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Taxi Magic makes cab booking easier

Are you bored with the conventional method of booking a cab? Taxi Magic app will make the process of booking a cab extremely convenient and easy. Precisely, the app allows you to book a cab straightforwardly from your iPhone, merely at a push of button.

Thinking of booking your ride through Taxi Magic?

Taxi Magic app directly connects to the Taxi routing systems, enabling you to book cabs without speaking to an operator. Available with as many as 75 prime taxi fleets in more than 40 major U.S. cities, the app is the best way to find taxi available nearby to your location. Also, you can track the position of your taxi from dispatch updates or a map view.

After selecting a cab company, Taxi Magic app will ask you to enter your street address. As soon as you put in your street address, the app will take you to the actual position of the cab.

Taxi Magic app is compatible with iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad with iOS 4.2 or later version.

The revamped Apple® AirPort Express 2012

The refurbished Apple AirPort Express 2012 is an ideal router for instant Wi-Fi network connectivity.

Available for $119, the most fascinating aspect about Apple AirPort Express is that it can easily set up a Wi-Fi connection directly through iPad, iPod touch, iPhone, or Mac.

Talking about its specifications, Apple AirPort Express has the ability to support dual-band 802.11m Wi-Fi, which means it can transmit 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies, simultaneously. In addition to this, its support for AirPlay allows you to send music from your iTunes playlist on your PC, iPad, iPod Touch, or iPhone to any speakers or stereo in your home.

What’s more? If you want to take printouts, wirelessly (from anywhere in your home), a USB port (especially made for printer) on the back of AirPort Express lets you do so. In terms of online security, AirPort Express provides a safer online experience. It comes equipped with a firewall that acts as a barrier between your Wi-Fi network and the Internet. The latest AirPort Express comprehensively protects your data from emerging malicious threats.

A hound your iPhone® will fall in love with


Platform: iPhone/iPod Touch

Price:$ 4.99

Using your gadgets on the go sounds very convenient, isn’t it? It is because accessing your multimedia content from anywhere and everywhere gives you complete freedom. To make your tasks easier, there are various tools and apps that can help you in accessing and sharing files with friends and family at any given point of time.

FileHound is one such app which can help you access your computer files remotely from iPhone as well as from iPod Touch. All your documents, photos and music files can easily be fetched now anytime and from anywhere as per your convenience.

The app is designed by Splashtop.Inc, a leader in the domain of cross device computing. The app is a perfect time saving tool for all those, who own an iPhone or and iPod Touch for that matter. Now you can not only search and navigate your data and files but can also enjoy all this with the Slashtop’s award-winning technology.

Using the app will make you feel as if you are sitting in front of your computer and doing the work with same ease.

“FileHound puts some ‘bark’ into your smartphone!” said Mark Lee, CEO of Splashtop. “It is designed to be your new best friend to fetch files when you are on the go. In fact, we think you’re going to like FileHound so much that you might even start petting your iPhone!”

The app comes with extensive features that are mentioned below:


• User-friendly and fast. Offers you full convenience.

• Freedom of accessibility. Access stuff on the go.

• View and edit all kinds of files (Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, etc.)

• Syncing is not needed. The app turns your computer into a personalized cloud.

• Easy to use on small screens.

With such extensive features, the app will surely make your iphone and iPod Touch a fully loaded device.

The best gadgets from CES 2011

The best gadgets from Consumer Electronics Show 2011 (CES), include tablets and smart phones. Here is what they are as per a description I have tried to give. Sony Ericsson’s Xperia arc phone has a 4.2-inch display and has a 1GHz processor. It has an 8-mega pixel camera over on the back of the phone, and a video camera on the front. Its thickness is 0.34 inch. BlackBerry PlayBook  runs a brand brand new operating system and is a 7-inch thin gadget, with  the  front-facing camera of 3MP and a 5MP rear HD based camera. It is powered by 1GHz Cortex-A9 dual core processor and 1GB of RAM. The BlackBerry PlayBook  can handle Flash 10.1, HTML 5 and HDMI.

Apple iPhone 5 will use NFC (Near Field Communication), the short-range wireless technology which can operate as an electronic wallet. Apple iWatch offers reliability and effectiveness of both iPod Touch and iPod Nano  on the same platform and is smaller and thinner. The Motorola Atrix 4G has a dual-core processor with features of a high-resolution display of 4-inch, HD based video capture, a camera which is front-facing, and also a fingerprint reader.

Motorola’s Droid Bionic has dual-core processor, 512MB of RAM, a 4.3-inch screen and an HD recording facility on video, a camera of 8-megapixel in the back while there is a front-facing calling camera for video. Then there is Motorola’s CLIQ with a display of 3.7-inch, a camera with 5-megapixels capability as well as DNLA capabilities. Acer’s E210 has a 2.6-inches touch screen. It is powered by a 416MHz processor and has 256MB RAM. It  also has a 3.2-megapixel camera on the back, with GPS, Wi-Fi as well as FM radio. Acer Liquid Mini has a 3.2 inch display with a 600MHz processor and 512MB RAM, a 5-megapixel camera on the back, a GPS as well as Bluetooth connectivity.

Samsung’s Infuse 4G uses a 4.5-inch Superb AMOLED plus type display, a camera of 8-megapixels and a 1.2GHz single core processor. LG’s Optimus Black phone consists of a bright display of 4 inches. It is a very slim phone of 0.36 inch thickness packing a 1,500 mAh battery with dual cameras on board. HTC FreeStyle has a 3.2-inch display, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and FM radio. HTC EVO Shift 4G is slightly smaller. It has a 3.6-inch display as well as a QWERTY, slide out keyboard. There’s a 5-megapixel camera on board, as well.

14-Year-Old Designs Apple® App that Knocks “Angry Birds” Off Its Roost

A fourteen year old enthusiast of iPod Touch is consistently making headways after his first design of a game for Apple App Store. Robert Nay introduced his debut of the app “Bubble Ball”. This simple game has knocked down “Angry Birds” the app which had been keeping the highest spot for several months.

“Bubble Ball” in Apple Store has been described as a fun new physics game which took Nay nearly a month for launching and designing it. He outlined how to make it subsequently reading some of books in the library regarding many programs he needed for constructing an app. He incidentally has plans for designing more applications in the days to come, though it is apparent that they will not be free for downloading similar to “Bubble Ball”. Nay is considered in the list of young hard working people achieving unexpected results. Two weeks earlier, it was declared that ten year old Kathryn Gray who is a Canadian citizen, was the youngest girl for discovering a supernova. Her finding was checked by other two amateur astronomers residing in the United States proceeding to the news being shared with other people of the world. Her discovery termed as supernova, situated in the galaxy called as UGC-3378, is two hundred forty million light years away from the Earth.

However, it is a case of mere a month earlier that a group of eight to ten year old students of British origin were the youngest persons communicated in the Biology Letters, a science journal. The pupils had made a research for the foraging nature of bees.

The game “Bubble Ball” is a puzzle related to physics. Nay wrote four thousand lines of codes which contain Corona SDK. He got some sort of help from his mother, Kari, who did some graphics related to this project. Though Robert Nay studies in the eighth grade only, he is attached with programming jobs for long six years and presently remains engaged in coding of languages which includes Java Script, PHP, HTML and AJAX.

Nay seems to be proceeding in the direction consisting of an entrepreneurial approach in the matter of his Apple app, and ultimately may be the turning point for something which began merely from a challenge offered from friends. Kari, his mother, had to assist him in the matter of some portions of the designing for the “Bubble Ball” and since launching of his discovery being downloaded on millions of occasions in the recent past, he may step forward further in his own way.

Apple® releases first beta of iOS 4.3 and SDK to developers

There was speculation over what the iOS 4.3 and the SDK to developers will comprise. The trend was, that an advanced iOS release, so quickly after the launch, just a couple of months back, meant, bugs and old problems get fixed. Let’s face facts, codes are made by human beings and there can never be any such thing as a perfect code. The perspective with which SDK for developers is introduced by Apple is quite interesting. Apple offers an iPhone simulator on a Mac, before the developer can test his software or an application on a live phone. However, developers can develop content and applications, but they will need Apple’s nod for the installation of the same, on the iPhone.

Apple has the App Store through which developers can distribute content. Apple retains part of the revenue collected for the developers, mainly to cover costs. The beta release of iOS 4.3 comes very, very soon after the introduction of iOS 4.2, with new features like Air Play support, Wi-Fi Hotspot capability, Third Party Native Apps, Web Apps etc. Many new features including “Find my friends” which is associated with Apple’s Cloud Service, MobileMe etc. are there in the iOS 4.3 Beta. The iOS 4.3 will provide for SDKs for development on the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and the Apple TV.

With this introduction you can now stream video to the Apple TV using Air Play, HTTP Live Streaming Statistics, iAd Full Screen Banners, New Multitouch Gestures for the iPad, muting or locking of orientation using the side switch selectable by the user etc. The developers of new apps of the 4.3 version of iOS have caught the attention of quite a few. Introduction of Personal Hotspot, a feature where your iPhone becomes a Wi-Fi router for up to five devices, is a feature which a carrier can enable or disable. The Air Play video support will definitely open a Pandora’s Box on a variety of features imaginable. Just imagine being able to stream a video from your iPhone and watching it on a 55 inch LCD panel.

However, information is still not available on how iOS 4.3, is going to support the iPhone or the iPod Touch or earlier models. As of now, no builds for these devices seem to have been made available to developers. However, knowing Apple, by the time iOS 4.3 is officially shipped, these changes could well see the light of day. The new gestures feature, is expected to support four and five finger gestures. Like swiping up will show the app switching tray, swiping left / right may switch apps. Sounds absolutely out of this world! Tweets announce that the iPhone 4.3 may be the last firmware update for iPhone.

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