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The iPhone is a fun little gadget and great for staying connected, but did
you realize that it has incredible potential as a productivity tool? That’s
right, the iPhone has the power to supercharge everything from your e-mail to
your parking space. Read on to see how it can be done.
Use your iPhone as a handy personal planner.
Create to do lists in your notes: Use your iPhone’s note app as a simple to
do list. Whiteboard capture: Your iPhone’s camera works well enough to
capture most whiteboards, so you can save notes and share them with others.
Getting tasks done!: Create projects, share tasks, and even get motivational
phrases from this app. Use motivational wallpaper: Put David Allen’s GTD
system on your iPhone with these wallpapers. 30Boxes: Use this calendar to
share your schedule with friends, family, and colleagues. Ph... (more)
oDesk announced the availability of the oDesk iPhone Application which allows
users to manage their online workteams in real-time, with greater control and
flexibility, from anywhere in the world.
The oDesk iPhone App is available for free in the Apple App Store, and allows
registered oDesk users to view their team rooms and work diaries. Accessible
from the iPhone and iPod Touch (when connected to the Internet via Wi-Fi),
and designed for both buyers and providers, the oDesk iPhone App gives users
literal visibility of their online workteam no matter where they are. The
oDesk i... (more)
iPhone Apps on Ulitzer
iPhone Apps on Ulitzer - The Apple iTablet or iSlate is due to be shown off
to the world January 27th, and unleashed on us sometime in March.
The blogosphere has been buzzing about the topic. Joe Wilcox of BetaNews.com
said “The world doesn’t need an Apple Tablet, or any other” (full post
MG of TechCrunch followed up with “The World Doesn’t Need Someone Telling
Us What We Don’t Need In Tech” (full post here). I think both writers
make some good points, but I wanted to give my thoughts, and ask the readers
of CTOvision theirs.
The Apple Tablet is ru... (more)
The speed of communication and connectivity today of the smart phone is
unparalleled. Even better and faster than the Internet itself, because your
phone is always talking to the network, always available and open to receive
and send information without you having to dial a number or open a browser.
However, this phenomenal capability also has a dark side. Convenience has a
price. The same smart phone that is always connected and serving you content
can also be serving you malicious content or stealing from you for someone
else. People are buying and downloading applications to th... (more)
Wilson Kerr launched today Location Based Services (http://lbs.ulitzer.com)
topic on Ulitzer with more than 5,000 articles.
The power of Location allows information (including advertising) to be
delivered to consumers most-able to act upon this information, based on their
real-time proximity to the physical locations where transactions occur.
Location is changing the very nature of advertising and mobile Location Based
Services (LBS) are expected to see a 45% increase in revenue generated in
2010. In the next 5 years, more people will gain access to the web on their
phones than o... (more)
Oh no! An iPhone that tells you how to drive. That's all I need. The
application is called DriveGain and it gives a range of visual and audio
feedback on what changes are required by the driver to burn less fuel. I
wonder if it uses my father's voice?
It works with any petrol or diesel car with a manual transmission and
features a database of over 8,400 European and 8,500 North American cars to
Verbal instructions given by the iPhone app range from general advice such as
“try reducing your acceleration!!!!!”, to specific gear changes. While on
the visual side, Dr... (more)