EE and Vodafone jump the gates in providing easy travel payments

Mobile providers are rushing to offer contactless payment for TFL when it is launched on the 16th of September on the London Underground system. Contactless payment cards are debit, credit, charge or pre-paid cards that can be used to make quick, easy and secure payments for everyday purchases under £20. There is no need for … Continue reading EE and Vodafone jump the gates in providing easy travel payments

Review round-up: Microsoft Office for iPad

Microsoft Office has touched down on Apple’s ubiquitous tablet, delivering an authentic Office experience to those who simply feel more at home with Microsoft’s age-old suite. iPad users can now download Word, Excel and Powerpoint for iPad from the App Store, with the promise of delivering an unbeatable local and cloud productivity experience. It’s available … Continue reading Review round-up: Microsoft Office for iPad

5 Christmas apps to help the festive season go smoothly

It’s less than a month now and we can’t help feel a glimmer of excitement that Christmas is on its way. Each year we say to ourselves, “I’m going to start planning Christmas earlier this year,” but before we know it, it’s mid-December and we’ve not even bought one present. With the advances in technology … Continue reading 5 Christmas apps to help the festive season go smoothly

The best features in Android KitKat 4.4

New versions of Android don’t arrive with the same kind of hullabaloo as they used to, nor it would seem the same numerical significance. After Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 and Jelly Bean 4.1-4.3, the newest kid on the block is KitKat 4.4 so called thanks to a strange deal struck between Google and Nestlé. KitKat … Continue reading The best features in Android KitKat 4.4

getWaiter app aims to put an end to “Garcon, Garcon!”

Garcon! Garcon! Caught your attention? How about if I click my fingers? Or suggestively waggle my eyebrows whilst miming a pen in the air? No … well then maybe I’ll use a brand new app on my phone – getWaiter. Perhaps the dictionary definition of a first world problem, getWaiter was created by entrepreneurs Paul … Continue reading getWaiter app aims to put an end to “Garcon, Garcon!”

Get On Trac: Puma launches new running app

Do you reckon you run faster on a sunny day? Or that Iron Maiden will always be champions of the definitive early morning run soundtrack? Perhaps you believe you’re at your physical peak during a full moon? Well it’s time to put these theories to the test with Puma’s new free iPhone app Pumatrac. Thankfully, … Continue reading Get On Trac: Puma launches new running app

Parallels Access Turns Your Windows / Mac Programs Into iPad Apps

Being able to get at your computer from your tablet is nothing new — apps like TeamViewer and LogMeIn already to a great job, and a free for non-commercial use — but Parallels Access offers something a little different. It optimises the programs running on your computer so that they mimic iPad apps, supporting the … Continue reading Parallels Access Turns Your Windows / Mac Programs Into iPad Apps