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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 iPhone appAs a self-confessed Call of Duty addict, I find it hard to part with the game when I have important things to do, like eat, sleep, work, or look after my children. But thanks to a new smartphone app from the team behind Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3you can still perfect your game while away from the game.

No, unfortunately you won’t be able to actually play Modern Warfare 3 on your phone, but the app — which was announced at Call of Duty XP in Los Angeles last week — will allow you to customize your loadout from your iPhone or Android device. That means you can modify your weapons, perks and killstreaks, while you’re enduring enjoying a nice dinner with your family. Neat, eh?

The app will be free to download, and free to use, but players who subscribe to Call of Duty Elite will get more features than those who don’t. (Which I think is a little annoying considering we all pay $60 for the game itself.) All you’ll need to do is login to access your custom classes. The app is expected to use a universal login structure for all three platforms, including PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360.

I’m very much looking forward to Modern Warfare 3 and the accompanying app for my iPhone. And if you haven’t already seen it, I recommend the new multiplayer trailer.

What do you think of the app?

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Even if you’ve done everything you can to banish paper from your office, those little white sheets can still creep up on you.

You’ll want to digitize those crinkly analog fugitives post haste, but you may not be keen on splurging for a scanner — especially when you’re only taming the occasional receipt or intake form.

The solution — wait for it — could be in the palm of your hand. Your Android smartphone has all the photographic and processing power you’ll need to snap up those docs and get them into the cloud where they belong.

Here are a few mobile document scanning solutions we put through their paces.
1. CamScanner

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After launching just Tuesday afternoon, it has become already the number-one free app in the iTunes App Store. ” So far it seems Facebook’s Messenger app is a hit.”

The app has the potential to chip away at the hold of cell carriers. It allows users to send messages and texts through the 750-million-member social network, and it updates in real time, so there’s no need to refresh to see if you’ve received new messages.

The negative reviews in both the App Store and the Android Market are mostly critical of Facebook now having two apps and of the fact that Messenger isn’t an instant message app.

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