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Your iPhone Is the Radio Station with Wahwah.fm [IPhone Apps]

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

Wahwah.fm lets you turn the music stored on your iPhone into an internet radio station that gets broadcast worldwide, or to other people near your location. Not only that, you can also check out what other users are broadcasting. More »


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Your iPhone Is the Radio Station with Wahwah.fm [IPhone Apps]

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

Wahwah.fm lets you turn the music stored on your iPhone into an internet radio station that gets broadcast worldwide, or to other people near your location. Not only that, you can also check out what other users are broadcasting. More »


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Mercedes-Benz to bring Siri integration to all A-Class vehicles

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

Mercedes-Benz has unveiled plans to integrate Apple’s Siri voice assistant into its A-Class vehicles, according to a report from PSFK. The integration would allow drivers to access their iPhone apps using voice commands. The feature is being called the Drive Kit Plus program and will work in conjunction with Mercedes-Benz’ Digital DriveStyle app to translate the iPhone’s screen onto the in-car display. The program will feature compatibility with popular apps such as Twitter and Facebook pre-installed, and drivers will be able to listen to music, change radio stations, update their status on social networks and send text messages using voice commands as well. According to the report, the car’s integrated Garmin navigation system will be also compatible with Siri commands. Mercedes-Benz is the first car maker to integrate Apple’s voice assistant into a vehicle, with the feature reportedly set to debut at the 2012 Geneva auto show next month and a rollout to all A-Class vehicles scheduled to begin this fall.

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Twitter gets a new look: faster, simpler, cleaner

Thursday, December 8th, 2011

Are you someone who has yet to jump on the Twitter bandwagon because it’s just too darn complicated to use? Well, the time to spread your tweeting wings has come, because the service has just done a redesign of its web portal and mobile apps around four new tabs — “Home”, “Connect”, “Discover” and “Me” — that make for a less complicated and more streamlined experience (sound familiar?). Twitter’s new threads will be rolling out universally over the next few weeks, though the Android and iPhone apps have already been refreshed. All you 140-character mavens can head on past the break for a video of the new look or hit the source links to learn more. For those of you in need of an even simpler Twitter interface, well, we hear there’s a guy with a rotary phone who can deliver just what you’re looking for.

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Quora Will Answer All Your Questions with Its New iPhone App [IPhone Apps]

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

Quora, the excellent Q&A site, just released an iPhone app that makes it dead easy to get your questions answered and learn new things. If you ever used Quora, you know how smart their community can get. More »


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VirusBarrier for iPhone: Protect Your iPhone By Scanning for Malware [IPhone Apps]

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

The Six Best Unofficial Twitter Apps for iPhone [Apps]

Monday, March 21st, 2011