Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Badabing app finds racy Facebook photos of your friends and more

Badabing app for iPhone

IPhone app that finds racy Facebook photos raises privacy worries

Article Snip: "...The application, called Badabing, searches tagged photos and posted albums from as many as five Facebook friends at a time. The app returns the Facebook pictures as a list that can be easily liked, bookmarked and shared...."


Tuesday, October 30, 2012

A must read article

Warning! Protect your credit card

NFCProxy: why you want to protect your credit card

Although this app and the technology involved is amazing and useful for credit card transactions, you may want to take a look at this article and the video to educate yourself on how this technology can be misused to your detriment. The app, and many more out there, can be used to skim your credit card information and then use it at at a credit card reader found at almost all cash register checkouts at almost any store. Imagine you are sitting at work, a restaurant, or anywhere and you have your credit card in your pocket or sitting on a counter for some reason. Then someone innocently sets their phone down next to it. Tap!! ...your credit card information has been skimmed and twenty minutes later someone just purchased that VIZIO 55-Inch Theater 3D Edge Lit Razor LED LCD HDTV with Internet Apps at your expense. It is that easy. What if you are at a checkout and you hand your credit card to the cashier or salesperson and they simply set it down next to their phone while processing your purchase? Tap ...they have your information. Keep your card in view and away from smartphones and think about purchasing an inexpensive credit card protector like the Identity Stronghold Secure Sleeve / Case for Id & Credit Card - Pack of 10 from Amazon. Please send this article link to your friends and family to educate and protect them: or simply scan our QR code found below to get the article link on your smartphone:

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Source: Android and iPhone Apps and News

NFCProxy: why you want to protect your credit card

NFCProxy: why you want to protect your credit card

"...NFCProxy is a an Android app that lets you proxy transactions between an RFID credit card and a reader. The saved transactions can be replayed to skim credit cards or the RFID credit card can be replayed at a POS terminal..." Reference:

NFCProxy demonstration as found on youtube:

Android apps: updates and more

New Android apps worth downloading: Google Search update, Flip Launcher, Chrono Trigger

Article Snip: "...Google Search's latest update gives the app new capabilities – including the ability to help you book hotels, flights and restaurant reservations. Flip Launcher comes next, making it easier to launch your favorite apps without going and searching for them. Finally, role-playing classic Chrono Trigger finally makes the leap through time from 1995 to your Android device...."


Saturday, October 27, 2012

"Tips and Tricks" apps for Droid and iPhone

How Smart Is That Phone? Apps Unveil the Tricks

Article Snip: "...Among the best iPhone "tips" apps I've found is Tips for iPhone -- Tricks & Secrets (currently free on iTunes). This has been freshly updated for iOS 6 and has hoards of handy hints and tricks...."


Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Six apps that help cheaters cover their tracks

Cheating Spouse: 6 Sneaky Apps For Two-Timers

Article Snip: "...the development of mobile apps that help cheaters cover their tracks has made infidelity a no-brainer. Click through the slides before to see six sneaky apps that aid two-timers in their adultery. ..."

Tags: Slydial app, Cate App, TigerText app, Vaulty Stocks app, BlackBook app, Mobile Vault app,

Sunday, October 21, 2012

History Here app - discover history all around you

History Here app

Article Snip: "...Whether you’re on vacation or just running errands, the app makes it simple and fun to get the facts on the history hidden all around you! Features: Select your current location..."


Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Dictation app - Philips Dictation Recorder

Philips Dictation Recorder

Article Snip: "...Capture your thoughts on the move with Philips Dictation Recorder app for Android. Philips Dictation Recorder app for Android presents a new dimension to wireless working. Recording, editing and sending dictation files from your Android device offers mobile flexibility and reduces document turnaround time. SpeechExec is the perfect companion for your Android device, delivering everything you need for secure, wireless dictation workflow. Enhance your productivity • The Philips dictation recorder app for Android offers editing functions such as insert, overwrite and append for professional recording control • Priority setting for getting urgent jobs processed first Designed for professionals ..."


Monday, October 15, 2012

Apps for Blood Pressure and Health

Smartphone Apps to Monitor and Lower Your Blood Pressure

Article Snip: "... As more and more people are taking control of their health, smartphone apps are becoming increasingly popular in educating and helping folks to get started. Blood pressure apps are certainly some of the more popular apps. An Android search of blood pressure apps..."


Wednesday, October 10, 2012

IDEAL Currency Identifier app

Gov’t launches Android app to help the blind scan bills, hear denomination read aloud

Article Snip: "...launch the free app. U.S. Treasurer Rosie Rios says the “IDEAL Currency Identifier” is intended to give the blind more independence. There’s already a similar free app called EyeNote for Apple device..."


Tuesday, October 2, 2012

PlaceRaider app uses your phone camera to spy

New Android Malware App Turns Phone into Surveillance Device

Article Snip: "...Researchers from the Naval Surface Warfare Center and Indiana University’s School of Informatics and Computing introduced PlaceRaider late last week, putting a new spin on burglary and espionage while coining the term visual malware. PlaceRaider exploits innate weaknesses in Android to use the phone’s camera to surreptitiously take photographs, and send that data off to a command and control server where an attacker could build a 3D model of the victim’s environment...."