Comments: 0Thursday, March 14th 2013 - 10:25 CET
Koozoo Smartphone Video Camera network - Koozoo, the first platform dedicated to unlocking the potential of shared live video of the world’s public places, launched its network of smartphone video cameras and a new mobile app. Koozoo is the first crowd-sourced network of continuously broadcasting smartphone video cameras that makes it easy for anyone to share fun and informative views of the public spaces they see outside their window, inside their businesses, or while they’re on the go. Koozoo’s smartphone video camera network provide users with a window into the real world as it’s really happening.
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Comments: 0Saturday, November 10th 2012 - 15:30 CET
New Gangnam Style video added to iPhone dance app - With the initial free download, Dance Video App comes with three characters and one Gangnam Style dancer. The dancing characters are all fun, so any choice works. Once the character is selected, the app guides you to the next step. The Dance Video App allows users to record a video positioned around “dance zone,” the designated area where the chosen dancer will ultimately be inserted into the video. The user is able to view the dance zone while recording the video, so you can position the action and direct the scene accordingly. Each video is automatically stored in a gallery within the app. You can share your videos to social media websites like Facebook, Twitter or send via e-mail.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, January 13th 2010 - 11:30 CET
VholdR is debuting the Contour HD 1080p wearable camcorder at the 2010 Consumer Electronic Show. Built for outdoor enthusiasts looking for the ultimate video quality, ContourHD1080p is the World’s First Wearable Camcorder to shoot 1080p video and enable you to share it online. It features four HD settings (1080p, 960p, and two at 720p) with two frame rates (30fps and 60fps) and four configurable settings (metering, contrast, exposure, and microphone sensitivity). But, most important the ContourHD software will share your adventures in "Lifelike" 1080p video to the website of VholdR. Priced at $329.99 Contour HD 1080p wearable camcorder will be a fast moving product in 2010.
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Comments: 1Monday, January 11th 2010 - 22:25 CET
Somewhere in one of the gigantic halls of the Consumer Electronics Show, we met the representatives of Gelaskins. This company, based in North America, supplies so-called unique skins to personalize your mobile phone, notebook or even your guitar. Gelaskins collaborates with several artists whose artwork gets transferred onto a kind of vinyl skin. This way, electronic equipment receives a second skin as it were, with really beautiful artwork. A number of BlackBerry phones and iPhones were displayed on a table, looking simply smashing! Gelaskins are globally delivered and can be ordered online via GelaSkins.com.
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Comments: 0Sunday, November 29th 2009 - 21:15 CET
Whoever has an extra 2.1 million Euros lying around and doesn't want to be seen with an ordinary smart phone, or even an ordinary iPhone, should go shopping at Stuart Hughes. Stuart has dedicated himself to the pimping of must-haves, such as cell phones, under the pretext of art and design. That is very smart, because after all everybody owns a smart phone, but how is one distinguished from the other? That's where Stuart comes in. The most exclusive and the most expensive iPhone in the world has been made by him, the iPhone 3Gs Supreme. Together with his wife Katherine Hughes, he has designed a "pimped" version of the popular iPhone 3Gs.
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Comments: 0Friday, November 27th 2009 - 15:45 CET
Just in time for the holidays, Chinon announce AVi, industry’s first portable iPod docking station with a built-in LCD monitor and digital TV tuner. Consumers can view content and listen to music, as well as watch TV, all in one docking station. The user-friendly docking station combines an alarm clock, digital picture frame, iPod player, radio, and TV into an affordable, all-in-one, compact entertainment system. The AVi couples the iconic frame of a retro boom box with a modern rubberized black finish and silver trim, to capture the nostalgic style of the past, with the technology of today. The unit’s functionality along with its light design make this sleek gadget the perfect holiday gift for the music lover or child in your life.
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Comments: 0Sunday, June 7th 2009 - 10:55 CEST
Residents of Oklahoma can receive immediate access to National Weather Service alerts during severe weather season and throughout the year through the use of the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management’s (OEM) Weather Notification System. At no cost, subscribers can receive weather alerts for up to five counties sent to their email address and/or mobile device (cell phones, smart phones and PDAs). Standard text messaging rates apply.
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Comments: 0Monday, February 9th 2009 - 04:24 CET
Schlage, the most trusted brand of door locks, announced that the first wireless-controlled and Z-Wave enabled door lock, Schlage LiNK, is now available for purchase through Amazon and GoKeyless. Fusing home security and automation with mobile technology, Schlage LiNK deadbolts and locks provide homeowners the power to remotely control and monitor access to their home 24/7 with any web-enabled mobile phone or computer.
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Comments: 0Saturday, January 17th 2009 - 09:16 CET
MeadWestvaco announced that Navajo Manufacturing selected MWV as its sustainable packaging partner for Hottips!, a new, eco-friendly cell phone charging system. Navajo Manufacturing, which creates merchandising programs and innovative, branded products for some of the biggest U.S. retailers, chose MWV’s Natralock security packaging for its environmental benefits, impactful graphics and design. Hottips! was launched at the 2009 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) last week. The Eco-friendly phone charger and it’s retail package already received a CES award for environment-friendly design.
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Comments: 0Sunday, June 15th 2008 - 22:11 CEST
The future of the mobile phone may lie in its use as a mobile shopping device, according to a discussion among global mobile executives at the SNS Future in Review (FiRe) technology conference. Scanbuy Corp. announced at FiRe a new barcode system scheduled for U.S. release this summer which will allow users to wirelessly purchase and ship products using their mobile device’s pre-barcode-fitted camera. Chetan Sharma, President of Chetan Sharma Consulting, hosted the “Future of Wireless” panel, which included Gary Roshak, Vice President, Mobile Advertisers and Publishers, Yahoo!; Jonathan Bulkeley, CEO, Scanbuy; Hugh Bradlow, CTO, Telstra; and Rajeev Chand, Managing Director and Senior Equity Research Analyst, Wireless, Rutberg & Co.
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