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Augmented reality comes to Barnes and Noble, featuring Brooklyn Decker!

January 19, 2011

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Brooklyn Decker, voted the sexiest women alive by readers of esquire magazine will now appear in 700 Barnes and Nobles locations. Well, kind of. Utilizing the augmented reality plus GPS location based APP developed by Goldrun, a New York based agency, customers can use their iPhone to place themselves into a picture with Ms. Decker […]

Mobile Payment Debuts Nationally at Starbucks

January 19, 2011

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Long awaited use of mobile payment portals takes a big step with the announcement that Starbucks will now facilitate the use of mobile devices in the payment process. Although the technology is not new, use on a large scale in the U.S. has been somewhat slow. Not anymore! SEATTLE, January 19, 2011 – Starbucks (NASDAQ: […]

Apple releases iOS 4.2 beta 3 update to registered iPhone and iPad application developers

October 15, 2010

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Just a quick FYI. Apple expects to launch iOS4.2 in November to users. Apple released its iOS 4.2 beta 3 update to registered iPhone and iPad application developers, adding new features highlighted by customizable tones designed to alert users when text messages arrive. Additional updates include new iPhone 4 wallpapers and enhanced restrictions settings for the Game […]

Google added its Goggles visual search solution to its Google Mobile App for iPhone

October 7, 2010

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(Google Mobile) Searching with Google on your mobile phone can be an eye-opening experience. Now your phone’s camera can even help to find out more about the world around you. Back in December we introduced Google Goggles on Android: it lets you search by taking pictures. Today, we’re excited to announce that Goggles is now a […]

How secure is your personal info when using iPhone APP’s?- Not very says Bushnell University IS director in new report

October 6, 2010

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The majority of the most popular applications available for iPhones use the devices’ serial numbers to track users, a professor at Bucknell University says in a new research paper. For the report, assistant director of information security and networking Eric Smith examined 57 of the most popular iPhone apps and found that 68% of them […]

Nokia reaches 2.3 million downloads a day through their Ovi Store

October 1, 2010

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For those that think Nokia will just roll over in the mobile space and let Apple and Android take over, think again. With the number of active Nokia service users now reaching 140 million worldwide, the company today announced that more than 200,000 people are currently signing up daily to Ovi, and that Ovi Store […]

The Man Who Makes The iPhone (and a lot of other things)

September 10, 2010

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This article is worth reading. I have been to the Foxconn campus in Shenzhen and it is a wonder to behold. This discussion with Terry Gou might take a few by surprise at the vastness of his interests in technology. The Man Who Makes Your iPhone