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17 Ago/09

ControlPad Turns Your Number Pad into an Application Launcher [Downloads]

ControlPad Turns Your Number Pad into an Application Launcher [Downloads]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Windows only: ControlPad is a lightweight application launcher that uses the number pad on your keyboard as a quick launcher for applications and system commands. Once you’ve downloaded the portable version or installed ControlPad you can access the quick launch dialogue box, as seen here, by pressing the * key on your number pad. The box pops up and you key in a string of numbers that have been linked to the effect...

3 Ago/09

More Ways to Eliminate Cellphone Voicemail Instructions [Voicemail]

More Ways to Eliminate Cellphone Voicemail Instructions [Voicemail]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); New York Times tech columnist/reviewer David Pogue continues his worthy war against unnecessary, money-grabbing voicemail “instructions,” digging up an actual elimination tip for Sprint customers and a few suggestions for everyone else. As most people know by now, cellphone voicemail systems offer “guidance” to callers on how to leave a message. You do it “after the tone,” you see,...

14 Lug/09

Fonolo Records Customer Service Calls for You [Customer Service]

Fonolo Records Customer Service Calls for You [Customer Service]

Fonolo, the previously mentioned webapp that phones directly to the right spot in a customer service phone tree, added another killer pro-customer feature: One-click call recording, right from the spot where you jump into the “Press 1 for X” fray. Fonolo’s basic functionality is still the same. Find the company you’re calling from among the roughly 500 supported, then browse through a tabbed phone tree listing of all the options, with the voice prompts transcribed...