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iPhone 5 to support portable computing using NFC

November 1st, 2010

A new report from Cult of Mac suggests that Apple may have some nifty new features in store for the upcoming iPhone 5. Rumors that the iPhone 5 will utilize NFC are nothing new at this point, but this morning’s claims cover a very unique feature for the underutilized technology. The report suggests that the …

LogMeIn Ignition now available for $30 in the Android Market

July 14th, 2010

LogMeIn Ignition, the mobile client for the popular LogMeIn remote access service, has made its official debut in the Android market. Available initially as a free beta, the full version was made available on Wednesday for a pricey $30. Similar to the iPhone version, LogMeIn Ignition for Android lets users control a remote Mac or …

Phone Creeper: Novel security suite or spyware tool for Windows Mobile

June 21st, 2009

Touted as an espionage tool but more closely resembling spyware is a new application, Phone Creeper, written by xda-developer member chetstriker. Once installed on a Windows Mobile 5, 6.1 or 6.5 handset with .NET CF 3.5, the software tool can be used to: secretly and remotely read incoming / outgoing sms secretly and remotely delete …

LogMeIn launches LogMeIn Ignition for iPhone and iPod Touch

December 22nd, 2008

LogMeIn users rejoice! The creator of one of the most popular remote computer access solutions available has just announced the availability of its iPhone / iPod Touch application. Now, Apple handset owners can use the new LogMeIn Ignition app to access any and all of their registered computers while on the go – or from …