Posted on 08 July 2010
Filed under: Cell Phones, Video Games, iPhone
It’s been a hell of a month for Caucasians. First, there was the electric bicycle pedal, and, now, the e-dartboard. With the ‘KL Dartboard’ iPad app and its little sister iPhone app, ‘KL Darts,’ the developers at KeyLime3.14 have happily married two of white people’s favorite things: Apple stuff and darts. Any dart enthusiast with an iPad, an iPhone, a Bluetooth connection and $3.99 to spare can pick up the pair of apps, and get to throwing in no time. You might ask, “Why would I throw computer darts instead of real darts?” Well, friend, you can throw these darts anywhere, not just at your favorite “football pub.” Plus, these darts are safe for your children, who will undoubtedly be shaky due to the merlot they’ll have been sipping. [From: KeyLime3.14, via: TUAW]
Throw iDarts at iDartboard With Sister iPhone and iPad Apps originally appeared on Switched on Thu, 08 Jul 2010 08:20:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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Posted on 02 July 2010
While JPMorgan Chase & Co. certainly isn’t the first bank to do this — USAA has allowed its members to deposit checks by snapspot for just under a year now — it’s definitely the first major public bank to bring this stuff to the mainstream. A recent update to the Chase Mobile iPhone app enables customers to photograph the front and back of checks made out to them and then have it deposited directly into whatever Chase account (with their name on it, obviously) they choose. Better still, the service is completely free of charge, though it’s limited to Apple’s platform at the moment. Too bad you can’t just cut checks to yourself and live the life those goofy TV ads push so hard, but hey, at least you’re one step closer to pretending.
[Thanks to everyone who sent this in]
Chase Mobile iPhone app update: picture your paycheck deposited, and it’s there originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 02 Jul 2010 15:41:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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