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Browse for stuff on your phone, take a screenshot, and SnapUp makes that info shop-able.
Men have to request access or be invited to join
We look at a trio of smartphone accessories aimed at alerting you when you've had one too many. But which device came out on top?
The City of San Francisco had to send a cease-and-desist letter to an Italian startup that encourages auctioning off public parking places. I mean, really now.
Sure, sure, you want a clean house. You try. You can handle the immediate mess when you see it; it’s just hard to keep up with on a regular basis. These apps can help you keep everything orderly.
Jawbone's Up Coffee tells you when to put down the latte so you can go to bed on time.
Get the best word-of-mouth recommendations from the people you (should) trust the most: Your friends and family.
A future update to the iOS cooking app is going to add next-day ingredient delivery for users in San Francisco and Los Angeles. If all goes well, the feature rolls out to other cities later this year.
This iOS app features user-generated walking tours packed with activities.
Apple reportedly won't OK Steve Jobs-themed offerings for its App Store, and the mobile world is a gloomier place because of that.
It's kind of like Spotify -- but with food. Yummly recommends recipes based on your personal tastes.
Breather's app lets iPhone users unlock private rooms for work and conferencing.