Introducing Smart Buttons, our new Windows app for IFTTT

For automating the smart home I use IFTTT a lot. IFTTT stands for “If This then that “and is web site where you can create applets that link triggers to actions. For example you could have your Philips Hue turn on when a light sensor determines it’s getting dark or…

Quick Look – Enterprise Car Club

I live in Brighton, a city notorious for its hatred of the automobile. With the density of population continuing to increase, the joy of owning a car is often outweighed by the cost and aggravation of looking after the thing. Most urban areas have relatively good transportation systems, so making…

Ski Tracks 1.6 for IOS review

If, like me, you like to spend a few days a year risking life and limb slithering down snowy hills strapped to a pair of skis or a snowboard, then there are a multitude of tracking applications available for your Android or IOS smartphone. One of the more well-known is…

Windows 8 Music App–Music in the cloud

The Windows 8 Music App available on the Start Screen has been much maligned and is due for a bit of an overhaul in Windows 8.1. Whilst it is true enough that it isn’t the easiest tool to manage your library in I have found it pretty good for casual…

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TDL Mobile Show 69

Another tech filled week has flown by so Jon and Sheldon are here to bring you the latest news from the mobile world. This week we look at more rumoured delays for Windows Phone 7 updates, the slightly early release of iOS 4.3, iPhone personal HotSpot nightmares thanks to the…

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First Impressions: iPad 2 & iOS 4.3

Less than 24 hours after release and you are probably all sick of posts about the iPad 2 by now, but I wanted to get my initial impressions out about the new iPad 2 and iOS 4.3 release while they are fresh in my mind. As TDL readers will probably…

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TDL Mobile No.46

No Jose this week but Jon and Sheldon hold the fort with this weeks news as well as some thoughtful insights into the possible future of mobile computing in the cloud.  As usual take a listen and give us your feedback, we are always keen to get your thoughts on…

App Video Review: WSJ for iPad

If you’ve been listening to the TDL Mobile podcast, you’ve heard my excitement over the WSJ app for the iPad. Although there were quite a few iPad apps available at launch, few offered anything new that wasn’t already available on their iPhone counterparts. The WSJ app seems to stand out and…

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