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Speed for Maps adds a Speedometer to iPhone Map App

Jailbreaking always add functionality to iPhone in a very useful kind of a way, I am always in search of some cool Jailbreak tweaks and addons that will further enhance the usability of my iPhone. So today I will be sharing a very interesting find with you that will add a very useful function to your Jailbroken iPhone. Google Maps application on all the iDevice is quite lacking when we [...]

iTunes Lyrics Adder: Add Lyrics to Your Music Library on iTunes

iTunes is increasingly becoming the primary music manager and player for a large chunk of users, I personally use iTunes mainly because of the option set it offers and partly because I can manage my music collection on various devices like my iPad and iPhone. Music lovers normally prefer lining up lyrics of songs collections they have, adding lyrics not only improve the song listening experience but it also enhances [...]

Androids Popular Dolphin Browser Now Hits the Apple App store

We have covered extensively about iOS Browser apps in the past on CAG, specially the release of Skyfire browser for iOS was really a celebration thing because it allows users to play flash contents on their iDevice. But now another browsing sensation that is highly popular on Android platform has hit the Apple App store. Dolphin is the name of this third-party browser and according to many in the app [...]

HP TouchPad Can Now Dual-boot WebOS & Android 2.3.5 [Video]

Looks like the abandoned HP TouchPad is going to have a bright future after all. HP decided to stop production of the HP TouchPad and stop development on it's operating system for tablets and mobile phones, the webOS. Soon after, the TouchPad received huge discounts on it's selling price, dipping as low as $99. People took that opportunity to get themselves a feel of the webOS and the TouchPad. Hence, [...]

Jux: Share Pictures, Videos & Contents in 6 Innovative Ways

Blogging is rapidly becoming a mode where people can share their opinions, views and information, in recent times platforms like WordPress and Bloggers have made setting up a personal blog way too easy. You can setup your blog and make it up and running in a matter of minutes with these platforms. You can find scores of blogs online, ranging from Travel blogs to Food blogs or simple personal or [...]

Create Diagrams Using Sentences with Diagrammer

Are you working on any project and want to find an easier way to create diagrams to improve the presentation of your project? Now, we all know that it is not easy to create diagrams in Microsoft Word and can be a time consuming task if you use other software like Paint, Photoshop and simply any software. To help you save time and create good looking diagrams for your projects, [...]

Easily Expand Short URLs with KnowURL

Internet is not a safe place any more. Before opening any URL from a person, one must make sure that it will not take him to some malicious or unsafe site. If it does, there is a high probability that your PC will be infected with loads of viruses and Trojans. And many people these days shorten URLs for easy access and sharing. What I normally do when someone shares [...]

Samsung Galaxy Note: Neither a Phone nor a Tablet

Talk about not knowing the difference between speed and top speed and this new device from Samsung falls under the same category. A device that's neither a mobile phone nor a tablet device. Kind of the same situation we had with the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Samsung unveiled a new device at IFA today, the Galaxy Note, which is literally too huge to be called a phone, but it is one. [...]

Sony Announces Reader Wi-Fi, Enters E-Reader Arena

Sony recently unveiled it's first tablets, code-named S1 and S2, which were launched earlier today at IFA. Along with that, they also. to everyone's surprise, announced a Sony E-book Reader to compete with the likes of Kindle and Nook Color. The Reader Wi-fi from Sony, as it's known, has been credited as the lightest e-book reader on the planet running on the Android operating system. That's not the only thing [...]

Antirun: Protect your PC from Virus Infected Removable Media Devices

Most of the times it is the USB and flash drives that are the main carriers of viruses in PCs, we normally plug them in our PCs without first scanning them for malicious programs and viruses. But today I will be reviewing an application that will very much solve this problem of virus influx via USB Devices. Here is a brief run down of the application. What is Antirun? Antirun [...]