Spelling Test Practice with Nouns by EFlashApps is a free app that comes with over 500 nouns flashcards to help kids from pre-school through second grade build their vocabulary and improve their spelling. This fully customizable app features personalized list creation and addition of words. Along with interactive spelling tests, this is a perfect task-oriented learning app for elementary eduction. This app ranks in Top 100 free apps for kids ages 6 through 8 on the iTunes App Store.
OrionArts today announces Swarm of the Dead 1.1, its popular free-to-play real time strategy game developed for iOS devices. Swarm of the Dead is a combination of strategic planning and fast-paced combat. Play as a Zombie Commander and stop the pathetic Researcher from coming up with the The Cure. The developers respond to passionate Chinese mobile gamers by offering Shaolin Kungfu Monks, Chinese Zombies (Jiangshi) and even more game levels in its first free content update.
The word on the street is that BlackBerry 10 users can now once again take advantage of the popular cloud storage service Dropbox - after being banned by the Chinese government in 2010. Read More
Most 'normal' folk that use Twitter more than likely only have one account so this post may well be of no use whatsoever. However, some of us - business users in particular may well be managing more than one Twitter account - most probably a work one and personal one. If that's you and you didn't realize you can run multiple Twitter accounts on your BlackBerry 10 smartphone you've come to the right place. Read More
Appoint creator Urs Gort has released an updated version of the powerful calendar app, including stunning new color themes, resolution for time conflicts, and other improvements. Aimed at people with busy schedules and little time, the app's clever auto-completion engine prefills information based on past events, eliminating time-consuming typing in favor of a few swipes. Appoint 2.3 for iOS is now available on the iTunes App Store.
Planning the next steps in total world domination, Executive VP for Samsung Electronics David Eun revealed that the company is expanding into software and services. This, of course, is in addition to the growing number of devices that the software will run on, ranging from smartphones to smart TVs, and even maybe smart appliances.
The rumor mills be churning once more, this time with talk of no Samsung and no integrated LTE inside the next generation A8 chipset. The first of those comes out of Taiwan and claims that TSMC and not the Korean giant will be tasked with production of the A8 due to low yield. TechNews.tw (roughly translated): Samsung is currently the main problem facing the problem of low yield in its 20nm manufacturing process, not the title at Apple's demands, the need for an appropriate portion of A8 processor orders to TSMC, but based on recent progress news, Samsung was forced to abandon the orders may be more than just part of A8, A8 processor is probably all be produced by TSMC
iTunes users who've dabbled in Android might be familiar with DoubleTwist, which has now brought its latest creation, AirPlay Recorder, to the Mac. Simply put, this app will take your iTunes Radio stream, record it, and leave it for you to listen back to time and time again. It works by selecting AirPlay Recorder as as an AirPlay device in iTunes
UNICEF (the United Nations Children's Fund) has devised a rather ingenious way for people to help out in a way that is simple but probably also difficult for some. With the Tap Project, every minute you spend not using your mobile device will be matched by a day of clean water from one of UNICEF's sponsors