Articles About 'cell phones'
Google is known for having dozens of new tools in various states of development at any given moment. These typically extend the power of Google and they are available to the public in various states of “not ready for prime time”. There’s no cost to being a part of this human guinea pig beta other than your […]
Dust or Magic App Camp was a two day conference held to share ideas, get involved, and immerse yourself in the newest interactive programming environment — apps development. But you know the old “if an App falls in the woods …” To make sure that the apps garnered a public life, I, along with Reyne Rice […]
If you’re 17 or so and getting ready about to say goodbye to high school prom night might figure high on your to do list this week. The ultimate sign of digital times are the numbers of kids who’ll invite their dates via a text message. The conversation might go something like this, says Margaret […]
Now that buying a mobile phone is like buying a computer, moving, adapting and configuring your phone has become a full time job. In the last few weeks I’ve heard the newest excuse for bad phone behavior –pocketbook dialing, misdials, and phones sounding off in inappropriate places. “I just got a new phone and I’m still […]
Posted: April 14th, 2010 under cell phones, hardware, social networking, tech skills, time management, Your Digital Kids.
Tags: Android, getting started, iPhone, mobile phone, touch screen
Moshi Moshi headsets are the brainstorm of three design-conscious expats in Hong Kong who hated spending long periods of time on their cellphones. “When you’re in your office,” said John Brunner, managing director, “there’s no reason to hold the cellphone to your ear or wear earphones.” In addition to style and comfort, Brunner says that […]
Like many of you, I’m struggling with my next smartphone move (one look at my phone would have you roaring with laughter about my indecision). After dissecting feature by feature, I go into a phone feature haze. So, instead, I decided to “grok” the souls of each machine. From my perch I see Blackberry’s interest […]
Yes, it’s a Trekian buzzword, but telepresence creates the illusion that something or someone is with you.
In my last post, we looked at Intel’s study on mobile etiquette. Now we can see what one company with a wicked sense of humor is doing about it. At last, perfect gift for obnoxious cellphone abusers. It’s called Cell-R-Derm. Modelled on the transdermal patches you’d use to stop smoking, these patches (once you get […]
At a small gathering at the Russian Tea Room in New York City, Intel released the findings of a Harris Poll called the Intel Holiday Mobile Etiquette study. Turns out that mobile etiquette over the holidays is much like non-mobile etiquette—there are unspoken rules and it’s the adults that make the rules.