A few days ago, one of the developers of Bettir took a break from working on the blood pressure monitoring app. Little did Mike Chen realize, that project would come screeching to a halt as another created on a whim…
Mega has been on our radar for secure file storage ever since the file storage phoenix rose from the ashes of MegaUpload. Now, the company has created MegaChat, which it bills as a secure alternative to Skype, offering browser-based voice and video chat.
Developed by Patrocinium Systems, the ArcAngel personal security app draws on cutting-edge technology to bring an unparalleled level of clarity to emergency situations, making it ideal for both law enforcement officials and the general public...
Trello is an awesome project management tool that makes collaboration easy and, dare I say, even fun. But this visual list tool can do so much more, whether you're organizing work projects, family chores, travel plans, or just about anything else. Here are some ways to put Trello to use for managing your entire life.
Project Tango aims to recreate a digital version of the world around it like no thingamajig can, in 3D and in real time. Remember how Tony Stark dealt with the Chinatown crime scene in Iron Man 3? Using precise cameras, movement sensors, and depth-tracking, Tango can create a 3D image of its environment that can be manipulated according to the requirements of the user. While gaming seems to be the most obvious usage of this technology, recreating 3D environments in real time can also be useful for engineering, public safety, police work, and a whole new world of other applications.
Android: LibreOffice is one of our favorite office alternatives, and it stands up well to the competition. If you need to read your documents when you're away from the computer, LibreOffice Viewer Beta can help.
iPad: Khan Academy has had an iPad app for a while, but it didn't offer any of the actual training exercises available on the web site. A recent update changes that, and the new iPad app includes just about everything you get with the web version.
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