Feb11

The Birth of SkyNet?


Google finally plans to light up some of that dark fiber they’ve been sitting on for years. In doing so, they’ll be turning on pipes with the potential to operate in excess of 100x the speed of what we’re used to. This will allow for the creation of web-based applications and services that have previously been impossible to implement. With the Chrome OS running on cheap hardware, connected to this much bandwidth, will traditional desktop software finally be on it’s way out? Let’s just hope that Google can stick to it’s “Do no Evil” promise… I don’t want to wake up in the future with a “G”erminator hunting me down for my “cookies”. ;-)

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Feb11

The Birth of SkyNet?

Google finally plans to light up some of that dark fiber they’ve been sitting on for years. In doing so, they’ll be turning on pipes with the potential to operate in excess of 100x the speed of what we’re used to. This will allow for the creation of web-based applications and services that have previously […]

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Filed In: Home Tech Net Future Computing

Dec23

Google Nexus One UI Walkthrough

Engadget: The Google Nexus One trickle continues. Today’s two menu items include a 5-minute demonstration of the Android 2.1 interface — shaky, sure, but it’s a pretty thorough rundown of all the menus. We’re also serving up some low-resolution picture comparisons of the Nexus One laying side-by-side with the iPhone and HTC Hero. It still […]

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Filed In: Mobile


May15

Mobile Cloud Computing

Technology Review: The problem with mobile phones, says Allan Knies,
associate director of Intel Research at Berkeley, is that everyone
wants them to perform like a regular computer, despite their relatively
paltry hardware. Byung-Gon Chun,
a research scientist at Intel Research Berkeley, thinks that he might
have the solution to that problem: create a supercharged clone of your
smart phone that […]

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Filed In: Mobile Future

Mar2

Cool 3D Mobile UI that Tracks your Eyes!

Uberphones: Here’s something you certainly don’t see every day. The Astonishing Tribe (TAT) has come up with a cell phone user interface that gives a convincing sense of depth and layers by tracking you eyes using their self-developed 3G engine. It basically relies on your eyes’ location in relation to the […]

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Filed In: Misc. Gadgets Mobile Future



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