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iPhone InfoManager : New iPhone 7s, headphones, videos, comedy, cameras and more

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers The iPhone world marches on, and there seems to be a division between opinions whether the newest addition to the iPhone collection is good or bad. Well there are upsides and downsides, and we’re going to try and get to them all in the InfoManager!

  • Watch: Bill Maher slams Apple for pointless iPhone upgrade and consumers for falling for it
  • Side-By-Side Pics Show How Much Better You Look In iPhone’s New Portrait Mode
  • We Put the New iPhone 7 Plus to the Test in Low Light. Here’s What Happened.
  • YouTube user pushes phony iPhone 7 hack, and unwitting users appear to bite
  • It’s getting harder to use the iPhone without using TouchID
  • Watch Every iPhone Ever Speed Tested All at Once
  • iPhone 7: Buyer Beware
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Live Speed Limit Alerts

Speed Alert IconMADE IN AMERICA Boston, Massachusetts – Indie developer, InchWest has released Live Speed Limit Alerts 2.42, an app to avoid police traps and speeding tickets. This app for iPhone and iPad provides real time voice alerts based on “actual” speed limits. Unlike similar apps, speed limits are automatically updated based on the current location.

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Clean Text 1.0 for iOS

Udine, Italy – Apimac has announced the availability of Clean Text for iOS. Clean Text is an essential tool for web masters, graphic designers, developers and magazine editors to reduce text cleanup and editing time, and a great tool for any iPhone and iPad user that needs to cleanup and editing text from emails, documents, or other material. Continue reading »

Bel Math Apps releases Math Integers for iPad – Popular Educational App

 Bel Math Apps releases Math Integers for iPad - Popular Educational App The educational independent company, Bel Math Apps today is proud to announce the release and immediate availability of Math Integers 3.1, an important update to their popular educational iPad application. This new update of Math Integers is an essential addition to the company’s set of educational iPhone and iPad apps.

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Powerful Children’s App Review Database (CTREX) Gets Upgrade

 Powerful Children's App Review Database (CTREX) Gets Upgrade Children’s Technology Review has released CTREX 3.0, the third of four planned versions of CTREX (Children’s Technology Review Exchange). Designed to help teachers, parents and librarians choose interactive media products for children aged birth-to 15-years, CTREX is currently the largest, most comprehensive online database of educational reviews of children’s interactive media (apps, toys, video games and web sites). Continue reading »

Amazon Music and YouTube music now comes together with Musicality

 Musicality - Now with Amazon Music and YouTube Industrious One has a good idea about listening music on your Mac. Musicality for Mac has added Amazon Music and YouTube to its growing list of supported music services. Musicality breaks your music out of the browser, bringing desktop conveniences like keyboard shortcuts, powerful AirPlay streaming, and more to over a dozen of the world’s most popular music services.

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The teens and millennials need a safe texting app. So be Sayfe

 MAG Technologies launches the Sayfe (Safe) App MAG Technologies has launched the Sayfe (Safe) App in response to teens and millennials’ need for a safe and secure texting environment. In recent surveys, over 45% of users responded that security is extremely important in their day-to-day texting.

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A New Zombie Shooter Inspired By Presidential Candidate Donald Trump

 A New Zombie Shooter Inspired By Presidential Candidate Donald Trump Leave it up to the Canadians to come up with a new Zombie Shooter, Zombie Wall Attack. In Zombie Wall Attack, your objective is to fight off countless and ruthless waves of zombie attackers. The concept is simple, prevent as many zombies as possible from hopping over a wall and entering your compound – if more than 20 zombies manage to jump pass, you lose. The objective is to get through as many waves as possible with the highest score possible.

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Pokemon Infomanager : beginners’ guide, hackers, Pokemon porn, Pokemon hacks, stupid games?

InfoManager : what's new online Five days in, they had already made six million bucks on the latest stipid phone game for people without a life … oh well, now twenty million users, maybe the InfoManager should take it just a little more seriously — especially since people are dying with it in their hands. Another chapter from the iOS InfoManager

  • Pokemon Go fake Android app delivers lockscreen malware, clicks on porn ads
  • Everything you could ever want to know about ‘Pokemon Go’
  • Why Pokémon GO Is Good For Data And Great For Business
  • U.S. Cities Are Betting On a Pokemon Go Tourism Boom
  • How to Keep Your Kids and Data Safe on Pokémon Go
  • Don’t believe the ‘Pokémon Go’ privacy hype
  • Watch out for fraudulent ‘Pokémon Go’ apps
  • Real Dangers in the Fake Pokemon World
  • A beginner’s guide to ‘Pokémon Go’
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iPhone Update : rumors, destruction, predictions and lots of fun, and more

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers Apple’s upcoming iPhone changes seem to be stirring up some rumors all over! Do you need a headphone jack? Can you think of creative ways to destroy an iPhone? Fun and useful iPhone news…

  • Dropping An iPhone 6S 100 Feet In A Ball Of Pop-Its… Because Why Not?
  • The simple reason Apple is getting rid of the iPhone’s headphone port
  • 7 Satisfying Videos of iPhones Getting Destroyed in Bizarre Ways
  • The 7 things to delete first when your iPhone storage is full
  • iPhone 7 will get a larger camera, according to spy shot
  • Leaked Image of iPhone 7 Depicts Larger Rear Camera
  • Toddler-Proof Your iPhone With This Quick Trick
  • Apple Loop: iPhone 8 ‘Confirmed’
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Dropbox Enhancements

 Dropbox just dumped a ton of new productivity features on users of its file storage and collaboration service that are all aimed at making it easier for people to get work done within its applications.

iOS users can now scan documents directly into the service. Also can get started with creating Microsoft Office files from that app.

GO http://www.pcworld.com/

10 Mac games you need to play from May 2016

Strong games in May – We’ve got a deep space exploration and strategy game (Stellaris), for example, but also a bonkers indie game about driving a school bus in wondrously wild situations (OmniBus).

Other highlights include multiplayer racer Super Impossible Road, an enhanced port of iOS role-playing favorite Oceanhorn, and games like Kathy Rain and Youtubers Life.

For the full list:

GO http://www.techconnect.com/article/3077440/os-x/10-mac-games-you-need-to-play-from-may-2016.html

 

Mug Musings : Adobe Launches Spark: Visual Storytelling Apps for Everyone

InfoManager : what's new online Once upon a time you had to have specialized help to publish your ideas, stories or books. You needed a good camera or a photographer. You needed a designer knowledgable about layout and typography, and you needed a person knowledgable in the method of publishing you needed. Then came desktop publishing, and millions of people became publishers. Now, Adobe erases the last vestiges of specialization. Now, millions of people will do their own for better or worse. It’s free for the time being.

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MovieShop

Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam – Number One Application Co., Ltd. has announced the release of MovieShop 1.5, an update to their popular video editing tool that has brought mobile movie montage to a completely new level. MovieShop is a full-scale professional editing center at an extremely accessible price. Continue reading »

PhotoCards by Bill Atkinson

MADE IN AMERICA  I just watched Leo Laport‘s interview with Bill Atkinson.  The interview in 2 parts was done on TWiT‘s Triangulation podcast.   Continue reading »