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20 Set/09

Turn Your Camera Phone into a Police-Style Dash Cam [DIY]

Turn Your Camera Phone into a Police-Style Dash Cam [DIY]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Whatever your motivation for wanting to have a dash-cam, this simple hack will help you capture your road travels with a car-mounted camera. Tim Cox wanted to turn his iPhone into a Cops-style dash cam. He decided to take the simplest approach possible and simply cut a hole in his windshield-mounted iPhone holder that matched up to the camera on the iPhone. Now when his phone is mounted into the holder, he has a nice...

17 Set/09

Ditch Your Cellphone Contract with Attention to the Fine Print [Cellphones]

Ditch Your Cellphone Contract with Attention to the Fine Print [Cellphones]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Being locked into a less-than-favorable cellphone contract doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t worm your way out. If more conventional methods like trading out of a contract don’t do the trick, video site Howcast offers other more extreme ways to duck out. Among their suggestions is to take advantage of the “material adverse change” clause in your contract. In laymen terms, this means looking...

16 Mar/09

Contxts is a Text Message Replacement for Business Cards [Contacts]

Contxts is a Text Message Replacement for Business Cards [Contacts]

If carrying around regular old business cards seems really old-fashioned (or you’ve just run out), Contxts is your SMS alternative. Hand out a username, and anyone can text for your contact details. The concept is pretty simple, and requires only a cell phone capable of sending text messages. Sign up at Contxts with a username and phone number, then customize the information you want to be given out over SMS. You can write whatever you want within 140 basic characters, and add social...


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13 Nov/08

Notify.me Delivers RSS Items to Your Inbox, Cellphone, or IM Client [Notifications]

Notify.me Delivers RSS Items to Your Inbox, Cellphone, or IM Client [Notifications]

When you want the latest update to an important RSS feed sent to you wherever you are, the moment it’s published, give the Notify.me notification web service a try. Set up source feeds in Notify.me and have new items sent to you via instant message, SMS, or email. I signed up for Notify.me two days ago and got no new items from my feeds for a day; then yesterday afternoon the IM bot kicked in and I was getting notifications of new feed updates faster than my check-every-15-minutes...