There’s a lot going for the new iPhone 7. Apple claims that the iPhone 7 is the best they have brought out. The phone still has the same 4.7 and 5.5’’ screen sizes but there are some changes you’ll want to know about, apart from some trendy changes in colour schemes of the phone. Apart […]
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Instead of hosting a panel or doing a live interview in person to raise awareness about an issue, to promote a product, or to further engage your company’s customers or clients, you can have a “live” text conversation with this iPhone app, and share it publicly. While live in-person events can be a great way […]
If you could monitor your vital signs easily and quickly, with a device you’re probably always holding anyway, would it help you to make a difference in your health? Being able to instantly check your blood pressure, heart rate, temperature, and other vital signs, without having to go to a clinic or juggle multiple pieces […]
The Clorox Company last week launched its new Ingredients Inside smartphone application and mobile website. Now smartphone users have immediate access to information about Clorox ingredients for their household and commercial disinfecting, cleaning and laundry products in the U.S. and Canada. Next Step? Explain how the ingredients affect planet and human health.
After months of speculation, the coveted iPhone 4 is now available through Verizon. Market observers believe that Verizon could sell as many as 25 million of these gadgets in 2011 alone, as almost one-third of the company’s subscribers indicate that they will definitely switch to the iPhone this year. via Secure TradeIn Prepared For Massive […]
Unless you’ve been laid up in bed all this week, you’ve heard that Apple is releasing a new iPhone 3G-S with an amazing array of features But one you may not have heard of is a brilliant bridging between the iPhone and Zipcar.
These two are as they say peas in a pod, technology enhanced life(style) enhancements, for a demographic that I imagine likes that they get to both have what they want, when they want it, and do good by the planet at the same time.
This post is, in Rob’s words, part of a grand social media experiment to publish the first collective, simultaneous guest blog post from Max Gladwell. Our goal is for it be published simultaneously on 100 blogs, thus inspiring 100 simultaneous conversations from various points of view. We have more than 70 confirmed with some of the biggest and coolest in the blogosphere.
Mokugift is sponsoring 3rd Whale’s “Greenest Person On The Planet” contest, a search for the greenest person on the planet (Latin America, North America, Asia, Europe, Africa, Oceana)
GPS enabled phones such as the iPhone, Android, and Blackberry have made getting around so much easier, and in the case of geocaching, more fun. But what if you’re a green minded individual, in a city you’ve never been to before, or even in your own town, and want to know what businesses have got what you want?
Quick – What’s the easiest way to reduce your energy use and costs in your home? Better Insulation, perhaps? Solar panels on the roof? Microturbine on the lawn? All valid ways, but there’s an even more direct path. Your thermostat. If it’s more then an orange pointer to a temperature, in other words programmable, you […]
Computers crash, memories fail, back-ups are inevitable, your iPhone may not recall your accountant’s email. Now, I am not saying that there is no need for things like eCards or bzCards, but that they cannot unilaterally replace the paper card. In fact, our little ‘paper connectors’ become a craved luxuries in our electronic worlds
Recycling as an everyday practice has become more and more common these days. But what about all those gadgets you accumulate? What happens to them? There are many options out there, but for most, they involve more cost, effort, and time then our busy schedules or motivation will allow. Sure, there are some newer options […]