August 2009

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7s SevenSnap entertainment shopping for your iPhone

Finally, it is online – the sneak preview explaining the idea behind SevenSnap. Take a look at the guide. SevenSnap in a nutshell: Every 60 minutes, we are offering you a product from the realms of consumer electronics, travel and leisure activities. To see the price of the product, which drops every second, you have […]

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Montreux

Here I am at the “Eden Palace au Lac” in a balcony in a nice suit in the fifth floor facing the lake. Nuria is working while I relax here listening to the economist with my iPhone.

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Augmented Reality Navigation System

Mobilizy GmbH reveals a preview of it’s augmented reality navigation system, the first fully functional mobile AR navigation system available for the Android platform. Wikitude Drive was developed by the Mobilizy Research & Development group in Salzburg, Austria, to satisfy the curiosity of the developers to see if it was feasible to combine real-time navigation […]

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sixthsense project: integrating information with the real world

‘SixthSense‘ is a wearable gestural interface that augments the physical world around us with digital information and lets us use natural hand gestures to interact with that information. The SixthSense prototype is comprised of a pocket projector, a mirror and a camera. The hardware components are coupled in a pendant like mobile wearable device. Both […]

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WebOS (huevos in Spanish): Your computer in the cloud

We are all day listening to the tech news and they talk about the future, Google making this new Google OS that will be open source and will be basically in the cloud. Amazon offering cloud space and processing power. Are we going to live in the cloud in the near future? Some people have […]

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Size matters: Star size comparison

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Gruml: A Google Reader App For Your Mac Desktop

Google Reader is a very useful service for consuming your news feeds (assuming you still use RSS), but it lives in the browser, which means it doesn’t the responsiveness and polish of a desktop app. For all those Mac users out there looking for the best of both worlds, I present to you Gruml, a new desktop […]

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First iPhone Augmented Reality App Appears Live in App Store

French app development shop PresseLite appears to have the first Augmented Reality (AR) supporting iPhone app live in the iTunes store, though we don’t know how they did it. It’s called Metro Paris Subway, and while the app isn’t new, it released a new version last week that added an AR overlay that displays information […]

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Monkey King Climber

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Nokia Booklet 3G

New gadget from Nokia… not bad.

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Snow Leopard Has Arrived, Shipping 28th of August

Snow Leopard is nearly here. You can already pre-order it. Click on the link to see what is new. http://www.apple.com/macosx/refinements/

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13 Fantastic and Fun Image Generators

Whether you’re artistically inclined or not, sometimes you just need to whip up an illustrative or entertaining image for a blog post or presentation. The tools on this list help you generate respectable graphics in a jiffy — design talent optional! Most of the tools on this list are web-based and as easy to use […]

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Flickr and Google Map: Great Mashup

You take the best photos of flickr and you put them in a mashup in Google maps, and this is the result: http://www.earthalbum.com

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iPhone 3GS: TomTom, Navigon and iGo my way

There are 3 major players of turn by turn navitiaon for the iPhone now: TomTom Navigon iGo my way Tomtom costs 99.99 euros for the European version.  It has 21 countries. Everybody was expecting this app. There were rumors about the price. We saw photos of the little gadget to put it in the car… […]

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Some funny photos

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