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Todo.ly is "an intuitive and easy to use online to do list and task manager." http://lgno.me/bVntzP

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Todo.ly is "an intuitive and easy to use online to do list and task manager." http://lgno.me/bVntzP

Seattle online collaboration startup Sandglaz raises cash

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Nada Aldahleh There’s no shortage of competition in the online collaboration space, creating tools to make teams work together more efficiently. The competitive landscape was highlighted earlier this month when Bellevue-based Smartsheet.com reeled in $26 million in fresh funding, and just today Seattle’s Liquid Planner unveiled a new set of project...
Seattle online collaboration startup Sandglaz raises cash

5,000 Pound Crab-Like Robot Can Walk On Asteroids

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Gravitational pull on most asteroids is pretty low. That’s why NASA’s rover ATHLETE (All Terrain Hex Limbed Extra Terrestrial Explorer) — with its dexterous arms and the ability to crawl across low-weight environments — could become useful in the future to explore rocky space surfaces and treacherous conditions. ATHLETE...
5,000 Pound Crab-Like Robot Can Walk On Asteroids

Letterpress, Evernote, Procreate top Apple's list of best-designed apps of 2013

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As part of its role as a design-centric company and so it can continue to encourage the best practices of appmakers, Apple on Monday evening announced the winners of its annual Apple Design Awards at WWDC 2013. The 11 winners come from the Mac, iPhone and iPad developer worlds, and...
Letterpress, Evernote, Procreate top Apple's list of best-designed apps of 2013

Announcing the Windows 8 Editions

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Today I would like to share information with you on the editions that will be available for "Windows 8" when it is released to market. We have talked about Windows 8 as Windows reimagined, from the chipset to the user experience. This also applies to the editions available – we...
Announcing the Windows 8 Editions

My iOS 7 wish list

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Hopefully, we are soon approaching the time when Apple will reveal its roadmap for iOS for 2013 — most likely sometime this summer when the company holds its annual Worldwide Developers Conference. Since I’ve used other mobile operating systems over the last year, this year leading up to the reveal...
My iOS 7 wish list
Meet the guys behind the iPhone's best calendar app

Windows 8: hidden tricks and shortcuts

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This sponsored post is produced by Staples. Exploring Windows 8 is a like treasure hunting: every so often, you find a hidden gem. Since the operating system launched in October, Windows 8 revealed a wide range of secrets for those curious enough to find them, ranging from quick shortcuts to helpful maintenance tools....
Windows 8: hidden tricks and shortcuts

Postbox adds Things and OmniFocus support

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Filed under: Software, ProductivityThe first time I heard about Postbox, it was a relatively new email client for the Mac. Based on the details in the first announcement and my trial run, I was very intrigued. I recall telling the rest of TUAW that -- if its stated goals were...
Postbox adds Things and OmniFocus support

Android users: Got a buck? Spend it on these 4 apps

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Now that the Google Play store has hit 25 billion downloads, Google is offering select apps for a quarter over the coming days. A quick scan of today’s $0.25 picks show a wide range of apps, from exercise tracking to productivity to games and more. The whole list is worth a look,...
Android users: Got a buck? Spend it on these 4 apps

MetaLab Updates Ballpark to Help Small Businesses, But Don't Call it a Revolution

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This is awkward. Just one day after Sarah explained why there hasn’t been a small business software revolution, MetaLab has decided to update its long-standing invoicing app aimed at – you guessed it – freelancers and small businesses, Ballpark. Based in the maybe-not-so-great White North, MetaLab has been working on this Ballpark...
MetaLab Updates Ballpark to Help Small Businesses, But Don't Call it a Revolution

dNORAM asks 'what can you do now?'

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dNORAM is a new task management app for iOS from Susanku. It’s a free download that purports to “streamline day to day activities in an efficient manner” and help users to remember small tasks that are tied to locations as well as bigger projects. dNORAM’s interface is minimalist and straightforward....
dNORAM asks 'what can you do now?'

AT&T Galaxy Note review

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It was once said that if a phone or tablet used a stylus its hardware designers had blown it. It was also said that if the software on that device contained a task manager that coders had similarly missed the mark. The Samsung Galaxy Note on AT&T contains what...
AT&T Galaxy Note review

Nozbe - getting things done gtd software task manager and to-do list for project management and time tracking. Now on Apple iPhone and Mobile Phone!

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Nozbe - getting things done gtd software task manager and to-do list for project management and time tracking. Now on Apple iPhone and Mobile Phone!

GQueues is A Google-Oriented Task Manager [Task Manager]

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GQueues is A Google-Oriented Task Manager [Task Manager]

New iPhone, iPad and Android Apps for January 2012

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2012 started with a flourish of new apps across iPhone, iPad and Android devices. The holiday season is the busiest time of year for app publishers but the follow up in January was equally impressive. That is a testament to the growing app ecosystem and the amount of developers starting...
New iPhone, iPad and Android Apps for January 2012

5 persistent Windows 8 myths

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This is sponsored post is produced by Staples. In the months leading up to the Windows 8 launch, rumors about the new operating system swirled around the Internet like tweens circling a glittery vampire. The speculation spawned myths with enough traction to survive the system’s October launch. Below are 5...
5 persistent Windows 8 myths

GQueues is A Google-Oriented Task Manager [Task Manager]

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By itself, task manager GQueues is pretty handy—a list-oriented task manager with sub-tasks, due dates, assignments, tagging, and other neat features. But its integration with Google sign-in, Calendar, and Google Apps make it more than just another to-do app. More » Google - Search - Search Engines - Google Apps...
GQueues is A Google-Oriented Task Manager [Task Manager]

Top 10 Windows 8 Features #5: Live Performance and Reliability Charts

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Perhaps the most visible change to the Windows 8 Desktop (the "old" half of Microsoft's new operating system) will come from live performance graphs. Improved heuristics in the new Task Manager and all-new graphs in Windows Explorer, of all places, will tell you when "burst mode" kicks in and...
Top 10 Windows 8 Features #5: Live Performance and Reliability Charts

Gladinet revamps its ‘cloud desktop’ service

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A startup called Gladinet is announcing version 2.0 of its Cloud Desktop, which lets users access online storage services like Google Docs and Box.net as if they were just another drive on their computer. Co-founder Jerry Huang said version 2.0 brings the Cloud Desktop closer to his vision of making...
Gladinet revamps its ‘cloud desktop’ service

Thing's inspiration is pretty 'Clear'

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Minimalist task manager app Clear (which we reviewed here) has proven to be quite popular despite its premium price point, so it’s unsurprising to see some app developers attempting to piggyback off that success with their own products that superficially resemble Realmac’s title. Thing, a recent release in the Productivity...
Thing's inspiration is pretty 'Clear'

Wunderlist 2 task manager app hits the iPad

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6Wunderkinder's Wunderlist 2 has been developing something of a following among the highly organized, although there's been a conspicuous gap when iPad owners couldn't keep up with the to-dos and reminders they'd created on their phones. The hole is closing quickly: Wunderlist 2's iOS version is now a universal...
Wunderlist 2 task manager app hits the iPad

Jobs: If you see a stylus or a task manager, 'they blew it'

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Steve Jobs is never one to mince words when taking questions from the press, and he just made it very clear how he feels about other platforms during the iPhone OS 4 event when asked about task management: Q: How do you close applications when multitasking? A: (Scott Forstall)...
Jobs: If you see a stylus or a task manager, 'they blew it'

OmniPlan for iPad to put project management at your fingertips in 2012

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Users who rely on the desktop version of OmniPlan but wish to manage complicated projects and workflows on-the-go will soon be able to pinch and swipe their way to Gantt chart nirvana. According to Omni Group CEO Ken Case, project management app OmniPlan will make its way to the...
OmniPlan for iPad to put project management at your fingertips in 2012
Going Google: When The Past Comes Back to Haunt You

Metro-styled build of Chrome in the works for Windows 8

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Windows 8's impending metro/desktop split means some programs may be pulling double duty in your task manager -- one for its classic environment, and one for its fancy facade. Google, not to be outdone by Mozilla, recently told Mashable that it's building a version of Chrome optimized for Windows...
Metro-styled build of Chrome in the works for Windows 8

What are the best student apps?

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Struggling to manage your money, work and play? There are thousands of apps that promise to make life easier - we've put some of the biggest names head-to-headClear vs. Wunderlist Wunderlist, free. Available for iTunes and AndroidClear, £1.49. Available for iTunesBoth are simple list makers, but Wunderlist doubles as a...
What are the best student apps?

Any.DO launches Cal to simplify calendar and task management

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now Any.DO is making time management seamless with the launch of Cal, a simple and sophisticated calendar application. With the addition of Cal for iPhone, Any.DO’s suite of connected life management applications promises to streamline your tasks, email, notes, and...
Any.DO launches Cal to simplify calendar and task management

Get things done with no fuss with Any.DO

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Any.DO is an iOS and Android app from the company of the same name. It’s a free download, available now from the App Store and Google Play. This review is based on the iOS version, tested on an iPhone 4S. Any.DO is a task manager application that aims to help...
Get things done with no fuss with Any.DO

Why Does AppleInsider Make It So Easy for Me?

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“Kasper Jade” and “Prince McLean”, one week ago: The upcoming 4.0 reference release of Apple’s iPhone OS will deliver new support for running multiple concurrent third party apps, and allow users to switch between them using a windows management mechanism similar to one made popular on the company’s Mac OS...
Why Does AppleInsider Make It So Easy for Me?
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