If you do a lot of multitasking on your computer and mobile devices, you might want to check this device that allows you to control all your mobile devices with your mouse and keyboard.


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If you're a fan of bingo, the tech-savvy ones among us might be interested to hear that 888 Ladies Bingo have launched a mobile bingo app. With more and more of the big online bingo brands starting to see that to compete these days they need to offer a mobile alternative to attract a wider audience. With the latest app, you can now enjoy bingo on-the-go and instant games via their brand new application, designed and optimised for the iPhone.  

 

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You’ve probably heard about Google Wallet, a new mobile payment system developed by Google that was introduced in May. If you’re interested in Google Wallet, we’re glad to inform you that Google Wallet is now available for public use.


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Google announces Google Wallet mobile payment

On May 27, 2011, in Cell Phones, Technology, by Mike Jefferson

Google Wallet is an NFC-based mobile payment service, and Google has officially announced it. So far, Google Wallet has gained support of many retailers such as Subway, Macy’s, Walgreens, Toys ‘R Us, First Data, Citibank, MasterCard, and Sprint. Speaking of MasterCard, this partnership with Google means that Google Wallet will be fully compatible with PayPass payment system.

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Augmented reality has come a long way since we first talked about it two years ago. Though the technology itself remains largely in its experimental phase, its potential for future applications of use is tremendous. Recently, Sony has been working on abit of AR themselves and they call it SmartAR.

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Copy and paste coming to Windows Phone 7

On December 7, 2010, in Cell Phones, by Mike Jefferson

Windows Phone 7 is a great platform, but it has certain flaws, and one of those flaws is the lack of copy/paste function. This can be quite irritating at times but it seems that solution is on its way.

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Google doodles are finally mobile

On December 3, 2010, in Geeky, by Salman

Well, not that this news will bring traffic to a halt or increase Google.com’s daily page views but this surely is a news worth your two minutes. Google has always taken its doodles super seriously since the day it was launched by the geniuses behind Google (Larry and Sergey of course) long back in 1998.

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