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My top 5 iOS time wasters (games) of 2015

I believe everyone has their favorite niche of gaming on iOS devices and I’ve honed mine down to a couple of types this year.  Try as I might, I can not get in to the endless runners whether they be side scrolling or ones like Temple Run where you’re swiping back and forth and up and down. Some people love them …

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iRig Mic Field at CES 2015

We spent a some quality time with our friends at IK Multimedia at CES this year  – One of the products we focused on was the iRig Mic field.  This is a product that we hope to have in our hands for a review in the short term but for now, please take a look at the following video featuring …

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Hands On: Jabra Vox corded headphones

I’ve spent the last couple weeks with the Jabra Vox as my primary set of headphones for my iPhone 4S and iPad 2. First off, a little history…in the past I’ve had trouble with any headset or earphones that didn’t go over the ear. They just wouldn’t stay in properly so I was very interested to see how these would …

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Hands On: Givit

Hands On: Givit (via THE Tech Scoop) Today we take a look at the iOS video editor called Givit version 3.0.4.  I was immediately pleased that although Facebook sharing is included, I was not forced to use my Facebook log in to create a Givit account.  So, immediately I was very pleased with that.  The sign up process was very…  

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Hands On: Audiobus and friends

[is-gateway name=”HicksNewMedia” id=”INFOtainmentNews”]Seems like everyday, I see another iOS app adding support for Audiobus so I had to see what the hype was about. I recently spent some time experimenting with this very cool software and I’ve created the video below to show you just how easy it is to use. Bottom line: Amazing interactivity, easy to use.  No jailbreaking …

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Flipboard enters curation game

With the release of the 2.0 version of Flipboad and the introduction of bookmarks and ‘magazines’ – they’ve jumped in to the world of content curation. Watch the video for a comparison between Flipboard 2.0 and the previous version. It will be interesting to see how content providers react over time as Flipboard users start to create and publish their …

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5 Mobile Apps For Collaboration

This week I’m going to focus on social collaboration apps – not just social media/networking but collaboration. There are 5 apps at the top of my list this week: Kibits – Kibits allows you to create private, secure collaboration rooms and share almost any type of media – files, photos, videos, links, locations, notes, and more – in realtime. Each …

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Hands On: Usagi Yojimbo app

When I saw the announcement for Usagi Yojimbo: Way of the Ronin, I was pretty stoked. As a comic fan, when I see some of my favorites make it to the video game screen, I really like to see that the game has to offer. I jumped on this one as soon as I saw it. This game is made …

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