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Red Laser Update!

by Doc Coleman - Nifty Tech Editor June 25, 2010 iOS

It is just Update-a-Go-Go this week! Monday, I published my review of Red Laser, Tuesday, Google Voice goes out of Beta which prompted yesterday’s update, and Thursday amidst all the iPhone hype, eBay announces that they have purchased Red Laser and that the app is now Free. What will today bring?


Red Laser

by Doc Coleman - Nifty Tech Editor June 21, 2010 iOS

Ever since the iPhone came out, users have wanted something that will let them scan barcodes with their phones and find out if the same item is being offered elsewhere at a better price. Red Laser does just that, with a simple and intuitive interface. Red Laser was created by Occipital, LLC. and normally costs […]


iPhone 4, Something new, or more of the same?

by Doc Coleman - Nifty Tech Editor June 15, 2010 Editorial

With great fanfare, and very little surprise, Apple announced this year’s version of the iPhone last week. And probably the most surprising thing about it is that we’ve seen it before. Thanks to Gizmodo and their somewhat questionable approach to journalistic ethics and property laws.


Poll time.

by Doc Coleman - Nifty Tech Editor June 9, 2010 Feedback

Last month’s poll was about ways to process text, and the results were a little disappointing. The three respondents were equally tied between TextEdit, Pages, and Open Office Writer. It is hard to draw any kind of conclusions with such a small sampling, but if I had to hazard I guess, I’d say it is […]



by Doc Coleman - Nifty Tech Editor June 7, 2010 iOS

Are you one of those people who goes out to a restaurant and has great ideas over dinner? You scribble them down on a napkin, or the back of your receipt and then stuff it into your wallet or a coat pocket and never seem to get back to it? Or if you do get […]


Grocery Gadget

by Doc Coleman - Nifty Tech Editor May 10, 2010 iOS

This week’s Nifty Tech Blog review is one of those iPhone apps that we talked about a few weeks ago.  Although Grocery Gadget started out as an iPhone app, it has grown to something a bit more.  It makes a fair bid to being one of the most creative ways to manage all your shopping […]