Cool Travel App for Hassle Free Driving

We have all done it and hated it. Driving under miserable conditions with low visibility can be a nightmare, especially if you are in a unfamiliar territory. The Heads Up Display, or Hudway, is a free navigation application that gives drivers a little piece of mind if they happen to encounter these conditions.  What sets…

Cloak Takes an “Antisocial” Approach

     The market is flooded with applications presenting opportunities to meet new people. Some of the apps and programs almost force you to use your Facebook, LinkedIn, or Google+ information to sign in or sign up for new services. Our online social lives and communities have expanded to an almost unmanageable level. Unfortunately, being online and…

Crowd Pilot Offers Three-Way Conversations

Remember the three-way conversations many years ago where you or your friends could listen in on conversations between two people while one of them was unaware?  It was always the best way to catch someone saying something negative about you, your family members, or your friends.  Well, Crowd Pilot is the Web version of the three-way that allows…

Facebook Knows WhatsApp

Facebook acquired the mobile messaging app, WhatsApp, for $19 billion dollars in a bid to stay on top of new and fast moving Internet trends.  WhatsApp currently has about 450 million users worldwide and is adding around one million users each day.  WhatsApp currently charges $1 annually for its SMS services after the first year…

How to Market Your App to Stand Out from the Competition

Creating apps is a great way to generate passive income. If you create a hit, you could easily make millions of dollars. Though these standout successes are rare, even modest successes can make you thousands of dollars in profit. The key is to create a quality app that people want and then to market it…

Brilliant or Lazy?

Technology has changed so much of our lives that it is hard to make a living without it.  Even a simple activity like jogging is not immune from the tangles of technology.   Devices that monitor the amount of miles run, calories burned, and speed are standard equipment for today’s runners.  This is a small example…

The app-driven life: How smartphone apps are changing our lives

The app-driven life: How smartphone apps are changing our lives (via The Christian Science Monitor) “There’s an app for that” is more than just Apple’s marketing mantra. Apps have become an American lifestyle. “I’m using my phone when I’m sleeping,” says Amanda Soloway. Every night, Ms. Soloway turns on an iPhone application called Sleep Cycle…

Week In Review

Debate mistakes and still raising Cain with a new commercial Rick Perry reassures GOP primary voters concerned about his wobbly presidential debate performances, saying he would draw sharp distinctions with the Democratic incumbent in televised showdowns next year. He spoke very confidently despite his lackluster performances through several debates over the past few weeks. One…