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What you need to know about on-demand home services

Three years ago, what did it take to hire a ride on Friday night? For many people, it involved an awkward, probably unanswered, phone call to a local taxi company or eyesight keen enough to spot a fare-free cabbie on the street.

'SmartMat', the yoga mat and teacher all rolled into one

SmartMat, a crowd-funding project launched on Indigogo on September 30 is being touted as a yoga teacher rolled into a mat. Using pressure sensor data, it can convey information to an app on your phone which will correct your postures.

Adobe acquires Aviary to boost mobile presence

Adobe has acquired Aviary, a startup that specializes in mobile photo editing capabilities on mobile devices, such as the iPad and Android tablets.

Microsoft removes 1,500 spam apps from the Windows Store

Microsoft's acknowledgement of the presence of illegitimate, spam apps in the Windows Store has come to fruition with the removal of 1,500 apps from the store and subsequent refunding of purchasers.

Op-Ed: Evernote: turn your mobile device into a tool

Organization is a key to success. It doesn't matter what level of schooling you're in. Every class is giving you numerous paper handouts, and it can be easy to lose them.

'Smartest' motorcycle helmet raises over $800,000 in one day

Indiegogo campaigns rarely reach massive levels of funding. However the hi-tech Skully AR-1 motorcycle helmet has broken all expectations and is one of the most popular projects the site has ever seen.

Uber staff cancel nearly 5,000 rides from rival company

New York - The claws come out. According to reports, Uber employees have scheduled and canceled about 5,560 rides from their rival company Lyft. That's according to a report that dates back to last October.

App combines beer with free movies

Developer Aleksandr Semenov has created a way to get free movies for buying beer. Bluetooth technology reads information on the bottle and unlocks movies on your computer. You only need to tap it on a sensor to make it work.

Op-Ed: New technologies bridge gap between parents and teachers

Most households with children in the United States have no unemployed members, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which means that in a home with two parents, both parents are likely working.

Op-Ed: How mobile apps are transforming our dining experience

Mobile apps have transformed many industries and now, new offerings for your tablet and smartphone are transforming how we order and pay for food in restaurants.

Fitness band shocks, punishes you for not working out

Pavlok is a new wrist band that rewards or punishes for your level of exercise. It can give you money and bonuses for working out. Or it can take your money, ridicule you on social media and shock you for not going to the gym.

Apple is gearing up for iPhone 6 and here's what you need to know

Rumor has it that the next generation iPhone 6 will debut in September. While the actual date is unknown, image and feature leaks having been popping up online.

How a new app changes the way customers talk with companies Special

Squareify is a new way for individuals to give instant feedback to businesses when they perform above, or below, their expectations. Founder Joel Carras got in touch recently to talk about how customers can use his app.

Archaeological Survey of India's app to explore Delhi's monuments

New Delhi - The Archaeological Survey of India has released a 3.92 MB Android app called "ASI Delhi Circle" for tourists looking to get the best experience of a visit to Delhi's many monuments.

Amazon sued by U.S. regulators over kids apps

Washington - The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has sued Amazon. The FTC says that Amazon allowed millions of dollars of unauthorized purchases by children to take place in its mobile app store.

First Derm, a 'Crotch Selfie' app from Sweden, makes headlines

Launched in Sweden as an STD triage app, First Derm now accepts photos of any rash, bump, wart or strange mole above and below the waist, and works with a team of dermatologists to help identify the issue. The "Crotch Selfie" app is making headlines.

Op-Ed: Are you getting the most out of your mobile banking app?

Today, the mobile industry has us spinning on the palm of their hands. We even rely on our smartphones to take care of our personal finances. Why don't we maximize our mobile banking experience?

New 'BrewDrop' app brings beer to your house

Austin - The new smartphone app called BrewDrop is offering a way for legal drinkers to get beer delivered to their house. The cost of the drinks and a $5 delivery fee are all you will need to get some fresh beer at home.

Digital Health Summit set to showcase new technology Special

San Francisco - New technologies are set to revolutionize healthcare. Emerging technologies can monitor on-going body biometrics, create remote telemedicine visits, provide electronic access to patient information and undertake 3D body scans.

Blackberry teams up with Amazon to bring three times more apps

Good news for consumer and enterprise Blackberry users as over 240,000 new apps will arrive to Blackberry's AppWorld. Blackberry has partnered up with Amazon as a cost-cutting technique to bring more apps to users.

Largest STD online community/dating website and its new app Special

The largest online community and dating website for people with sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) has announced a new iOS app. Launched in 2001, PositiveSingles.com is for people who live with STDs like HIV, Herpes (HSV), or HPV.

5 nifty personal finance apps

Roughly one in three Americans are keeping track of their finances via their smartphones. Here's a look at some applications to help you stay on budget.

Apple iPhone 6 rumors bigger screen, thinner size, and $100 more

One third of phone upgrades have been from iPhone users switching over to Android. However, for existing iPhone users looking to upgrade to a new iPhone, there may be some bad news for you.

Google Play quietly adds 'People' section

It appears as if Google is attempting to socialize the app shopping experience by displaying recommendations from friends through their Google+ social networking service.

Review: New health tool changes how we see our bodies

With the growth of technology, our bodies don't seem so mysterious and complicated anymore. Take this new health tool, Wello, for example. How can it change our perception of the human body?

Guilty pleas in first U.S. counterfeit apps case

The leader of a group that trafficked in pirated Android mobile device applications has pleaded guilty over his role in the scheme, the first prosecution of a counterfeit apps case by the U.S.

Apps aid fashionistas in tracking down desired clothing, shoes

Fashionistas envious of clothing, shoes and accessories worn by strangers or seen on websites can turn to new apps for hassle-free shopping to find, and buy or rent, similar items.

Hearing-aid apps pump up the volume, double as headphones

New smartphone apps that link to hearing aids are helping people with impaired hearing to pump up the volume on their devices or to use them as headphones to stream phone calls, YouTube videos and music...

Korea's quirky messaging apps go on offensive in text-happy Indonesia

South Korea's pioneering mobile messaging apps have taken their oversized emoticons to Indonesia, intent on breaking the dominance of BlackBerry Ltd's BBM messaging servic...

Top EU official warns of misleading app developers

Brussels - Just two weeks after suggesting the European Union is on the cusp of a digitally led economic bonanza, officials warned Thursday that web developers may be misleading consumers.EU Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding called a two-day meeting with Europe...
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