Zlango Adds Zany Icons to Text Messages

    If reading text messages with just text day in and day out is getting a little grating, Zlango is here to spice your experience up a little bit. It’s a free app from the Android Market that allows you to throw in colorful, zany icons alongside words in your text messages. There are icons for […]

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    iPad App of the Week: Sweet Desk Clock Features Wallpapers for Your Clock

    If you’re feeling bad about all the time your iPad is sitting there, idle, use this Desk Clock HD app to give it a little style and substance. You can get the app for free from the iTunes App Store, and access the 7 free clocks that are included. There’s a pretty fair variety within […]

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    BlackBerry App of the Week: Decorate Easter Eggs Without the Actual Eggs

    Like decorating eggs, but not a fan of eating them? Well, now you can have your cake and eat it, too (or have your eggs and not have to eat them). The Easter Eggs app, available from BlackBerry App World for $0.99, features dozens of different design choices, from shapes to colors to backgrounds.