There seems to be an endless list of apps that are available for smartphone users. Whether you're on Team Apple, Team Droid or Team something less relevant, there are a lot of options upon entering your app store.
As Halloween creeps ever closer, thrill seekers and amateur ghost hunters will start to snoop around to scare each other and try to find evidence of "the other side". If you fall into either of those groups, here are some suggestions to get you started on the cheap.
Superstorm Sandy and the Seaside Boardwalk Fire changed Ocean County forever. A talented group of designers, producers, and journalists got together to make an interactive app to bring you right into the experiences on the Seaside Heights and Seaside Park boardwalks.
I had gotten the iPhone 4 back when it first came out since my flip phone died on me, and all I kept getting from friends and relatives was, “Ray….you gotta be kidding”, every time I whipped out the old phone.
So, I’m now “tweeked” as they say...
Smartphone sales continue to be through the roof. The war between Apple and Android seems like it will be raging on for a long time. Apple's iPhone continues to lead the smartphone market in terms of sales and popularity but a new innovation by Samsung may change that in the long run.
As I've reflected on the iPhone 5 review that I wrote earlier, I kept coming back to the same theme in my mind and decided to try to do something about it. So I thought I'd write an open letter to Apple's CEO, Tim Cook: