This is a neat web-based customer service system that allows you (and anyone in your entire company, not just support staff) respond to customer questions, regardless of the source: email, Twitter post, Facebook, etc.
MIT and Princeton have come up with a way to avoid red lights if you drive slow enough. SignalGuru, an iPhone app, uses pictures from dash-mounted smartphones to calculate the speed you should travel to avoid hitting red light, or having to brake.
This just in: Steve Jobs quits Apple! The Wall Street Journal has the story. What does this mean for the future of Apple, the iPhone, and the iPad?
This great app provides the iPad user with an easy to manage shopping list that can be taken everywhere.
If you went directly to google.com today, you see a doodle on the Google homepage honoring Jorge Luis Borges, an Argentinian author who was a hypertext visionary. What do you think?
Apple’s iPad has grown in popularity amongst tech-savvy people and gadget-lovers alike. There are thousands of apps available on the market for the iPad, some of which are meant for entertainment purposes, many of which have an aim towards productivity. The best thing about the iPad is that all of these apps may be downloaded and installed via wireless internet. Here, we will concentrate on the top 5 productivity apps.
The Wall Street Journal reports on a new study that says browsing the web at work can help reduce boredom and increase productivity. What do you think about that, or are you currently browsing to take a break off of work? Via
Breaking- HP seems to be exiting the hardware business (tablet, phone, and PC). So what’s left? Software? I knew about some management software they have (OpenView), but is that enough to sustain the company? And does this have anything to do with Google’s purchase of Motorola? I.e., now they know they can’t compete? I’ll post [...]
If you’ve been to google.com today, you might have noticed the Google logo looks like a chalkboard. It’s Google’s way of honouring Pierre de Fermat, a French mathematician famous for his Last Theorem, of which the proof was supposedly to long to be able to be written in a book of his. What’s your verdict: [...]
Google just bought Motorola’s mobility division for $12.5 billion.
This is somewhat strange news coming just a day or two after Motorola announced it would be charging royalties on Android phones for use of its patents.