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Targeting the Taliban? There’s an iPhone App For That

An iPhone app that tracks down the Taliban has been developed by a U.S. soldier — who put $26,000 of his own money into the project. The idea for a smartphone application to assist soldiers in combat came to Capt. Jonathan J. Springer in a dream last July, he said Monday. The 31-year-old, from Fort […]

App Store racks up ten billion downloads

Apple launched its 10 billion download countdown for the App Store a week ago when it was at a little over 9.7 billion downloads. For the past week, the counter has been racing ahead at a speed of about 1.8 million downloads a day, eventually reaching its target on Saturday. The winner of Apple’s promotion […]

Gtdagenda now available for the iPhone!

I have been using the service for quite some time now and love its implementation of the GTD management and productivity approach. Now I can do it even easier while on the go using the new Gtdagenda app for the iPhone/iPod Touch. I can manage my tasks, projects and contexts directly on my iPod […]

The Top 40 iPhone Apps of 2010

“The iTunes App Store is huge. More than 300,000 apps huge. I’ve watched this monster start from nothing and turn into a billion-dollar industry in only a few short years. We’ve been approaching this point for some time now, but it’s more apparent than ever that app exposure is of critical importance. A healthy majority […]

Just got an iPad? Download these apps first…

“So you’ve just (carefully) torn open the wrapping of a brand new iPad. You’ve hooked it up to iTunes for its initial sync, but now what? Which apps should you download first? Here are some essentials to get you started.”

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Smurfy Shopping Spree?

“The Smurfs’ Village,” a game for the iPhone and other Apple gadgets, was released a month ago and quickly became the highest-grossing application in the iTunes store. Yet it’s free to download. So where does the money come from? Kelly Rummelhart of Gridley, Calif., has part of the answer. Her 4-year-old son was using her […]

10 Tools I use to Manage Digital Content

Here is a list of 10 tools to help manage your digital content. The great things about these products is that they are all free and can be used on multiple OSs and most of them are also on your smart phones.

1. Firefox – Web Browser 2. Evernote – Notes everywhere you are 3. […]

The New Android app for Gtdagenda

If you have read my blog for any amount of time you probably already realize that I am a huge fan of the GTD principles and proccesses. I have used GTDAgenda since it started and highly recommend it! The new Android app has the GTD essentials: The Inbox, the Next Actions, Projects & Contexts, and […]

Is Amazon Preparing for Apple?

Amazon’s New Plan for eBooks: 70% Cut For Publishers, $10 Max Price – “Amazon’s finally got some competition—and may be about to get even more—so they’re doing everything they can to stay competitive, and to keep publishers happy. This means higher revenue cuts, but also new rules. Interesting rules. The new system works like this: […]