The Android Game Changer

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NO it doesn’t have 200 new features, and a 10 mega pixel camera, 7x faster graphics YES it is capable of wifi, bluetooth, and 3G YES it has an accelerometer, compass, and a camera for video and still YES it

Android: The Future Everything

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I just returned from a trip out west for O’Riley’s Android Open conference. The conference was not just about Android mobile devices. It was about the entire ecosystem of technology that exists around Android from open source, to hardware, to

Checkin Station

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The RFID Checkin System aims to make the act of checking in a more streamlined and social process. It uses RFIDs to checkin to location services such as FourSquare, Google Latitude, and Gowalla. Interacting with these services by checking in

Every Move You Make

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We live in a world increasingly determined by data. From the people you meet (Facebook), to the food you eat (Yelp), to the things you buy (Amazon). Each of these services uses complex statistical analysis of your choices to try

Art+Hack Weekend

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I spent the last two days participating in The Creator’s Project Art + Hack Weekend at Eyebeam‘s Center for Art & Technology. The event brought together over 50 developers, hackers, artists, and designers to “design, code and prototype projects that

You Are Here

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There’s a stigma associated with location aware applications and devices, mostly due to concerns of privacy. You don’t necessarily want your boss to see your GPS show up on the beach after calling in sick from food poisoning. Then in 2009 came FourSquare.