Although we published a way to track online the movement of the Swine flu pandemic using Google Maps a few days ago, it is by no means the only way to follow news of the new H1N1 virus and its spread. Tech savvy, or more specifically iPhone (and iPod Touch) users, will soon be able to download an app called the Swine Flu Tracker off the App Store. While, it is still currently in queue to be approved by Apple, there is no doubt that the developer IntuApps will be quickly credited by popularity for creating this app amongst all the Swine flu craze.

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After a few days trying and playing around with the Philips wake-up light. There are a few things we’ve grown to love about it. By the way if you haven’t seen our unboxing gallery, click here.

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Hey folks, we were sent the Philips Wake Up Light over the weekend for a quick review. Our first impression – it’s bigger than we expected compare to normal wake-up light / or bedside lamps which you would normally buy. I must admit first of all, the Wake Up Light isn’t one of Philips latest products but I suppose it must be serving customers well enough that Philips is confident that it definitely works and still want to promote it.

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