To make things more convenient, we’re now offering an audio-only version of Hey All You Zombies!!. This is an enhanced podcast, meaning you’ll find related images attached for those moments from the video feed in which we discuss key visual items.
It’s called the AirBlade Tap a sink designed to leave your hands both clean and dry when you use it. The special sink joins two updated versions of Dyson’s AirBlade hand dryers in the company’s bid to revolutionize public washrooms before hopefully brining their technology to our homes. For my Gearing Up report on Studio... Read More
This week on Moore in the Morning we’ll show you how to calibrate the picture on your HDTV. If you’ve never done this before, you’ll be so amazed by the difference, you’ll want to watch your movie collection all over again. Plus an app that sync-and-searches your own handwriting and a photo-taking game to challenge... Read More
Twitter brings their philosophy to video this week and we’ll explore what that means, then it’s location, location, location with apps for real estate and following real world events around the world. Vine – Make A Scene iPhone Free Twitter has come up with the video equivalent of their short-messaging network and it’s called Vine.... Read More
A group of artists in Japan have done something extraordinary. They have created a mobile app that can breathe new life into objects, beginning with a series of celebrated masterpieces by Da Vinci, Van Gogh, Vermeer, and Hokusai. When you look at these paintings using your mobile camera and the ARART (Augmented Reality Art) app,... Read More
I recommended it on our show last year and it went on to become a massive hit. Temple Run is back with a sequel offering better graphics and a bigger, meaner monkey. Plus with hockey season back on we’ll check on the updated NHL MediaCenter app and cool photography lessons from a Hollywood master. Temple... Read More
If you ride public transit in Canada then you know about Metro News. The free commuter paper has an ubiquitous presence across Canada where riders spend as much time fliiping through it’s pages as they do swiping across their mobile screens. These are the country’s top app users so I’m happy to share that Metro... Read More
“This one’s for the bouncers!” This week I show John Moore an app to dedicate your favourite songs to friends over social media. Plus a fitness app that let’s you rise up like a video game hero and a money-saving app for predicting your kids ever-growing sizes in clothing. SoundTracking iPhone/Android Free It’s ridiculously easy... Read More
At Newstalk100 we’re always ready to tell you about the day’s road conditions, but perhaps it would be handy to have an extra pair of eyes on the road too. This week we look at how your smartphone can take on that role. Plus immersive experiences with animals from the WWF and getting better sound... Read More
This week I’m happy to showcase a fantastic game of stealth and imagination for kids. Plus a weather app that shows you what outerwear you’ll need and an app that can make your phone dance a panoramic jig. Sneak iPhone/iPad $0.99 Sneak is an imaginative game for kids. When you leave your phone in an... Read More
We wish everyone a wonderful break and holidays full of warm wishes. Here’s some good cheer apps to keep your spirits high. Tracking Santa This year there are three different ways to follow Santa’s journey around the world. NORAD Santa iPhone/Android/Windows/Web Free For more than 50 years NORAD has been tracking Santa’s flight for children.... Read More
The holidays are soon upon us. It’s a time for gatherings so this week on Moore in the Morning we’re looking at apps that will help you curb your dog’s bad habits, help you deal with any anxiety-driven sleep talking, and create fun ways for kids to connect with those who are celebrating afar. Sleep... Read More
This week I take a look at one of the best-designed apps I’ve encountered all year – and it’s Canadian! Plus Grand Theft Auto celebrates the 10th anniversary of Vice City with a new mobile version that manages to be better than the original and the Government of Canada issues an app for travelers. Grand... Read More
Did John Moore own an Atari system? We’ll find out as we celebrate the 40th anniversary of Pong. I’ve also reviewed a fantastic photo-editing app for Android users and explored a new interactive book on robots that’s been released for the iPad. Pong World iPhone/iPad Free Remember Pong? Those two white dashes and a dot... Read More
This week I’m going to share with John Moore my iPad collection of classic cars. He’ll beg, he’ll plead, but I won’t let him take the Aston Martin out for a spin. We’ll also explore an unusual contest and video game from Peter Molyneaux and review an app that can let you mix movies as... Read More
For my weekly Gearing Up report for Studio 12 News, I look at three innovative music apps that let you change the way you relate to your favourite songs.
John Moore has a lovely, little dog named Zack and I’m sure he’d rather not do his business in the rain. This week I’ll show him a weather app that will help them better time their trips outside. Plus I’ll look at two apps based on It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown and tell you... Read More
Film critic Richard Crouse and I host a weekly online video series called Hey All You Zombies!!. We use it to explore our more unusual interests in music, movies, video games, and yes, zombies. In this week’s episode I showcase an app that will let you bring life to your clothing for Halloween, Richard talks... Read More
For Studio 12 News I take a look at the newest exhibit to open at the Ontario Science Centre. Beyond Planet Earth: The Future of Space Exploration includes a number of detailed replicas and artifacts as part of a discussion as to what the next fifty years will bring.
Typically it’s John Moore asking the trivia questions on Moore in the Morning, but on Thanksgiving Day I’ll put him in the hot seat to help me test out a new trivia game from Dorling Kindersley. We’ll also explore a free recipe app that offers creative drinks as well as meals and play some clips... Read More
Once locked away in the secure care of museums and galleries, many of the world’s most prized possessions are now being scanned for public access and iPad apps. For this week’s Studio 12 News I take a look at the first generation of treasure apps.
We know John Moore is all heart, but is it a healthy one? I’ll find out on Newstalk 1010 with a new app from the Heart & Stroke Foundation plus we found out if the pigs has the same star power as their Angry Birds nemesis and with Camera+ now out for iPad, does that... Read More
Can pandas save World of Warcraft? With player numbers dropping it’s up to a new expansion for the world called Mists of Pandaria to attract new players. From it’s midnight launch here in Canada I discuss the game with fans. This is part of my weekly report for Studio 12 News.
This week’s Planet of the Apps on Moore in the Morning is devoted to traffic. From the New Releases I’ve picked out a selection for riders, drivers, and commuters. Have a nice trip. Reminder: Driving apps should only be used while your phone is secured against the dashboard of your car with a suitable dock... Read More
It’s a move that will place Toronto high among the cities known for producing video games. Acclaimed game publisher and developer Ubisoft has opened a cutting-edge Performance Capture Studio as part of their Toronto development studio. The video report above is one I shot for Studio 12 News and it covers the main points like... Read More
John Moore has become quite the golf addict of us late so I’m going to try to lure him into the world of video games this week with a charming, whimsical miniature golf game for the iPad, plus we’ll look at how GPS can be used to grab quick, local details on both the weather... Read More
In the early morning you can feel it already, the cold chill of autumn creeping in. Soon the leaves will fall and the barren branches will reach out to find our fears in the night. Already stores are stocking candy and many companies are releasing Halloween apps to help us find the fun in the... Read More
Winter is coming, which means it’s time for leading eBook Reader makers to unveil their new next generation of devices. For my weekly Gearing Up report on Studio 12 News, I look at the all-new features being offered by Kobo here in Canada and by Amazon in the United States. While Amazon hasn’t explained why... Read More
Entertainment Extra with Richard Crouse and Teri Hart is a weekly radio program offering a look at the movies. In the second half of the show Richard leads a thirty minute panel discuss on a wide range of topics and on their September first episode the guest seats were filled by Lyndsey Vanstone and myself.... Read More
Evernote Food iPhone/Android Free Evernote’s popular note-capturing technology can now be used to create journals for special meals. Perhaps you’ve been experimenting with homemade tacos and one combination turned out better than the rest or you’ve found a new restaurant that serves brisket as if it’s from an old country kitchen, Evernote Food lets you... Read More
Are there practical reasons to connect your laundry or kitchen to the internet? For Studio 12 News I take a look at the features being offered by Samsung in their newest line of home appliances.
It’s time to learn some new tricks. The school year is back and to help you prepare we offer some essential advice and suggestions for picking up new gear. Buying a laptop Before you go shopping for laptops decide on a screen size and a budget. A larger screen is easier on the eyes, but... Read More
There are so many things you can track these days. This week on Moore in the Morning we look at tracking hurricanes, sharks, and if you’re a parent, the paintings your kids come home with. Hurricane by American Red Cross iPhone/Android Free This impressively organized app from the American Red Cross will guide you like... Read More
Now that all the big makers of eBook Readers have features that connect to Facebook and Twitter, how do they compare and what are their different approaches? For this week’s Gearing Up on Studio 12 News I take a look at each, including Sony’s latest, the PRS-T2 Reader.
Heeeellooooo! This week we celebrate the incredible Julia Child as we take a look at an iPad app that will hopefully introduce her passion for cooking to a whole new generation. I also introduce John Moore to the world of Pinterest and explore an iPad game that offers the best mobile graphics this year. Mastering... Read More
This week Aaron Rand & I break out the whips and anti-venom for a look at the 30th anniversary of the Atari video game Pitfall! I also explore a proper caller ID app for Android users and celebrate the arrival of news reading app Pulse for web browsers. Finally an app you don’t need a... Read More
For this week’s Gearing Up on Studio 12 News I showcase a number of ways you can follow the Curiosity Mars Science Laboratory online and get involved as it continues its mission, making new discoveries. Links from this clip: NASA Television ustream.tv/nasahdtv Jet Propulsion Laboratory mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl Eyes on the Solar System eyes.nasa.gov Spacecraft 3D iPhone/iPad... Read More
Hilarious or annoying, this week I’ll find out what Ted Woloshyn makes of Hallmark’s popular characters Hoops & Yoyo as we review their new alarm clock app. Plus I have some practical picks with SeatGuru for travelers and Projectbook, a productivity app for who like Getting Things Done. SeatGuru by Tripadvisor iPhone/Android Free Not... Read More
We’ll keep the flame going this week with the best in Olympic apps plus find out if John Moore will have my back in a zombie apocalypse through a video game version of the Walking Dead. I also have two worthy weather apps for mobile meteorologists. Olympic Apps London 2012: Official Results iPhone/iPad/Android Free Yes... Read More
This week on Moore in the Morning we explore the violent, animated stories of Tom Hanks. The Hollywood actor is experimenting with what can be done in the mobile world and the results are more Road to Perdition than You”ve Got Mail. I also review an innovative movie-making app that will turn your friends and... Read More