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The Future of Screen Technology – The Astonishing Tribe

A rather stimulating video from The Astonishing Tribe. I picked it up from this equally stimulating VentureBeat interview with TAT co-founder, Hampus Jakobsson. The video shows how screen technology might someday be implemented in our daily lives. I particularly like the bit where the girl is checking her calendar on the mirror in the bathroom […]

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Video: Qualcomm’s Mirasol screen display technology

During a walkabout of the Uplinq Soutions Showcase floor, I bumped into Cheryl Goodman, Director of Marketing for Qualcomm’s Mirasol screen display technology. I asked if she’d be keen to show us a demonstration on camera and she readily agreed. The technology is phenomenal. It has super-low power requirements and looks utterly amazing. Although it’s […]

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Got 60 friends? Spell out a message with Google Latitude

I came across this rather nifty proof-of-concept video from the Google Latitude team. Latitude, if you’re not familiar with it, is an add-on to Google Maps that (amongst other features) overlays an avatar of your friends on Google Maps. So if you’re out-and-about you can see their location.

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Failed by my technology on the way to Prague

We took MIR TV to Prague over the weekend. It’s a super city — steeped history, stunning architecture, friendly people. We met some smart folk and we captured some good footage. That’s ANOTHER 3 hours of video to edit! I had quite a lot of people querying why they heard more or less nothing from […]

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The Power of Media Technology

I’m going to avoid delving into the politics of it, but over the past twelve days there has been a reoccurring story in our headlines; the Israel/Gaza issue. It’s one that has sparked outcry, and one that shouldn’t have happened. However, I was watching the news the other day, I think it was CNN or […]

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Nokia to support all the proposed 3G standards in China

Finnish mobile phone manufacturer Nokia, which has a good 42% market share in China selling over 70 million handsets in 2007, plans to support all the three 3G standards that are being planned to be employed in the country.  Three different operators in the country, China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom (Yeah, keep up […]

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CTIA: Sybase 365 announces International MMS delivery hub

Sybase 365, the subsidiary of Sybase, Inc, the global leader in mobile messaging services today announced its global multimedia messaging exchange system at CTIA in California, USA. Christened MMX 365, the system is designed to nullify operator and country borders so that globally, subscribers can enjoy seamless delivery of MMSs.  Marty Beard, Sybase 365’s President, […]

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Zambians mourn President’s death over SMS

Text messages are cool, aren’t they? Expressing yourself in words and hurrying it across to your loved ones was never so interesting. Over the years, as technology advances, text messages and the technology behind it has been put to use in a lot of places. Be it twitter, reality-show votes, ebay update notifications or simply […]

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