This popular, and yet controversial Satellite TV software with service package continues to improve year in and year out to deliver the best of web TV entertainment to individuals searching for cheaper TV options than satellite and cable.
Satellite navigation firm Garmin has developed a new smartphone-enabled device that can project directions onto a car windscreen.
Branded the Head-Up Display (HUD), the device connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth and receives directions through Garmin StreetPilot for iPhone or NAVIGON mobile apps.
The projection allows guidance to be provided right within the driver's sight, without obstructing the view of the road. Garmin believes that this means the HUD can help increase safety and reduce driver distraction.
Coca-Cola Zero developed a groundbreaking edition can for the recent Rock in Rio Festival. With the addition of technology and music to the packaging, the new cans come with wave sounds that can be scanned by the new Coca-Cola Zero Music App, available for iOS and Android.
Amazon Reportedly Developing Smartphones TheStreet.com "The screen itself is not 3D, but the front of the phone has 4 cameras placed on each corner of the phone, this is to track the user's eyes/head and move the UI to give the impression of 3D.
This is a video introduction to www.historypin.com which might just prove to be a very useful and important project. It's historical geography powered by collaborative mapping that is infused with social media dynamics. Backed by Google, they are geo-tagging old photos to recreate the historical geographies of all places and comparing them with current street view images. You can search by topic, place or date...this has the potential to be very big.
Audi Releases Interactive Reality Manual For Drivers The Inquisitr A company that goes by the name of Metaio has worked with Audi to release Audi eKurzinfo, which is the first interactive augmented guide for drivers who aren't as tech-savvy.