by admin on January 31, 2013
We love the BB. Always have. And the much awaited BB10 on the Z10 is here. Cant wait to get our hands on one.
by admin on November 10, 2012
(text from the vlog website)
Now you should not search for a map before going to an unknown city.
The program will load maps through the Internet worldwide.
The source of maps – openstreetmap.com. On this site any owner of the GPS-receiver can draw maps of his own district.
The program is written under Symbian (version 9.2 OS, Series 60 3-rd Edition Feature Pack 1)
and checked while only on my phone Nokia N95.
Therefore I can say nothing about compatibility with other devices
1. Add mapping POI (Points Of Interest) – drugstores, shops, the gas station etc.
2. Add routing.
3. Write version for Windows Mobile.
4. To make interaction with a site gpslog.org on record, storage, an exchange of tracks and coordinates, and also to tracking objects.
by admin on October 30, 2012
PhoneCopy is a great free App for transferring contacts from your phone to your Mac. It offers backup, synchronization, history of changes and remote web acces to your data (contacts, calendars…)
Claimed supported devices are
- •Mac OS X
- •iPhone, iPod touch, iPad
- •LG, Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, Siemens, Sony Ericsson…
- •REST API for 3rd parties
Get PhoneCopy from the App Store.
by admin on August 4, 2012
Simple Depth Of Field Calculator
Simple Depth Of Field (DOF) Calculator for photography.
Calculates Depth Of Field, Near Depth of Field, Far Depth of Field and Hyperfocal distance.
It does not require a keyboard.
Multiple camera formats supported. Send an email to get any specific camera model added.
User can just select the values using a slider.
Micro-adjustment buttons for precise input.
Very easy to use.
In case of feet unit, output shows the inches part separately. e.g. 3ft 2.4in
In optics, particularly as it relates to film and photography, depth of field (DOF) is the distance between the nearest and farthest objects in a scene that appear acceptably sharp in an image.
Hyperfocal distance is a distance beyond which all objects can be brought into an “acceptable” focus.
by admin on May 14, 2012
Wunderlist is an extremely elegant, easy to use and very productive task manager.
Wunderlist runs on Blackberry devices using OS 5 or above. If you’re using a Bold or Curve, you’ll need an SD card. It’s available for touch and non-touch devices, so we’ve got you covered whichever device you use 🙂
To get started now, visit Blackberry App World on your Blackberry device and do a search for ‘Wunderlist’.
by admin on May 12, 2012
Blackberry has released their OS 7.1. The best part for us was support for Mobile WiFi hotspot. Now you can use your BB as a mobile WiFi Hotspot for upto 5 devices (of course you will have to get the right data plan from your carrier first).
check out the full details here.
by admin on May 5, 2012
GroceryList is simple and efficient even for large inventories. The two primary things you do with it are add items to the list for your next shopping trip and go shopping with the list.
Adding to the list is quick because you don’t re-type items you’ve added in the past. In the search box, you just start typing any part of the item you want to add. The list of matching items that appears will shrink quickly as you type until you are left with just a few or possibly just one item to select from. Items already on the list will be in black. Items not yet on the list will be greyed-out.
by admin on April 28, 2012
Finally there seems to be a decent Video Chat App for Blackberry Playbook.
What is ReelPortal?
ReelPortal is an easy-to-use video chat and conference system. ReelPortal is intentionally designed for a future where small, efficient, yet powerful video-capable computing devices are ubiquitous inside every home and office, replacing the traditional telephone. As such, these devices will always be on, and serve as standard communication tools between users, regardless of their physical location.
ReelPortal users can call each other directly via their nicknames, which can be anything of their choosing (given name, phone number, etc). Just like the traditional telephone, there is no need to log in with an account and password to place a call. So how would the callee identify the caller, you may ask. Like the traditional telephone, ReelPortal assumes the callee can identify the caller by voice, and perhaps by their face.
Beyond the calling aspect, ReelPortal users can opt to create a unique private room, where they can invite friends and family to join for a multi-way video conference. Users joining a room need only to know the room name, and room key (if any). Once in, they are automatically connected to everyone in that room. Thus, there is no need to even know the nicks of the participants. Again, the participants are identified by their voice and face. Users may adopt a personal room as their own, where friends and family can join and check whether they are available.
Within the home or office, ReelPortal can also serve as an active, local video intercom system. But with an adequate internet connection, this system can be extended globally, effortlessly. Starting a conversation would be just a click away. As an intercom system, ReelPortal maintains connections between devices indefinitely, with fault-tolerant logic to detect and retry any broken connection. With this capability, users can move in and out of networks (3G/WiFi) with minimal disruptions.
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by admin on February 2, 2012
Imo.im is a web-based service that allows users to hold text, voice, and video chats on multiple instant messaging protocols. Currently supported protocols include MSN, Skype, Yahoo Messenger, Google Talk, Facebook, AIM/ICQ, Jabber, MySpace, Hyves, VKontakte and Steam. The service is free and requires no user-registration or sign-up.
Stay connected to your friends on all the protocols imo supports: AIM, Facebook Chat, Google Talk, Hyves, ICQ, Jabber, MSN, MySpace, Skype, Steam Chat, VKontakte and Yahoo.