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Microsoft releases Team Foundation Service, a project, source, and build management tool for developers

To-do list manager Clear demoed at Macworld iWorld 2012 (video)

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There are tons of to-do list managers in the App Store, so many that you'd need another list manager just to keep track of them. Fortunately, a collaboration between Realmac Software, developer Milen Dzhumerov, and developer Phill Ryu's new studio Impending Inc. has created a to-do list management app...
To-do list manager Clear demoed at Macworld iWorld 2012 (video)
Lumu Is A Digital Light Meter For Photographers That Plugs Into Your iPhone & Tells You What Camera Settings To Use

Tablets That Have a Certain Feel to Them

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Given that most Android tablets look the same, a couple of companies are showing technologies in Barcelona that make sure they don’t feel the same. One of those companies is a Finnish start-up called Senseg. Its technology, which it says is just now ready to go into products, lets you...
Tablets That Have a Certain Feel to Them

Roku is getting AirPlay-like wireless video mirroring with Miracast

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Roku has teamed up with Broadcom to bring Miracast video mirroring to its video streaming devices. The technology will allow consumers to stream video and mirror a device’s desktop directly from their laptop or mobile phone to a Roku device, much in the same way AirPlay allows the mirroring of...
Roku is getting AirPlay-like wireless video mirroring with Miracast
Samsung's Galaxy S III accessories demoed on video

Tobii’s Eye-Tracking Tech Knows What You’re Eyeing on Dating Sites

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When it comes to scouring dating sites, men tend to look at the pictures more, while women’s eyes linger longer on the text. We probably didn’t need a formal study to tell us that. But that’s exactly what Tobii, maker of eye-tracking technology, set out to do. The Sweden-based company,...
Tobii’s Eye-Tracking Tech Knows What You’re Eyeing on Dating Sites
Mobile Commerce App PayDragon Launches Checkout, Shipping Almost Anything In 2 Days Or Less

Assertive Display tech demoed on iPad at IFA- intelligently adjusts pixels in realtime to make content viewable in sunlight

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As part the International keynote presentations at IFA this year, AMD VP and president of the HSA foundation, Phil Rogers, took the stage to give an update on the current state of the not-for-profit alliance. For those of you unfamiliar with the foundation, HSA (Heterogeneous System Architecture), is described...
Assertive Display tech demoed on iPad at IFA- intelligently adjusts pixels in realtime to make content viewable in sunlight
Disney researchers use electrical charge to create virtual textures
OnLive MultiView: in-game spectating with a competitive edge (hands-on)
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich ported to the $25 Raspberry Pi

★ Post-I/O Thoughts

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Shared by Bud I'd say Gruber is spot on here. The cloud is really what it's all about. If the UI is adequate, then your ability to connect is paramount. Two days ago, Gundotra remarked that the browser was the third most accessed app on smartphones. Exactly! Post-Google I/O, there’s...
★ Post-I/O Thoughts

iOS 6 announced: 200 new user features, including significant additions to Siri

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Apple’s WWDC keynote today has seen iOS 6 go official with a raft of new features, including significant upgrades to Siri. As demoed on stage today, Siri can now answer real-world questions about sports, movies, restaurants and more. These include”Who won the latest Lakers game,” “Find a great place for...
iOS 6 announced: 200 new user features, including significant additions to Siri

Google Glasses have been teased more than any other Google product, is it close to release?

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Google doesn’t make it practice of teasing things before they’re released. Usually, things like Google+ just “happen”, and we’re left to wonder what the story is behind the project. Sure, we hear a lot of about the self-driving car, but there are legal reasons why we all can’t buy one...
Google Glasses have been teased more than any other Google product, is it close to release?

Spotted: Sergey Brin wearing Google Glass specs as he blends in on NYC subway

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Google last week announced its first two ‘hackathon’ events for Google Glass developers, and the company is aiming to make its wearable glasses technology something that can be used by anyone at any place. Except that this is already happening as you’d have seen if you took the downtown train...
Spotted: Sergey Brin wearing Google Glass specs as he blends in on NYC subway

Reimagining Books: How Citia's iPad App Compares to a Paper Book

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Kevin Kelly's book What Technology Wants was one of my favorite non-fiction books of 2011. In my April 2011 review, I gave it 5 out of 5 stars. It's fitting that Kelly's book is the first to be turned into an iPad app on a new iOS platform called Citia....
Reimagining Books: How Citia's iPad App Compares to a Paper Book
Navigon for iOS update includes Google Street View

PHDs, Freddie Mercury, and a Do or Die Moment: How Vantageous Stole DreamIt New York's Demo Day

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“You know, they call it a demo day, but there weren’t really a lot of demos,” Vantageous CEO Tim Novikoff said, as DreamIt New York’s demo day started to wind down. Novikoff demoed Vantageous’ video capture and editing tool just an hour earlier in a do-or-die moment that nearly ended...
PHDs, Freddie Mercury, and a Do or Die Moment: How Vantageous Stole DreamIt New York's Demo Day

This TV stinks. No, really!

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Once upon 1981, John Waters tried to engage his cult-ish fans with a scratch-and-sniff "Odorama" card to complement the film Polyester. This TV is not that -- in fact, it's a decidedly higher-tech approach to true Smell-O-Vision. Devised by a team of Japanese researchers at the Tokyo University of...
This TV stinks. No, really!

DARPA creates sound-based fire extinguisher

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For almost 50 years, fire extinguisher technology has remained virtually unchanged: You muffle the fire with a blanket, or spray it with a sprinkler system or pressurized canister. Today, DARPA shows off a new breakthrough: Extinguishing a flame using sound.In 2008, DARPA — the US government’s military research wing —...
DARPA creates sound-based fire extinguisher

All Things D Cup — Up Close and Personal wth Bra Fitting Company True&Co

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Back again for D10, AllThingsD‘s Katie Boehret is taking our readers behind the scenes with interviews, mini-demos and follow-ups . In this first installment, she talked with True&Co, the online bra fitting start up that demoed on the D stage earlier today. [ See post to watch video ]...
All Things D Cup — Up Close and Personal wth Bra Fitting Company True&Co

Google launches All Access music-streaming service in the US: $9.99 monthly fee

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And now, one of the most anticipated I/O announcements. As rumored, Google has been working toward the launch of its own music-streaming service, and the official unveiling came today. Dubbed Google Play Music All Access, the product has a strong focus on personalized recommendations via the so-called Explore feature....
Google launches All Access music-streaming service in the US: $9.99 monthly fee

Boot up: Windows 8, Tech City's retort, Han gets bought, iPad's cool factor and more

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Plus HTC's woes, Orange's French outage, why Thunderbird is a zombie and moreA quick burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamJanuary 2007: New touch-sensitive screens could give us a whole new way to work with computers >> The GuardianJanuary 2007: Both [Jeff]...
Boot up: Windows 8, Tech City's retort, Han gets bought, iPad's cool factor and more
Microsoft debuts Skype for Xbox with group video calling

Linpus Gesture2Launch brings neat, customizable touch control to Windows 8 (hands-on)

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You might remember Linpus from its various Linux projects, but these days the outfit is getting into apps in a big way. We've just been hands-on with its latest offering, Gesture2Launch, a straightforward concept that could prove seriously useful to those with Windows 8 touch-enabled devices. The current app...
Linpus Gesture2Launch brings neat, customizable touch control to Windows 8 (hands-on)

Gojee launches iPhone, iPad and Android apps, as it gears up for new verticals like fashion and home

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Gojee, the gorgeous, discovery-focused site that curates food and drink recipes, is finally launching native iPhone, iPad and Android apps after months of suspense. The new apps, which follow the site’s full-screen, image-centric appeal, are now live in their respective app stores. According to Gojee, its new mobile suite is “one-part curation,...
Gojee launches iPhone, iPad and Android apps, as it gears up for new verticals like fashion and home

RIP Android Market, long live Google Play

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The Android Market has been Google’s content store for apps since 2008, and more recently for books, movies, and music as well. Now, all that has changed with the announcement that the Android Market was being retired, and in its place users will get Google Play. This new brand will...
RIP Android Market, long live Google Play
Post MWC: Total Immersion’s Augmented Reality Concepts Assist E-Commerce

Yo-Yo Factory brings Hyper Scanner yo-yo gaming to Toy Fair, we go hands-on

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We'll forgive you if you've never heard of Hyper Scanner. The carnival style arcade game is apparently all the rage in Japan, though. Kids line up to battle it for king of the yo-yo hill. Yo-Yo Factory came out to Toy Fair to show off its customizable yo-yo system,...
Yo-Yo Factory brings Hyper Scanner yo-yo gaming to Toy Fair, we go hands-on
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