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Jun
4
2013

An app that nags like a wife – NeverLate

NeverLate - an iPhone app that promises to prevent you from getting late

Imagine a machine that nags like a wife and is after your life to do what needs to be done. Before we run around screaming that the machines have taken over, let me be more specific – it’s just an app for now.

May
3
2013

Nokia Asha with dedicated Whatsapp Button

Nokia Asha with dedicated Whatsapp Button

Whatsapp is taking ubiquity to a whole new level by creating a product which works cross platforms and yet offers far more possibilities than the traditional SMS. Nokia with its Asha 210 series went the Blackberry route and began offering the phone with a dedicated whatsapp button.

Feb
21
2013

Google Glass UI “How It Works”

Google Glass UI “How It Works”

Google just gave us a glimpse of what the UI for the much awaited Google Glass headset would look like. It is not the first time that the Google has teased the wearable device beginning with its announcement last year.

Jan
4
2012

Tech world of 2012 – our predictions

Tech world of 2012 - our predictions

Technology industry is one of the most unpredictable industries. Some companies become billionaire overnight and some established ones, come to verge of closing. Some products become instant hit with consumers and some seasoned products lose their shine instantly. So here are our 5 tech predictions for this unpredictable market for the year 2012.

Dec
20
2011

QR Code or Crossword? – By Filmmaker Christian Svanes

QR Code or Crossword?

At the recent MoMA’s Talk to Me exhibition, visitors had an option of scanning additional information about everything that was exhibited, using QR codes. One of the most interesting QR code assigned was with Filmmaker Svanes Kolding’s film The Things We Keep. It is a crossword puzzle built inside a QR code.

Dec
19
2011

Santa gets a new assistant – Apple iPhone Siri Ad

Santa gets a new assistant - Apple iPhone Siri Ad

Remember the first ad of Apple iPhone 4S that featured Siri? Ever since Apple started advertising their products in 1970s, they have hardly failed to enchant their audience. Feel free to correct me here, if you may. And they do it again! This Christmas, Santa gets a new assistant – Apple iPhone’s Siri.

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