Tuesday, November 30, 2010

SplashID Key Safe Keeps Your Passwords on Your Keychain

From BNET's Business Hacks:

The SplashData SplashID Key Safe combines two of my favorite things: flash drives and password managers. It’s a 2GB drive that looks like a key and comes preloaded with SplashID Password Safe (for both Windows and Mac).

The benefit, of course, is that your usernames, passwords, credit card numbers, frequent-flier numbers, and other critical data get to go where you go.

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Monday, November 29, 2010

3 Magnificent Mobile Apps That Ruled 2010 [Mashable Awards]

From Mashable:

In short, it’s a Swiss army knife of awesome. GoodReader for iPad is $1.99 and is still one of the best business apps you can get for Apple’s tablet. It includes all the great features of the iPhone app, but thanks to the bigger screen real estate, you can really go read and view your files with more precision.

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Review of iStoryApps interactive story books on iPad

From Whizz Kids Technology:

These iStories are very sweet. With simple actions and interactivity, the stories are great for your quality time or just to get some quiet time. On each story you can choose to have the story read to your child, the voices and animation are very calming. Your child can interact by turning the digital pages or pressing on the stars etc to hear them play. My kids both loved these stories and I’m sure they will be read and enjoyed again and again.

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Friday, November 26, 2010

iPhone Appidemic: Nag: Timer Alarm

From Appletell:

If you don’t like the idea of being nagged to do something, whether to rise up from your bed or to hit those keys and start writing an article which is long overdue, you’d definitely stay away from this app. But if you appreciate nagging by way of an iPhone app and you do feel the need to be reminded of things you need to do, Nag: Timer Alarm has you covered. Its cool interface, along with doing what it is supposed to do, makes this app a must-have.

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Nag iPhone App Review

From Tracy and Matt:

Nag is a very simple app that is very useful when it comes to reminding you of certain tasks that you need to do. Simple and straight forward. If I had to give it a score out of 10, I would say 9/10.

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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Geek Gadget Guide

From InfoWorld:

A security device isn't exactly a sexy gift, but this one is a neat idea that will appeal to a geek's practical side. The SplashID Key Safe is a USB thumb drive that contains encrypted data you put on it. Insert it into a Windows PC or Mac, enter your password, and your data is available. Remove the key, and there's no trace of that data left on the computer. It's a handy way to carry secure data around, and at $30 works as a practical stocking stuffer.

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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

BugMe! updated, now universal app for iPhone and iPad

From TiPb:

BugMe!, the “Original Sticky Note App,” has received a nice little update and now offers a universal binary for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. In case you are unfamiliar with BugMe!, here is a quick description:
BugMe! for iOS lets users jot quick notes and doodles – with their finger as the pen – just like a digital sticky note. BugMe! also offers keyboard support, allowing users to type longer notes they would otherwise be scribbling with their finger. BugMe!’s notes can be organized for reference, and even shaken into place. Users can set an alarm time on each note and BugMe! will sound the alarm and show a reminder when the task is due. The BugMe! Badges display how many of these notes are now due.
The update is already available in the App Store, free for previous users and only $1.99 for new users. Check out the update and let us know how you like using it on the iPad!

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Monday, November 22, 2010

Review of Nag app for iPhone - Never Forget Again!

From Appdictions:

How many time have you forgotten to do something like put more money in a meter, return a phone call, view a TV show, or send an email? Now with Nag Timer all your worries can be put to rest. Using a single button, you can set Nag Timer to sound its alarm and provide you with a reminder that something needs to be done. When the alarm sounds, Nag will literally “nag” you till the app is acknowledged.  This app is a great reminder tool and highly recommended!  The design and development of Nag Timer was executed perfectly.

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