Posts Tagged ‘new technology’

Cool iPad Apps: Best 104 iPad Apps

So many cool ipad apps, so little time.

Yes, there are soooo many iPad apps – between 30,000 to 50,000 in total, and the number vaults higher every day. So among the zillions, which iPad apps are the very best? Which apps are truly “must-have”?

The iPad, after all, can enhance your life in many ways. There are iPad apps for work, fun, personal life, providing news and information, and tracking your favorite activities…..Learn more

The New Reality of Mobile

We’re all trying to “figure it out” – i.e., create a competitive advantage and valuable customer experience via the mobile channel. Naturally, we turn to 19th century philosopher George Santayana, best known for the quote, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”

While we have seen the pitfalls of applying too literally the principles of one medium to another – brochure-ware websites, direct marketing-based e-mail programs – there are lessons to port over….Read more

Tablet Review: BlackBerry Playbook vs. Apple iPad vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab

With BlackBerry set to launch its first tablet computer in early 2011, they are a number of positives for RIM with this device, so what are they….If your decision will be made based on performance, RIM just released this video demonstration comparing the BlackBerry Playbook and Apple’s iPad on browser speed, Adobe Flash support and HTML5 performance…..Read full story

A bountiful year for open source

It is now just over 12 years since seven people sat down in a conference room in Silicon Valley to fix what they saw as the marketing problem with the words “free software.” Most people thought that the word “free” meant only that no one had to pay. It seemed they didn’t have an attention span long enough to try to grok what Richard Stallman was saying when he kept repeating, “‘free,’ as in speech.”

After considering dozens of combinations, Christine Peterson hit upon “open source,” and the phrase has grown to represent a section of the software marketplace big enough to merit its own end-of-the-year roundup. Full Story here

Channeling the Web: How to plug your TV into the Internet

TV isn’t supposed to be complicated.

But just as we’ve finally sorted out the digital TV transition, another wave of technology is about to remake the lowly set once again.

This time it’s a flood of new gadgets for connecting TVs to the Internet and tapping the river of online content.

Geeks have been talking about this “convergence” of TVs and the computer world for decades. About one in 10 U.S. households with home networks are doing this already, mostly by connecting PCs to the TV, according to research firm IDC… Read more

Ogilvy Chief Makes Technology His Focus

Brian Fetherstonhaugh, Chairman and CEO of OgilvyOne Worldwide, spent the last 18 months touring his company’s 100 offices hunting for trends and found the monster that is affecting all businesses.

“The monster is that consumers everywhere are seizing back control through the use of technology,” he said in an interview with The New York Sun. “The iPod is not about a technology. It’s people seizing back music agendas from the DJs of the world. TiVo isn’t a storage device but it is people choosing their own television agenda. Google isn’t a search technology but a new shopping agenda for consumers. These are all the same thing: power to consumers.” Read more

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  • Go back in time with Street View April 23, 2014
    If you’ve ever dreamt of being a time traveler like Doc Brown, now’s your chance. Starting today, you can travel to the past to see how a place has changed over the years by exploring Street View imagery in Google Maps for desktop. We've gathered historical imagery from past Street View collections dating back to 2007 to create this digital time capsule […]
  • Going solar with SunPower April 23, 2014
    Just because Earth Day is over doesn’t mean we’re done doing good things for the planet. Yesterday we announced our biggest renewable energy purchase yet: an agreement with our Iowa utility partners to supply our data center facilities there with up to 407 megawatts of wind energy.Today, we’re taking another step towards a clean energy future with a major ne […]
  • Ok Glass… Let’s celebrate Earth Day April 22, 2014
    Part of honoring Earth Day is celebrating the people who dedicate their lives to protecting our planet’s most vulnerable species. You’ll find one of those people in the tall grasslands of Nepal’s Chitwan National Park, where Sabita Malla, a senior research officer at World Wildlife Fund (WWF), is hard at work protecting rhinos and Bengal tigers from poaching […]
  • Through the Google lens: this week’s search trends April 18, 2014
    What did you search for this week? What about everyone else? Starting today, we’ll be sharing a regular look back at some of the top trending items on Google Search. Let’s dive in.From afikomen to 1040EZPeople were looking for information on Palm Sunday and Good Friday ahead of Easter; searches for both days were even higher than searches for the Pope himsel […]

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