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    Android App of the Week: Speed Dial in Style with MobilityFlow’s Contact Launch Widget

    If you want a fast, user-friendly, aesthetically pleasing way to contact your favorite people as fast as possible, MobilityFlow’s new contact widget is all you could ask for and more. The widget puts up eight small circles on your home screen, filled with pictures of your eight favorite contacts (think MySpace’s top 8 all over […]

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    BlackBerry App of the Week: BlackBerry Radio is the Ultimate Radio App

    Slacker Radio, Pandora, iHeartRadio; the list of radio apps out there goes on and on and on. Don’t know how to choose? If you’ve got a BlackBerry, forget the choosing and just download BlackBerry Radio. It works with the most popular radio apps, streaming stations from Slacker, iHeartRadio, and many others.

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    So Long Android Market and Hello Android Market Web Store

    Honeycomb wasn’t the only thing Google had up its sleeve at its California press conference yesterday. There was also the announcement that Google is finally rolling out the new and long-awaited Android Market web store. As of today, the Android Market web store will be available, providing a more user-friendly way to purchase and download […]

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    Valentine’s Day Gift Guide 2011

    Valentine’s Day. The holiday of chocolates, flowers, jewelry and…oh, right, love. Well, love might still remain a constant, but the first three probably haven’t been in the highest demand for a few years (or decades). Tech makes the world go round these days, so if you want to impress your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day (or […]

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    3D Comes to Android Games and Apps with Honeycomb

    At Google’s Mountain View press conference today, the future of Android gaming with the new Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system was presented, and it looks promising. A 3D friendly development tool called Renderscript is going to open up all sorts of advanced 3D gaming possibilities for mobile Android devices.

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    Windows Phone 7 App of the Week: Get a Canine Education With Dog-A-Pedia

    For those that don’t know their Yorkies from their Schnauzers, there is the Dog-A-Pedia App, available for free for Windows 7 phones. It’s a comprehensive guide to all the different dog breeds out there, from great to small. If you’re looking to get a new dog, but aren’t sure where to start, this might be […]

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    Android App of the Week: Be an eBookworm With the New Sony Reader App

    Reading on the go just got a little easier for Android phone owners, with the release of Sony’s Reader App, designed to work with Sony’s own Reader Store, a virtual warehouse of books and other print items for download. You’ll have full access to any book purchased from the Reader Store on another device, and […]

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    iPad App of the Week: Complete Your MOMA Experience with the AB EX NY App

    If you’re looking for a good way to complement the Abstract Expressionist New York exhibit at the MoMA in New York, check out this free educational app. You can check out all the highlights of the exhibit from your iPad, while also learning more information about the pieces and the artists responsible for them. Don’t […]

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    iPhone App of the Week: Starbucks Card Mobile App Lets You Pay with Your Phone

    Starbucks has recently unveiled a brand new way to pay for coffee at their thousands (and thousands and thousands) of stores worldwide: via iPhone. With the new Starbucks Card Mobile App, customers can load their Starbucks Cards to their phones. Payments are made with special in-store scanners that read information right off of your phone. […]

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    Android App of the Week: Spark Offers a Customizeable Home Page

    HipLogic’s Spark App for Android phones gives users a customizable home page that, to put it simply, makes life easier. The home screen provided by Spark is made up of modules that can be turned on or off at will, including weather, news headlines and shortcuts to often used apps. Social media is covered, of […]

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    Android App of the Week: iTriage Helps You Diagnose Baldness While on the Train

    By now, pretty much everyone on the Internet has at least heard of WebMD. iTriage isn’t much different, and is developed by doctors and researchers to allow the everyday user to look up symptoms and find out what they might mean, and if they need to contact a doctor about them. With the iTriage mobile […]

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    iPhone App of the Week: eBay App 2.0 Features RedLaser Barcode Scanning

    Of course, the eBay app has been around for ages, but the recent version 2.0 release gives users a few more tools to use to manage their own personal online marketplace. In addition to keeping tabs on all of your items, whether you are bidding, watching, or selling, you can now list items and receive […]

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    iPad App of the Week: Turn Your iPad into the Ultimate Mac Mouse with Remote Conductor

    As part of the ongoing mission to integrate all Apple devices into one grand system, m3me has developed the Remote Conductor app for the iPad. This app turns your iPad into an advanced mouse/trackpad for your Mac. You can use it as a standard trackpad, with familiar finger-based controls, but the intriguing stuff really comes […]

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    Windows Phone 7 App of the Week: Relax with Your Favorite Tunes with Slacker

    In the same vein as Pandora, Slacker Radio is a personalized radio app for Windows Mobile 7. The UI is a little sleeker and more stylized than Pandora, and you can also access song lyrics for any song that gets played (just in case you ever have one of those friendly arguments over a song […]

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    Windows Phone 7 App of the Week: Listen in on the Cops With Police Scanner 7

    Ever wonder what the cops are up to while you’re around town? Well, maybe you do for several different reasons. We won’t go into that. What we will go into is how complete of an app Police Scanner is. There are over 2,000 different police and emergency service feeds to choose from, from not just […]

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    BlackBerry App of the Week: Get Popular With the 90210 App

    The 90210 BlackBerry app isn’t your average TV show app, with just a few weak trivia games and other small bits of fan service. With this app, you’ll be going head-first into the world of fabulous riches and luxurious lifestyles that is West Beverly High. It’s a full mobile game, where you try to scratch […]

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    iPad App of the Week: Djay Transforms Your iPad into a Virtual DJ System

    Algoriddim has released one of the best music apps for the iPad to date, with djay. This app turns your iPad into a virtual DJ system, complete with a realistic turntable interface, making excellent use of touch controls. You’ve got all kinds of cool mixing tools to use if you’re a seasoned vet, but if […]