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Dog Smell Strength Vs. iPhone Scent Detection App: Who'd Win?

What is The iPhone Scent Detection App?


The iPhone scent detection app is a unique product which is currently being created by Adament Technologies. The company is still trying to perfect their application before releasing it to the public, but they already have big boasts when it comes tot their new technology. According to the company, this app will, upon completion, make it possible to detect smells from your phone, and it will do so better than a dog.

 


GIC Nexus Creates the First Smartphone Grip Using New Enhanced Vacuum Technology

GIC Nexus Creates the First Smartphone Grip Using New Enhanced Vacuum Technology

GIC Nexus, Ltd. has created the i-Ox Smartphone Grip, a multifunctional accessory specifically made for smartphones with the option to use for various other handheld devices. Designed to revolutionize smartphone handling and usability, this attachment with its unique craftsmanship and function is not only fun and practical to use, but it also gives users the freedom needed to multi-task like a pro. With its easy grip, the slim and unobtrusive product offers an improved experience and sense of flexibility even while texting, gaming, photographing, browsing, reading or if you’re simply just having a conversation.


Presenting iPhone Life's 2014 Earth Day Mobile Tech Award

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In celebration of Earth Day 2014, we'd like to present to you the recipient of this year's iPhone Life Earth Day Mobile Tech Award. Today we are highlighting three environmentally-conscious tech brands (one winner and two runners-up) that are actively making a difference in how we live life in harmony with our home planet. Each company has made their own contributions toward making the world a “greener” place with their eco-friendly products and practices. Read on to find out who gets to take home the honors...



Apple News This Week: And What a Very Interesting Week It's Been...

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It's been a busy and exciting week in the world of Apple. From the “nonsense” of the new Apple tell-all book, to the introduction of some welcome but surprising entries into the Apple catalog, to Apple being acknowledged for their status as a global brand leader, there's been no shortage of interesting news concerning our favorite tech company. And of course, the rumors continue to swirl surrounding the upcoming 2014 iPhone, whatever it may end up being called (iPhone 6? iPhone Air?). It's been a week chock full of important developments, so read on for the full scoop!



Aquafadas Cloud Authoring Brings Digital Publishing to the Cloud

Aquafadas Cloud Authoring Brings Digital Publishing to the Cloud

Groundbreaking Aquafadas cloud-based digital publishing solution automates PDF file conversion and distribution to mobile devices, integrates easy-to-use production tools to enhance content; powerful platform lets publishers monetize existing content


Infinite Peripherals™ Partners with Mercury Payment Systems to Support Mobile Payment Solutions

Infinite Peripherals™ Partners with Mercury Payment Systems to Support Mobile Payment Solutions

Mercury point-of-sale dealers and developers now can access industry-leading mobile iOS solution with PCI-PTS 3.1 SRED certification


Who Benefits from AT&T's Sponsored Data plans: Customers or Businesses?

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Recently, AT&T created headlines, raised suspicion, and set tongues wagging with its announcement that they are starting a new Sponsored Data program. This new plan will allow eligible 4G customers to access mobile content and apps without impacting their monthly wireless data plan. In simpler terms this would be like a toll-free service for wireless data where websites that sign up as sponsors will be free for AT&T wireless customers. As a result, no data will be deducted from a surfer’s monthly allotment of data. Data charges will be borne by the sponsoring company.



CES 2014: Otterbox and Lifeproof Set to Dominate the Case Market in 2014

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Lifeproof and Otterbox joined forces last year to form what I would consider one of the most formidable business partnerships in the protective case industry. This year at CES the two companies shared booth space and oh, what a booth it was. They put on quite a show and had what was perhaps the largest and most extravagant booth of any case maker at CES, with lots of demos. Otterbox sponsored NASCAR truck racer, Germán Quiroga, was even on hand to promote the products. Read on for more details on the latest and greatest from these two industry-leading companies...



New Free App from Yahoo Offers Summary of the Day's News

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I like news apps, and Yahoo has just recently released Yahoo News Digest (free), which is one I'm definitely going to be using. There's already a plethora of news apps, but this one has two distinguishing characteristics. First, there are just two daily editions, one in the morning and one in the evening—unlike other news apps that tend to be updated throughout the day with random bits of news. The advantage of just having two editions is that it's a true summary of the most important news, not simply the latest news across the wire. A second distinguishing characteristic is that the news is curated. An algorithm helps assemble the news, but the news summary is also curated by hand. I like that. One reason I still enjoy newspapers and magazines is that they present curated content: I feel confidant my time will be used more efficiently, since someone has organized the content beforehand. It's not as frenetic as the stream of news items that come across a typical web-based news service.



Infinite Peripherals™ Launches Infinea BluePad™ Chip and PIN Mobile POS Device for iOS and Android™

Infinite Peripherals™ Launches Infinea BluePad™ Chip and PIN Mobile POS Device for iOS and Android™

Infinite Peripherals™ Launches Infinea BluePad™ Chip and PIN Mobile POS Device for iOS and Android™

Bluetooth®-compatible device delivers long-term solution to recurrent changes in mobile platform hardware

ELK GROVE VILLAGE, Ill. – Jan. 7, 2014 – Leading mobile point-of-sale (POS) device provider Infinite Peripherals, Inc. (IPC) today introduced the Infinea BluePad, a mobile payment solution that includes PIN entry, a contact chip smart card reader and a magnetic stripe reader with Bluetooth connectivity. Compatible with iOS and Android (OS 2.1 or higher), the Infinea BluePad can operate either as a stand-alone mobile device or as a companion to IPC’s mobile peripheral devices, including the Linea Pro® and Infinea Tab,® which work with Apple®’s iPod touch®, iPhone® and iPad®.


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