If you have ever lost something and spent lots of time searching your home or office for it when you were in a hurry, you know how helpful an item tracker can be. A new item tracker has turned up on Indiegogo and this device is called Tintag.
Are you the type of smartphone owner that loses track of their device? If so, you’ve likely heard of Tile, the little fob that helps to track your device. A similar device named Duet has become available, aiming to help you do the same thing — and for those of you likely reading this, it has one distinct advantage over the competition.
Google has announced Project Tango. In simple form, this is an experimental Android smartphone loaded with 3D sensors to map your world. The project comes by way of Google ATAP, aka, Advanced Technology and Projects and initially will be a limited run of just 200 units. These devices are intended for developers and are expected to be sent out by mid-March.
Dolphin is once again making an attempt to distance itself from other popular browsers in the mobile space with a new kind of mobile browser. Going beyond the typical private browsing modes offered by others, Dolphin Zero is a browser that puts users' privacy as its topmost priority.
This isn't the first time we are hearing about the FiLiP smart locator device, however as of today there is a bit of an update in terms of availability. The wrist-locator will soon be available with AT&T. The carrier will have the FiLiP available for online sales beginning on November 22nd. And in addition to the online availability, AT&T will be selling the FiLiP in one retail location.
Fitness-related apps on Android are almost a dime a dozen and competition is a bit fierce with many giant players in the field. That is why it is no small matter for Endomondo to reach a milestone of 20 million users of its Sports Tracker fitness app, just in time to celebrate its fifth anniversary.
It is no secret that Google wants to be the world's repository of knowledge and, for whatever reason, apparently that will soon include our mobile usage data. But worry not as Google is rumored to have rewards in store for those who opt to do so with an upcoming "Mobile Meter" app.
Glympse is an app that allows you to share your current location with others. The nice part of Glympse is how this is all handled -- on your terms. You create the Glympse and then choose who you want to share with and for how long. You can share over email or SMS as well as social sites. As of today Glympse has added some new features for Android users.
If you're like us you probably do tons and tons of shopping online these days. From ordering a shiny new smartphone case, a new 60" TV to watch Football on, and everything else. If you're always checking FedEx tracking numbers and more like us, you might want to get the latest FedEx Mobile app for their new delivery manager features. Although, Google Now seems to track my packages just fine these days.
You never really know who it is you are meeting today, especially if you meet someone online. There is risk in going to any party or date with a new person and if you fear that you may need help, but don’t want to tell your friends everything the new app myDateTrackerAlert may be just the thing for you. The app is now on Android and it will tell a contact list where you are if you don’t check-in on time.