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  • 19Jul

    Interview: Tanya Otero, USA Sales Director for Aerial 7

    Tanya Otero, USA Sales Director for Aerial 7 has been in the business of selling fun for a couple of decades. She started competing in snowboard contests which led to working in a snowboard retail environment, followed by being an independent sales rep, then a regional sales manager, then National sales manager, a brand manager and now Sales Director at Aerial 7 USA headquarters. Tanya, a self proclaimed snowboarder believes that snowboarding without music is like having a computer without email access, therefore happy to have access to a quiver of listening devices at Aerial 7. As a resident of Encinitas CA Tanya is able to focus on career and quality lifestyle simultaneously. Tanya believes that if you work from a place of passion your work can enhance your lifestyle and lead to long term success. Geek Woman: I was told that you are a snowboarder, do you still enjoy

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  • 23Apr

    BlackBerry PlayBook

    BlackBerry PlayBook came out this week. This time there is finally something to rival the iPads. There is a market of people who love their Blackeberries, as much as iPhone owners, love (or have a complicated relationship with) their iPhones. If you are one of those who is a Blackbery enthusiast, including our President then this is beginning to look like a good alternative in reviews. One of the main selling points about the BlackBerry PlayBook is the rock solid operating system called  QNX . Each week seems to bring another story of how Android based devices have leaked information, been back-doored or hacked. You most likely won’t hear that about the PlayBook. It is slightly smaller than an iPad at seven inches. It will play Flash. But for some reason there is no 3G. That could be a downside. It measures up at 0.4-inches thick being less than a

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  • 13Apr

    Doggie Phone Home

    SpotLight GPS dog tracking system brings together several resources to help you find and locate a wandering dog. In partnership with the AKC’s CAR, Companion Animal Recovery System, your cell phone and GPS technology, you can track the location of a dog wearing the SpotLight collar and transmitter. They also offer a free App for iPhone and Blackberry to use with the service. You can set Safe Spots for your dog to stay in, and get alerts on your phone if the dog leaves your designated area or yard. In the event of a loose dog, you can get turn by turn directions to connect with your agile Houdini. They back up the $14.95 a month Escape Artist service plan with toll free telephone support around the clock. The collars are also outfitted with a Rescue button, so that if someone finds your lost dog all they need to do

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  • 08Nov

    Gift Card for Qi Contest!

    Thanks to YouCast, we’re able to announce a great contest to help our readers get their hands on Energizer’s new inductive charger, a removable Qi sleeve for the iPhone 3GS/3G or a Qi door for the BlackBerry Curve 8900.  Coming Soon to Target stores, Best Buy and Amazon.   We’re running a contest, November 8th – 15th, to find a winner of a $25 Gift Card that may be used toward the purchase of one or all of these great products. So here’s how our contest is going to work: To enter, post a comment on this entry telling us what type of phone you have. For extra chances to win, RT this on Twitter: Enter me to Win a Gift Card for Qi! http://t.co/wjSmizX #GamingAngels On November 15th we’ll pick a winner from all the comments and tweets. Good luck!! More Product Information Follow

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  • 06Nov

    Energizer Has Qi

    Do you own a Smartphone?  This is a question that when asked these days is almost always answered, “Yes!”.  Well, Energizer is launching an inductive charger the with a removable Qi sleeve for the iPhone 3GS/3G and a Qi door for the BlackBerry Curve 8900 (sold separately).  What this means is, complete chord-free charging.  Can you say, Convenient? This advanced technology features Qi (chee), the new universal standard for inductive charging, so it will power up devices like smartphones, MP3 players, cameras – any device 5W or less – on a single charging station, now and in the future regardless of manufacturer.  Consumers can purchase it now knowing it will work with Qi devices for years to come without the need to update old technology.  It is designed to work with Qi-enabled devices, whether Qi is built into the device or the device has a Qi accessory.  Qi was developed by the Wireless Power

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  • 27Apr

    Oprah Goes Mobile

    Harpo Studios and Hands-On Mobile have teamed up to bring Oprah Mobile to the iPhone, BlackBerry, Palm Pre and Google Android. Oprah fans are now able to connect with her wherever and whenever they like. “With a presence that spans television, print, film and radio, we are delighted that we can now offer a mobile digital experience that will allow millions of Oprah fans to engage and connect in a new way,” said Erik Logan, president of Harpo Studios. “Being given the opportunity to take part of the Oprah universe to mobile is a great honor,” said Scott Scherer, vice president and general manager of mobile applications at Hands-On Mobile. “We’ve worked closely with the Harpo team to create an app that will serve as a one-stop-shop for Oprah’s digital audience to access and share great online content.” Oprah Mobile allows fans to access video clips and previews from future

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  • 24Feb

    ScanLife’s App for UPC bar code scanning

    I remember years ago when I found this perfect nail polish in a store. Of course, no price tag on either the bottle or the shelf. I stood there looking for one of those bar code scanners. After enough annoyance, I gave up. Of course I bought the polish. Now imagine if I had an app on my phone that would have told me that the wonderful polish was only five dollars.  Well that is now possible with ScanLife’s App. A new version of ScanLife’s App for bar code scanning was released this week for the Iphone, Android and Blackberry. The app functions by using the mobile phone’s camera to scan the UPC and then the app reads the bar code in order to retrieve product information for all product.  The new app is able to scan both 2D and 1D bar code into the app and identify the product. Consumers can download ScanLife free

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  • 29Jan

    Review: Foursquare

    I’m not talking about your old school foursquare, with chalk, a ball and too much aggression. I’m about about the moblie app, and web site designed for people on the move and who wish to explore. For the longest time Foursquare was limited to a list of cities. If your city wasn’t on the list, then it was pretty much pointless to have the app.  Since then it’s been upgraded to the “Elsewhere” mode, where you can check-in no matter where you are.  People from all over, including my isolated self, can check in, give updates, become mayor and provide suggestions of things to do.   Yet the question is, why should I even bother?  What,  I really enjoy about this concept is that it is away to explore new cities while traveling, as well as the place you have lived all your life.  I found a wonderful coffee shop in the middle of

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  • 06Jan

    One Billion People Will Own SmartPhones: Market Analysis

    There is nothing like a little bit of marketing analysis to get the day started right. As it stands now, many people are buying smartphones. I am sure if you poll the staff members at Gaming Angels.com, a number of us have smartphones. The difference is, that according to a report by David Luu entitled Handheld Device Convergence, we are still buying different deviced for different functions. If you look at my bag for travel, or for work, I have a number of items in there. I have a laptop, A DS, and Ipod, a digital camera and a cell phone. Yes, I carry a large bag. Taken from the report is the fact that by 2013 there will be about 1 billion users of smart phones by 2013. Last year, mobile phone ownership exceeded four billion users – which equates to nearly 60% of the world’s population. And in

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  • 21Nov

    iSpeech Announces DriveSafe.ly Nomination

    iSpeech has released a new innovative app everyone should check out. DriveSafe.ly is designed to prevent drivers from texting. With out any action from the user, the app reads text messages and emails in real time preventing driving distractions.The latest versions activates when users enter or exit the vehicle. DriveSafe.ly has been nominated for the 2009 Mashable Open Web Award for Best Mobile App. DriveSafe.ly is available for BlackBerry and Android at no cost. DriveSafe.ly is coming soon for the iPhone. To download the app, visit www.DriveSafe.ly Follow

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