There’s a new app in town and it’s got one noble goal: To help you find room in your budget to donate to non-profits. How does this app accomplish such a daunting task? It prompts the user to reconsider their purchases and urges them to donate. The app, called Instead, makes [...]Read more ›
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The smartphone market was once dominated by California’s Apple. But there’s now fierce competition from other players like Samsung and Nokia. And for tech junkies out there, staying fresh with the latest technology means wondering what to do with your old phone. But a San Diego-based company makes getting rid [...]Read more ›
Have you ever been annoyed by weather forecasters who call for sunshine, but you get rained on instead? We can be forgiving once in awhile because weather experts are still prone to human error. But if you’d like to take matters into your own hands, there’s a nifty device out [...]Read more ›
Just when you thought your iPhone couldn’t get any smarter, it looks like it’s now got a knack for telling you what’s organic. And what’s not. A company called Lapka has created a free app and accompanying “personal environment monitor” that you can attach to your iPhone. This gadget can [...]Read more ›
Leading UK solar energy resource site Solar Panels UK has just launched their first solar panel application for both iPad and iPhone. This application aids consumers who are considering the installation of solar panels onto their roof or other site to determine the potential efficiency that could be obtained. The [...]Read more ›
It is plainly obvious that, in order to begin to cut back on your energy consumption, you must first be aware of how, when and where you are using that energy. Once that data is in the hands of the consumer, it is proven that power use can be reduced [...]Read more ›
Our generation’s technological landscape has largely been defined by three prevailing trends. The first of these is miniaturization. Miniaturization doesn’t necessarily entail electronic devices becoming tinier (as attested to by the iPad, which is practically a large iPhone minus the “phone” part). Rather, it is the capacity to stuff [...]Read more ›