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Top Trending apps which are worth your money

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We come across a plethora of apps on our android and iOS app stores offering multiple functions and easing our work. In this article, we will explore which apps are better to spend money and get out the best from it.

Sydney Public Transport App Wrap-Up for iOS

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Since Tom and Terence are writing these things, it’s only logical for me to write one about Sydney! Since the iOS App Store has a huge range of Apps available to download, it’s sometimes hard to pick the right App for what you need. This post will attempt to ease that frustration and help you pick the right up for getting you around the public transport system in Sydney.

Melbourne Public Transport App Wrap-Up for Windows Phone

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Tom did a guide for Android, and now I’m doing one for Windows Phone. While we have constantly mocked Windows Phone for having some very sub-par applications, there are little gems that are really brilliant. So, here are some of the top applications – both web and mobile apps – that will help you get around Melbourne’s transport system. At least it’s a bit easier to understand than Sydney’s own […]

Sparrow for iPhone launches

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It’s been a while since it was first announced, but Sparrow, the fancy and unique email client for Mac, is now available on the iPhone and iPod touch. As with the desktop version, the iPhone app looks like it’s trying to give the default Mail app, the Gmail iPhone app and any other webapp or native apps a run for their money, with an intuitive, future-proof UI and a fully-native […]

Melbourne Public Transport Android App Wrap-up

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Recently, after upgrading to a usable phone with Ice Cream Sandwich on it, I have been on the hunt for useful apps. One of these hunts was for apps that could help with my commutes, so after hunting around the marketplace and questioning friends, here is what I use to help me get around. By the way, these apps are Melbourne, Australia specific so apologies if this bares no relevance […]

Apple App Store prices get a little cheaper for Australians

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Image: Glen Bledsoe/Flickr (Creative Commons) As we all know, Australians usually pay more for everything. Gadget’s, Games and up until now, Apps. But one of those is about to change. Apple is introducing a new pricing scheme for the Australian App Store so that it matches our strong Aussie Dollar. Apps will now come as $0.99, $1.99, $2.99, $4.49, $5.49, $6.49, $7.49, $8.49, $9.49, $10.49 and so on. Here is […]

Windows Phone 7 SDK to include multi-tasking, Camera API

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Windows Phone 7 users will be excited by this news (I know Stewart will), as Microsoft has announced an update to its application development toolkit for the mobile OS, which will include access to the Camera API and multi-tasking. While the iOS has these features, multi-tasking was only available since version 3.0, so it’s nice to see Microsoft pushing this out. Other additions to the toolkit include deeper integration with […]

Twitter tells developers: No more Twitter Clients

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While Twitter has embraced its developers community with third-party applications providing additional functionality, the company has now backflipped and has told its community to stop building Twitter clients, leaving the development only for the company. The company has cited privacy violations and an inconsistent experience as its main arguments.

TECHGEEK Weekly 34: Two Girls, One Wii

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The little Wii gets a bit more intimate with a brand new game, Mortal Kombat banned in Australia and the MacBook Pro gets a little hardware revamp – and we make a big deal about it and the new Thunderbolt. Wait, what? That’s all this week on the TECHGEEK Weekly podcast with the return of James Wilson plus one guest – Matt Rossi. Who? Matt Rossi, a friend of one […]

TECHGEEK Weekly 30: Death by SMS

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Wow. We’ve reached 30 episodes – who knew from the beginning we would actually have reached this far. Anyway, we discuss the IPv4 running out of addresses, the new PSP2 by Sony and the Egypt Internet Blackout. We also find out that we are really good at debating points of view, so you may find this episode to be longer than what we usually have our podcasts Sorry if we […]

DeepEnd brings a 3D homescreen to your Jailbroken iPhone

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There are heaps of cool things that are exclusive to owners of Jailbroken iPhone’s and this is definately one of them. Developed by Ryan Petrich, DeepEnd is a free Cydia app that uses the iPhone’s accelerometer to add a 3D effect to your homescreen. When you move your device, the background moves with it, producing the effect. Now, this has been done before by another Cydia app called 3DBoard, but […]

Check-in with Foursquare… in Firefox?

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Foursquare appears to have quite a following here in Australia (and apparently, in North Korea and up in space), but for some cases you don’t want to go and whip out your phone because you may have a crappy connection (via Vodafone) or happen to be so damn lazy. Well not any more. A little plugin called Foursquarefox takes the hassle away of checking in and puts it in your […]

TECHGEEK Weekly 27: CES is driving us GaGa

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And we’re back officially. CES was in full swing, and we saw a lot of tablets, 4G phones and 3D from Sony. We also had crazy Harvey Norman trying to put GST on our purchases online, Facebook being valued at $50 billion and the Mac App Store launch – and hack. And yes, it is the first hour long podcast – and the only one as it seems. But, hey, […]

Mac App Store, Twitter for Mac

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What a way to start 2011! With all the tech buzz surrounding CES and the rush of new toys, some of us may have forgotten that tomorrow, Jan 7, the Mac App Store will be released. Rumoured to be delivered by Software Update, here at TechGeek we believe that installing all the latest updates will ensure that you receive the update as soon as it is publicly released. Mac OS […]

Apple to launch Mac App Store on January 7

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The Mac App Store, the desktop extension of the App Store found on the iOS devices, will open on January 7, 2011 in Australia, as part of a global launch of 90 countries – including the United States (because of the time difference, January 6) and New Zealand. The store will be similar to the iOS App Store where you can find free and paid applications in similar categories, and […]

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