Whether fall is because of loss experienced by Apple in the form of Steve Jobs’ death or other brands have been catching up faster is yet to be discovered.
Archives for April 2013
Japanese entrepreneur Takahito Iguchi wants people to see the world through other people’s eyes. Introduces Teelpathy One similar to Google Glass.
Fujitsu Laboratories presents an Intuitive Touchscreen Next-Generation User Interface to transfer seamless data between real and virtual worlds.
Brookstone’s iConvert Scanner for iPads is available for about $150; it’s portable @ helps scan documents directly to your tablet.
I faced an MTP USB Device driver problem; I tried installing it via windows suggestions but had no luck. So thought there would be some way to get it installed.
A Y Combinator-backed startup, Backlift wants to automize backend programming or coding for front end developers. Backlift, a back end service for front end developers – which actually takes care of deploying your new website to Dropbox and then web, means you don’t need to code, etc.
These days, many frameworks are available, from Twitter Bootstrap, CSS Fluid and Responsive Grids to Unsemantic, etc.
The NYPD equips 400 Officers With Crime-Fighting Android App. It helps them retrieve surveillance camera footage, information on suspects, etc.
The Natalia Project releases a bracelet to protect human rights activists from assaults. Bracelet sends alerts on activation/when force ably removed.
SOSCharger is here to save your phone from dying due to loss of battery. Manually crank your battery through this device, expected to retail under $35.
Futuro Cube by Princip is the new gaming console that is portable & fun to use—costing around $100, an excellent purchase for gaming lovers.
uNu Exera Duo Charging Dock eliminates having to swap charged & un-charged batteries. Priced at $49.95 comes with one year warranty as well.