Not only does Google want to organize all the world’s information, it also wants to make all that information available to everyone in the world. For the majority of the world’s population, that means making it available on a cell phone, and not a fancy iPhone or Android with a Web browser either. I’m talking […]
Amzon just announced the new Kindly DX with a 9.7″ screen. You can already pre-order one at $489 and will be delivered in summer, when they release it. This screen looks like a nice improvement over the 6″ that they launched recently. It will be capable of displaying not just books, but magazines and newspapers.
This is a very cool gadget. Basically a gps, with the particularity that has a couple of buttons, one to check in, so it sends communicates your position, and the second one for help. Same thing but you are asking for help. The beauty is that works everywhere, not dependent of GSM or mobile networks. […]
There is an iPhone app, IntuApps, which has Swine Flu Tracker, waiting for approval from Apple before it’s released into the App Store. In it, you can see the current Threat Level for the disease, a map showing confirmed and suspected cases, a symptoms area to inform people, and an alert page for breaking news […]
Facebook has released a desktop application built with Adobe AIR. That means that it is platform independent (Mac, PC, Linux). You will have to have Adobe AIR in your computer and then install the Facebook application. Facebook also announced their Open Stream API technology. With the API now the limit is the sky and you will start seeing […]
This is the first 3G portable router. LevelOne 3G MobilSpot Portable Wireless HotSpot (WBR-3800) by CP Technologies. Putt your 3G sim card into the router’s CardBus or USB interfaces and you’ve got an instant portable network for sharing to any 802.11b/g WiFi or Ethernet device. A 10/100Mbps WAN jack lets it double as your home […]
Written by Jolie O’Dell (www.readwriteweb.com) DataDyne‘s EpiSurveyor program, funded by the United Nations Foundation and the Vodafone Foundation, has been implementing mobile technology to track and contain disease in developing nations since 2007. In a recent and potentially devastating polio outbreak in Kenya, EpiSurveyor’s new mobile platform was used to track virus carriers and immunize affected children. The campaign targeted around 2 million […]