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Gmail Motion–It really works–You just need a Kinect and some Custom Software
Some of you have probably already seen Google’s April 1st announcement of their technology to use “Motion Sensing” to control Gmail. I betcha Google probably didn’t think of Kinect when making that spoof or perhaps they did which is why it sound plausible in a remote way. Anyways the FAST crew have brought responded to the spoof with demoing their Software doing just that. i.e. having motion control for Gmail using a Kinect and custom software of theirs. Actually this seems very feasible if you could ......

Posted On Sunday, April 3, 2011 9:34 PM

Looking for a Media Server
I have been looking for a software for a specific purpose but havent found it yet, so was wondering if anyone out there knew of something that serves this purpose. Let me explain. I want to have a Centralised Media Repository at home, like a server which other devices (laptops, pda etc) can connect to and listen to mp3s etc off the server (possibly by streaming). Users connecting to the server should be able to search media, browse media by album, artist etc. Does anyone know of any software that ......

Posted On Monday, September 7, 2009 11:15 AM

Windows Mobile Development
Over the last few months there has been quite a bit of news regarding Windows Mobile that has focused on 'pumping-up' the platform to compete with everything else out there (including the iphone) for instance Windows Mobile renamed to Windows Phone Microsoft Releases Windows Mobile Marketplace to compete with App Store Mobile Market place launches with 600 apps Windows Mobile 6.5 and how to create widget for WM 6.5 and this latest white paper - How to port an iphone application to Windows Mobile ......

Posted On Monday, August 3, 2009 6:25 AM

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Its not? well take a look-see anyway it has a whole bunch of reviews and news.

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Posted On Saturday, June 27, 2009 7:22 PM

AT&T Goes Surface
Saw this two posts on Gizmodo. WOW, I thought surface was commercially still some time away. Technorati Tags: Surface,Microsoft,AT&T Cross-posted from ......

Posted On Thursday, April 3, 2008 1:31 PM

Office Live Workspaces
Not that I use these things much, but on a few other occasions I have had the need to use Google Documents, and was quite contempt with it. The scenario where I would personally see the need for these kind of applications is when I want to share documents and stuff, and also be restricted with not having the Office programs available, e.g. WebCafes etc. So today moved by all the hype around the announcement of Office Live Workspaces I gave it a try, and I am impressed. The interface looks elegant, ......

Posted On Wednesday, March 5, 2008 4:32 PM
Tools written in Csharp for Video and Audio work. Check it out - There's some cool stuff there (if you are into that kinda thing anyways) Technorati tags: audio, video, tools, csharp, .net Cross-posted from ......

Posted On Sunday, January 20, 2008 7:48 PM

Windows Mobile 7 Peaks
The InsideMicrosoft blog has a scoop spilling out a few details about Windows Mobile 7. So far if this is true the OS will be awesome. Not sure about device support, the feature spectrum hints at motion sensors and multi-touch. http://microsoft.blognewsch... Technorati tags: Windows Mobile 7, Touch, Motion Sensor Cross-posted from ......

Posted On Thursday, January 10, 2008 1:46 AM

Silverlight for Mono in the Works
I just read this on Miguel De Icaza and his team are working on a Silverlight Runtime for Mono. The project dubbed Moonlight surfaced on Miguel's blog. There is a more comprehensive run down of Moonlight on the SitePoint blogs. Technorati tags: Silverlight, MoonLight, Mono, .NET Cross-posted from ......

Posted On Sunday, June 24, 2007 4:23 AM

Wireless USB
Wirelss USB? Yes that right, I am referring to this. Cool as it may sound, I am wondering if the over abundance of wirelss signals is good for the human body. Dont get me wrong, I love my wifi, but then again to connect your average devices to your machine is it neccessary? The only worthwhile application I can think for this at the moment is a connection to a printer from a laptop. But thats nothing the latest printers with a an inbuilt print server cant solve. Cross-posted from ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 16, 2007 11:37 PM

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