The wonderfully simple to-do list app for Mac and iOS, Clear, is getting reminders so that you can keep track of when you've got to do stuff—not just what you've got to do.
A little over a year ago, Realmac Software released Clear, an iOS to-do list app that made the task of keeping track of tasks easy with a beautifully simple design. Starting right now, you can check out the developer's crack at replicating that success-by-simplicity formula with a $1 camera app.
Most of the world’s ice cubes are cloudy, soft, and weak. These hazy rocks are less dense, and they melt faster, leaving your drink watered down and terrible. Plus, opaque ice is just ugly.
The new Clear to-do list app takes a different approach from others in that it's not loaded with auxiliary features. Clear is quick, simple, intuitive, and perfect for busy people who need a list to juggle a million tasks a day.
Camelbak's best known for its water-filled backpacks, but instead of focusing on just hydration, the company's new All Clear bottle incorporates a bacteria eliminating ultraviolet cap for those times when you have to fill up from a non-filtered source.
A new month is upon us! Warmth! Fresh air! Smiling children! Tax refunds! Flowers! And plenty of gadgets—tablets and smartphones and dongles, oh my!—crave. Here's our newest of the best of the Bestmodo.
This photograph was taken at the SFMTA Customer Service Center, the 7th level of bureaucratic hell. I was working there, but I don't work there, feel me? I was using Clear's Mobile USB WiMax Adapter. Mobile connection dongles aren't particularly new; hell, 4G mobile adapters aren't even new. But six months ago the…
Clearwire, the company that provides WiMax 4G for itself and Sprint, is getting sued for throttling users to 256Kbps, when their advertising saying that there's a 1Mbps floor. [Phonescoop]
Sad news, folks: Clear's iSpot WiMax hotspot is apparently being discontinued already—barely five months after being introduced.
Residents of San Francisco, did it feel like something was a bit...different when you woke up this morning? It was! It is! You're now blanketed in Clear's 4G service. You're their 71st market—just the number they had said they'd hit in 2010—and they're offering special packages to get peeps up and running on their…
November 1st for New York, December 1st for Los Angeles and San Francisco in "late December." That's the promise from Clearwire, Comcast and Sprint in regards to the big switching-on of their 4G WiMax services—Clearwire in the case of CLEAR, Comcast with XFINITY Internet 2go, and Sprint for Sprint 4G. [Clearwire]
If you live in New York or Los Angeles and enjoy fast 4G wireless, read the next sentence: Clear has announced a dual 3G/4G pre-launch service, wherein customers will have access to limited 4G speeds as infrastructure is rolled out. [Clear]
Remember Clear's WiMax hotspot—the one allegedly "optimized" for Apple devices? And by optimized for, they meant restricted to? There's a fix for that! The iSpot is surprisingly easy to root, opening up a variety of tweaks.
With more cities being blanketed in the warm glow of WiMax every month, 3G speeds are going to start seeming primitive, fast. Clear's iSpot hotspot lets iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches get a taste of the delicious 4G future.
A big graphite Kindle DX. A super fast 4G WiMax Wi-Fi Hotspot. A bamboo laptop. For all the mobile warriors who demand the biggest, fastest and eco-friendliest, your devices are now available.
In today's bursting-at-the-seams Remainders: laziness. We've got a new Adesso keyboard for the couch-potato web surfer; a Taiwanese truck driver sleeping behind the wheel; a lazily conceived concept car; a demo that takes Farmville procrastination anywhere; and more!