Business travellers are packing more electronic devices than ever -- and the cords, wires and power adapters to go with them. With no common charging connection yet for BlackBerrys, iPhones, iPads, Kindles, eReaders, the wide range of Android phones and tablets, laptops, travel projectors ...
POSTED 14 Sep, 2011 7 Comments
While Qantas offers a mobile check-in service that's designed to work with all web-enabled smartphones, Virgin Blue has gone down the handset-specific app route. Its BlackBerry app is dubbed Virgin Blue Check-Mate. You can book, manage and check-in for flights across the Virgin Blue airlines g...
POSTED 26 Jan, 2011 0 Comments
Looking for a great restaurant for your next business lunch or dinner? The app you want is the Good Food Guide, an interactive version of the annual Sydney Morning Herald/Age restaurant bible of the same name. For $9.99 you get all the content and reviews that are found in the printed editions o...
POSTED 19 Jan, 2011 0 Comments
Dropbox is an incredibly useful free app that lets you use your BlackBerry to access files stored on your home or work computer. You start by installing the Dropbox software on your Windows or Mac computer, and drag selected files into the Dropbox folder which the software creates. Tho...
POSTED 12 Jan, 2011 0 Comments
If you're a St George Bank customer and have the latest BlackBerry Torch 9800, accessing your internet banking while travelling is easy with the St George Banking Application. You can locate St.George branches or St.George/Westpac/BankSA ATMs with the app, or do online banking -- account balance...
POSTED 5 Jan, 2011 0 Comments
If you live in or travel to Melbourne, Silver Top Taxi's BlackBerry app is the clever way to book a taxi without waiting on the phone queue or standing in line at a taxi rank. You can store favourite addresses for pickup/destination so you don't have to enter them in repeatedly, and once booking...
POSTED 23 Dec, 2010 0 Comments
Here's an app which will streamline all of your business trips for the coming year! The old way to manage your travel involves plugging your itinerary details into your calendar and keeping track of assorted booking reference numbers. The new way is to use the WorldMate service and avoid all tho...
POSTED 16 Dec, 2010 0 Comments
Poynt is an exceedingly useful app for finding nearby businesses. Its huge database covers businesses, retailers, people, restaurants, movie times and cinema locations, events and weather info around you. User reviews and ratings are available for all the places, and you can add yours via the ap...
POSTED 9 Dec, 2010 0 Comments
Many Windows and Mac users have already discovered Evernote. It's an organiser where you can store all the snippets of information everyone has to keep track of but which don't fit into a calendar or address book. You can add notes to Evernote by typing them in, scanning a document, or snapping ...
POSTED 2 Feb, 2010 0 Comments
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