As great as your smartphone is, there are plenty of things you just don't want to look at on there; you'd rather have them on that big ol' computer screen of yours. Now Bump, which previously let you throw data from phone to phone, is here to help by making it ludicrously easy to get pictures, links, or whathaveyou…
Paying your friends with cash or talking them into PayPal is, like, ancient technology. Now you'll be able to pay them from the source (if you're both ING customers) just by bumping iPhones. IMG tapped into Bump's API so now a phone-kiss swaps greenbacks instead of contact info.[iTunes via Mashable]
If you prefer your speakers to be on the adorable side, you'll be pleased to see the direction Aluratek's gone with their new Bump line. They're (mostly) wireless, (fairly) affordable, and offer a nice range of audiophilic options.
The PayPal Mobile app for Android has received an update that features bump technology just like its iPhone counterpart. This means that Android users can now simply bump their devices together to send money.
Forget searching for your new friend on Facebook, now you can friend each other instantly with the new version of Bump, the app that lets you trade information quickly and easily with others by literally bumping your phone with theirs.
Following the iPhone app, PayPal has promised BlackBerry and Android users will soon be able to "bump" their phones together to transfer money.
If any iPhone owners reading this haven't yet got the PayPal app, it's definitely worth downloading now they've licensed Bump Technologies' ability to transfer data between iPhones by simply touching them together. Bumping to transfer money actually sounds fun.
Here's the perfect way to slow down those doggone kids driving their noisy pocket rockets, invading the neighborhood at high speed without regard to the peace and personal safety of the local inhabitants. This Deutsch-speaking dude has created an unusually powerful gadget that will teach those whippersnappers a…