Google Voice is now open to anyone in the U.S. – no invitation is required. The free service provides one number to ring all your phones, voicemail transcriptions, and a ton of other things your carrier probably doesn’t provide. Check out the official Google Voice overview page for a complete list of features.
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Android users can now manage their money on the go with a free application from Mint.com, the leading online personal finance service (acquired by Intuit last year). You read out preview of the beta and now anyone can download it from the Market (yes, even Android 1.5).
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Venues and promoters finally have a better option for ticket scanning.
If you own a T-Mobile G1 Phone, chances are you have used one of the applications that reads barcodes. ShopSavvy and CompareEverywhere are the two most popular applications that make use of scanning. Each one allows the user to take a snapshot of a product UPC using ... Read More »