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e-Cycle is First Mobile Phone Buyback and Recycling Company in the World to Achieve e-Stewards® Certification

e-Cycle is First Mobile Phone Buyback and Recycling Company in the World to Achieve e-Stewards® Certification

The Basel Action Network (www.BAN.org), a global toxic trade watchdog organization, announced today that Columbus based mobile phone recycling company e-Cycle LLC is the first mobile phone buyback and recycling company certified as an e-Stewards® recycler, adhering to the highest global standards for socially and environmentally responsible electronics recycling.

 


Seidio to Showcase New Mobile Accessories at CES 2012

Seidio to Showcase New Mobile Accessories at CES 2012

HOUSTON– December 27, 2011 –Seidio, Inc., the leading manufacturer of premium Smartphone accessories, will be exhibiting at the International Consumer Electronics Show from January 10-13th at the Las Vegas Hilton Convention Center. Seidio’s booth, #3818, will be located in the iLounge section of the North Hall.

 

CES “reaches across global markets” to showcase innovation from the consumer electronics industry, making it the optimal event for Seidio to showcase new power solutions and cases for a wide variety of smart phones.   

 


Campaign 2012 News App Available Via DoApp’s Mobile Local News Platform

Campaign 2012 News App Available Via DoApp’s Mobile Local News Platform

Minneapolis, Minnesota - DoApp, a registered developer of Google Android, Blackberry, Windows Phone, Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch apps announced their Mobile Local News publishing platform has released Campaign 2012, a free U.S. Presidential Election news and analysis app.

The Campaign 2012 app, available at Apple’s iTunes App Store for free (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/campaign-2012/id484752437?mt=8), combines election news and analysis from top political web sites, candidate biographies, election 2012 information, recent election polls and more.


Google releases Google Currents, a free Flipboard-like app

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Flipboard is one of the most popular apps for the iPad. And it was so heavily downloaded when it was released earlier this week for the iPhone that the added traffic brought down Flipboard's servers. Now Google has jumped into this popular space — apps that aggregate your social media content, news, and other web content into a personally tailored, very attractive, magazine-like format. Google Currents (free) is available as a universal app for both the iPhone and iPad.



Hot Culture Review

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The Hot culture app is the app arm of the culture.pl website which offers the latest in news and information concerning the Polish culture and events.  This app is beautifully designed and has an impressive amount of information which is updated every day.  Whether you’re looking for information about the latest polish singer or just an update on what is going on in the news, this app has everything you could ever want to know about the Polish culture.



iPhone Life is now Featured on the Pulse News app

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Announcing iPhone Life magazine on Pulse! <http://www.pulse.me/iphonelife> Check your iOS apps -- do you have Pulse News?



CopyToy: Transferring Anything Between Your PC And IPod, IPad and IPhone, Is Now Possible

CopyToy: Transferring Anything Between Your PC And IPod, IPad and IPhone, Is Now Possible

Candysoft has announced the release of CopyToy, a program for both Windows and Mac that allows users to seamlessly copy music and various other kinds of data from an IPod, IPad and IPhone to a computer. CopyToy is compatible with all generations of the IPod, IPad and IPhone.


Early Edition 2 for the iPad Review

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I have been impressed with Glasshouse Apps' Early Edition RSS reader since it was released well over a year ago. Since then, Glasshouse has been busy refining their flagship application to be as iOS fluid-friendly as possible. Their results have culminated in their next generation RSS reader, Early Edition 2. Is it worth the new purchase price? Read on to find out.



Read All About It!

The Best Personalized Magazine Apps for the iPad

I admit it, I am a news addict. I used to watch cable news constantly in order to keep up with what was happening in the world. However, a few years ago I started using the web to fill my need for news. And ever since I purchased an iPad 2, I've found new ways to enjoy and access a regular dose of timely updates.



A few weeks ago I wrote a review of Zite on my 
iPhonelife.com blog. Zite is a personalized magazine app that I started using right after I purchased my iPad 2. Over the course of a few months, I came to depend on Zite for almost all of my news. While preparing this review of the Best Personalized Magazine Apps for the iPad, I began a search for apps that might 
replace Zite in my daily 



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