No matter what phone you may own GetJar has the applications you are looking for. GetJar is a huge multi-platform mobile application store with the ability to automatically detect what type of phone you are using and provide you with the specific applications that fit your phone. Making downloads a hell of a lot easier…continue reading.
Image by krynsky via Flickr #140Conf Los Angeles was fantastic, full of familiar faces. Still, no event is perfect, and with that, here are a some things we loved and a some things we thought could use some improvement: Good: The meeting room on the first floor was the hub of mingling. If you wanted…continue reading.
Calling all mobile App developers! Mobile application analytics provider Motally is giving aways a pass and free hotel stay to the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. They are calling their contest “Trackappalooza“, and all you have to do to enter is insert their API intro your mobile application and your done. Straight from the…continue reading.
For those of you who have been following our Twitter stream, you may have heard of an event in Los Angeles called “140 Characters” or #140conf. It was a packed event at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood, with more than 1000 tweeps from around the world. In case you missed the tweet-stream, here’s a…continue reading.
AuthenTec is doing some awesome things with Biometrics. I remember when I first saw a buddy’s laptop a few years back with Fingerprint security technology I was amazed. I was trying all kinds of things to try and trick the system but nothing but his fingerprint would unlock the laptop. For those who don’t know…continue reading.
Try saying that 10x fast! What else would you call this powerhouse of a printer. HP is going the way of the widgets with is new web-supported LCD touchscreen control panel. It comes bundled with several online apps such as printing Google maps, coloring pages for the kids, your movie tickets through Fandango, etc. If…continue reading.
TechZulu caught up with Martin Källström, CEO of Swedish start-up Twingly at BlogWorld expo. Twingly is allowing users to cut out the noise of online search and real-time web so that people spend time on only the specific news and content that matters to them. Having the ultimate filter would be awesome but how accurate…continue reading.
For those of you who have been following our Twitter stream, you may have heard of an event in Los Angeles called “140 Characters” or #140conf. It was a packet event at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood, with more than 1000 tweeps from around the world. In case you missed the tweet-stream, here’s a…continue reading.
Guest Post by Bonnie Lee La Madeleine of SMCLA Image by wabbit42 via Flickr The ubiquity of pink cows: How Facebook and iPhone are changing the way we play. Just as the Internet has transformed how we watch movies, read books, and listen to music, social media, led by Facebook and iPhone, are changing the…continue reading.
Twiistup 7 is coming up soon and you don’t want to miss out on your opportunity to be part of one of Los Angeles premiere tech events. So if you are a start-up (no matter where you may be located) here is the link you want to be clicking (apply to be a showoff here)…continue reading.