Archive for Dan Sung

INTERVIEW: Neon Play's Paper Glider - the 10 billionth App Store download

INTERVIEW: Neon Play's Paper Glider - the 10 billionth App Store download

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Oli Christie might not have won the National Lottery on Saturday night but at about the same he hit a jackpot of his own. Having just put his kids to bed the MD of Cirencester based app development firm Neon Play went down stairs to find a missed call... >>

Best selling iPhone apps of all time

Best selling iPhone apps of all time

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There are app lists and there are app lists. This one, however, is neither of those. This one is the app list. It's the app list because it represents not just what Pocket-lint thinks are good apps - although incidentally, it's well worth keeping you... >>

Lovefilm and Amazon to bring movies to your phone

Lovefilm and Amazon to bring movies to your phone

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With so many dealings with each other in the past, it's of little surprise that Amazon has finally decided to buy up UK based movie rental service Lovefilm. The companies have been intertwined ever since Lovefilm acquired Amazon's European DVD rental... >>

Wikipedian Jimmy Wales talks favourites, faults and the future

Wikipedian Jimmy Wales talks favourites, faults and the future

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Jimmy Wales looks exactly like his picture. Any of Wikipedia’s 400 million readers would recognise the site’s founder as he sits across a coffee table from Pocket-lint on a wet afternoon in a ground floor office space in East London. There’s the... >>

iOS 4.3 - all the details from the developer drop

iOS 4.3 - all the details from the developer drop

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iOS 4.3 has arrived for those on the developer side of the iPhone platform but that doesn’t mean that the rest of us can’t get a few sneaky looks of what we can expect when it turns up on our handsets in the not too distant future. March is the expect... >>

iPhone 4 Verizon vs iPhone 4 AT&T

iPhone 4 Verizon vs iPhone 4 AT&T

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Finally AT&T has some competition in the US as the iPhone hits Verizon. Just because there are two networks carrying Apple’s darling though, that doesn’t mean that it’s quite the same deal with both companies. Yes, there’s that small matter of... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Mint.com (Internet, iPhone & Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Mint.com (Internet, iPhone & Android)

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Today we’re going to excite you and deflate you in equal measure. Then we’re going to give you another tickle of hope and call it a day. When we started App of the Day all the way back in two thousand and something or other, we began with a mission... >>

CES 2011 Tablet-counter: The score so far...26

CES 2011 Tablet-counter: The score so far...26

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The world awaits the sea of tablets we're expecting to get launched at CES 2011 but, with so many exhibitors and simultaneous press conferences rattling off like a barrage of Gatling guns, it's already looking hard to keep tabs on them all. Fear not though,... >>

CES 2011 in 3D

CES 2011 in 3D

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If there were two things we knew we’d be seeing at CES 2011, it was tablets and 3D. We’ve not been disappointed. We’ve been bringing you all the tablets as they come in on our CES tablet-counter but now it’s time to talk of the other; so what... >>

Fujifilm FinePix X100 hands on

Fujifilm FinePix X100 hands on

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UPDATE: We've had a second chance to get some more pictures of the camera at CES in Las Vegas (7 January) so we've added them in with this set so you can see more of the camera up close. Unfortunately the camera still isn't a working model and Fujifilm... >>

Dell Streak 7 vs Samsung Galaxy Tab 4G

Dell Streak 7 vs Samsung Galaxy Tab 4G

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The two hot 7-inch tablets at CES 2011 have to be the Dell Streak 7 and the new and improved Samsung Galaxy Tab 4G. But the question for us at Pocket-lint, as ever, is which one of them is better? Which one is the mini-tab that you should be spending... >>

Motorola Xoom vs Apple iPad

Motorola Xoom vs Apple iPad

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The Motorola Xoom is here with all its Android 3.0 Honeycomb fun and, yes, it looks sexy. That’s right, we said sexy. If you want an idea of just how sexy we think it is, then take a look at Rik’s sexy hands all over it. Of course, now that we’ve... >>

Android 3.0 Honeycomb: all the details...

Android 3.0 Honeycomb: all the details...

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While the majority of Google phone users still wait for their Gingerbread update, CES 2011 has brought us a sneak preview of Android 3.0 aka Android Honeycomb. Rather than handsets, this time it’s all about the tablet and, in fact, larger devices in... >>

Olympus XZ-1 vs Panasonic LX5

Olympus XZ-1 vs Panasonic LX5

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The launch of the Olympus XZ-1 high end point and shoot camera at CES 2011 brings yet another contender into what has become a very exciting genre of device for both enthusiasts and beginners alike. We’ve already had our review team give the Panasonic... >>

Olympus XZ-1 vs Canon PowerShot S95

Olympus XZ-1 vs Canon PowerShot S95

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The launch of the Olympus XZ-1 camera at CES 2011 brings yet another contender into what has become a very exciting genre of device for both enthusiasts and beginners alike. We’ve already had our review team give the Canon PowerShot S95 the one, twice,... >>

Toshiba ready to sell glasses-free 3D TVs

Toshiba ready to sell glasses-free 3D TVs

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The world knew that CES 2011 was going to have a heavy 3D bent, but to go glasses-free so soon is the big news from Toshiba. The self-proclaimed leader of innovation has put its money where its mouth is at its press conference in Vegas by saying that... >>

LG shows off glasses-free 3D mobile phone screen

LG shows off glasses-free 3D mobile phone screen

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LG is puffing up its chest at CES 2011 by showing off a 3D screen for mobile phones that doesn't need you to wear glasses. The 4.3-inch, 480x800px (WVGA) display is a touchscreen LCD panel solution on top of which sits the clever part that does the autostereoscopic... >>

What is Quora?

What is Quora?

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If the question what is Quora hasn’t already been on your mind, then check through your Facebook and Twitter accounts and it very soon will be. As ever on Pocket-lint, we like to tell you what the new and exciting gadgets and internet services are all... >>

Making your hearing better - gadgets for cleaning your ears

Making your hearing better - gadgets for cleaning your ears

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All the great audio equipment in the world isn’t going to make a lot of difference if your ears are clogged up with wax. Before we get going on the latest gadgets to clean it out, we should state that ear wax in general is a very good thing. It lubricates... >>

Best websites of 2010

Best websites of 2010

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We love a good website on Pocket-lint. In fact, we love it so much that we tell you about a new one each day in a feature known as Website of the Day, just in case you've managed to miss it all this time. With the year nearly a-close like a door that's,... >>

2010: A year in review, November

2010: A year in review, November

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After the tsunami of gadgets that washed up on our pages over, well, the rest of the year really, November 2010 was quite a pleasant time to take a closer look at the few that were afforded a big launch that month - as well as some of the sillier news... >>

Facebook more popular than Google

Facebook more popular than Google

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2010 has been a good year for Facebook. That's according to the Hitwise figures released showing that it's had more online visitors than Google, at least in the USA. The stats say that Facebook.com accounted for 8.93 per cent of all US internet traffic... >>

Nokia N8 making decent sales

Nokia N8 making decent sales

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Nokia has managed to sell a surprisingly okay number N8 smartphones. The flagship mobile has rung through the tills a very respectable 4 million times since its release in October 2010. The stats come courtesy of Finnish website Inderes Oy (Google Translate... >>

2010: A year in review, September

2010: A year in review, September

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One often looks at CES and January as the biggest moments in the tech calendar but there’s no doubt that 2010 was all about September. The month started with a bang as this year’s IFA show in Berlin caught the beginning of autumn rather than the end... >>

2010: A year in review, May

2010: A year in review, May

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The world was aflutter with pre-World Cup fever in May 2010. The competition wasn’t due to start until the following month but that didn’t stop the retailers coming up with as many football related tech deals as they could think of. It also meant... >>