INRIX, a traffic monitoring company and app maker, has released a list of the most congested cities in America.
Apps & Software
Playmysong launched a Spotify app this morning that can turn any computer into a jukebox containing most of the music in the world, for free.
One of the best third-party Twitter clients just got even better.
Lettrs allows you to send long-form messages to a friend’s inbox or to a real-world mailbox, directly from your iPhone or computer. It’s somewhat like the eCard sites and apps that now let you send cards via the USPS.
It’s a breathalyzer with a Bluetooth connection, so you can display your level of drunkenness on your cellphone. The fun doesn’t stop there, though.
If you absolutely must send a text message while driving, you may be no better off using Siri or other voice software than you would typing the message by hand.
For those times when you’re lying on the couch and your cellphone, tablet, landline, laptop and desktop are just out of reach, but you happen to be playing Xbox 360, you can now order pizza from Pizza Hut.
A clever e-mail program shows off Microsoft’s new operating system to good advantage.
The newest additions to the universal-remote line include a fancy touchscreen version and an app for iPhones and Android handsets.
Four days after Facebook Home’s release, its Chat Heads feature has migrated to the iPhone and iPad.
There are many note-taking apps and systems out there, but these three with their ties into larger product families are your best options for staying organized at home, at work and on the go.
Fifty must-have apps, from A to Z: here’s a list of essentials every iPad owner should consider