Posts tagged ‘smartphone’

October 10, 2010

Google Goggles. Magic Eyes for Your SmartPhone

by Matt Forcey

Google Goggles is now available for both the iPhone and Android-powered smartphones, as a feature of the latest version of the Google Mobile App.  Expanding on the concept of Augmented Reality, Goggles is an innovative application that works in conjunction with the camera and GPS on your phone to help you discover more about the world around you. 

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September 30, 2010

Mozilla Seabird: Concept Phone Boasts Projectors, Wireless Charging

by Matt Forcey

While buzz around the rumored Facebook phone reaches a fever pitch, a smartphone concept called the Mozilla Seabird has surfaced and given us a glimpse into the possible future of mobile devices.

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September 27, 2010

This iPhone App Will Save Your Life

by Matt Forcey

When you’re plugged into your iPhone, you’re often plugged out of reality—traffic noise stops being a nuisance when that car horn actually saves your music-loving life. This new iPhone app will allow you to stay plugged in at decibel bursting volumes, but able to hear ‘important’ ambient sounds as well.

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September 19, 2010

New iPhone App Puts 32,000 Works of Art in Your Pocket

by Matt Forcey

Building on their esteemed collection, innovative programming, and an already digitally-savvy approach, MoMA continues to position itself as a standard-bearing institution of the 21st century with today’s release of their free iPhone application. The mobile software integrates familiar features from the museum, like

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September 19, 2010

Never Loose Your Cell Phone Again: Samsung Proxima

by Matt Forcey

A concept design by Johan Loekito, the Samsung Proxima will keep you from absentmindedly leaving your phone behind.

It looks more like a wristwatch than phone, and consists of two detachable modules:

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September 15, 2010

So This is What the Future Will Look Like


by Matt Forcey

Augmented reality (AR) is definitely where media and technology is heading towards; just look at the number of smartphone apps and media projects that boast AR features.

And now, National Geographic is getting in on the AR craze. The publication has come up with a simple and detailed image set showing just how the future will look like.

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September 8, 2010

Ultimate Steampunk Cell Phone – $275,000

by Matt Forcey

Forget digital. The future of cell phones may just be mechanical. As flat, touch screen slabs like the iPhone make our lives more virtual, a half-dozen guys from the luxury watch world are trying to drag mobile phones back onto the physical plane, in which every function would operate mechanically through human energy.

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