Succeeding in staying a step behind Google’s platform Android, but releasing an SDK anyway, Apple will be opening up their phones for developers to generate apps for them free of charge. They have decided to take on Blackberry and friends by moving to the corporate market with support for Exchange and ActiveSynch and Cisco providing IPSec secure VPN tunneling over WPA2 Wifi encryption (That’s all good news if you were wondering).
I don’t know if we’ll see Outlook/LiveMail apps but it’s a possibility I guess
linkage: via apple.com, download SDK (you’ll need apple ID)
Now this looks interesting. The sooner we can loose the keyboard and mouse the better. Speech control has never really taken off so maybe we should skip that and go neural? With the demo at GDC (Game Developers Conference) of the Epoc headset by Emotiv (planned for late 2008 release) thought controlled PC may be closer than we’d suspected.
linkage: via kotaku.com
Yeah you head it right. Patagia (look it up ). 100 mph of brown trouser fun
Ever got fed up with the slow speed of the neighbors wifi you are ‘borrowing’ for your Torrent download server? Well not to worry, Slurpr is here to save your day. Now you can steal ALL your neighbors wifi!
For those of us that grew up on Thunderbirds, the allure of a personal underwater vehicle will never subside. Like me you’ll appreciate the fantastic designs of Spanish designer Guillermo Sureda-Burgos.
linkage : via sci-fi tech
Go the Wii! All this talk about who will top the home console in the coming death match of the ps and xbox. Yet all the news articles I have seen on consoles recently have been about the Wii wooing hearts and minds of toddlers and grans alike. Now what do I find but a crazy cat has hooked one up to his sampler and loop software on his pc and is using the WiFi Wii handset to create a live mix. I wonder if anyone has added visuals as well?
linkage: wii remote loop machine