iphone

What technology did you wish for that eventually (slowly or quickly) came to be and now you can’t live without?

Dragon Dictate for iPad/iPhone is here!

by Lee Hopkins on December 13, 2010 · 2 comments

in clippings,tools

. Dragon Dictation and Dragon Search are now available – at no charge – from Apple’s Australian iTunes store

BP has clever new iPhone app

by Lee Hopkins on November 16, 2010 · 1 comment

in clippings,tools

search for service stations that have particular services, such as ATMs, or carwashes

Damn you, Autocorrect!

by Lee Hopkins on November 11, 2010 · 1 comment

in humour

Warning: you may laugh out loud!

Courtesy of Nick Homes a Court at BuzzNumbers, as well as Brian Giesen from Ogilvy, comes some Nielsen numbers that seem to indicate that 1.42 million Aussies visited Twitter.com last month. But, as Nick points out in a comment on Brian’s post, the Nielsen stats only show browser visits to twitter.com; it doesn’t seem to […]

Run ‘Office’ on your iPad? Yes, you can

by Lee Hopkins on July 22, 2010

in clippings,tools

Well, go to the foot of my stairs! Who would have thought that the iPad could run Windows applications? I know Apple fanboys will ask, “Why would you want to?” but for the vast majority of we the computer-using population the ability to use the software we are familiar with on the latest Apple marvel […]

Is your iPhone more like a miniature-sized laptop with a voice application on it?

Security is at hand for your hand-held device

by Lee Hopkins on May 28, 2010

in tools

you might want to think about investing in some of these new security features

There you have it – FIR installed on your device, ready to go!

Music Rescue came to my rescue – again!

by Lee Hopkins on January 12, 2010

in Uncategorized

Music Rescue did, indeed, rescue me; I have my carefully crafted playlists still intact.