July 5th, 2013
futuristgerd
May 28th, 2013
marizannek
Reblogged from A Smarter Planet
May 26th, 2013
marizannek
emergentfutures:


With Personal Data, Predictive Apps Stay a Step Ahead

Apps that proactively help people with their lives represent a significant departure from earlier approaches to software.
Full Story: Technology Review

emergentfutures:

With Personal Data, Predictive Apps Stay a Step Ahead

Apps that proactively help people with their lives represent a significant departure from earlier approaches to software.

Full Story: Technology Review

May 19th, 2013
marizannek

fastcompany:

10 Little Known Apps That Entrepreneurs Can’t Live Without

Writer Leo Widrich offers a sneak peek at the next wave of productivity apps that top entrepreneurs like Tim Ferriss, Seth Godin, and Guy Kawasaki are working with daily.

Reblogged from Fast Company
May 14th, 2013
marizannek

thisistheverge:

Amazon launches virtual currency Coins

Amazon has just debuted its own virtual currency, Amazon Coins, allowing customers to pay for apps on its Amazon Appstore for Android, as well as some in-app items. Kindle Fire customers in the US are the first to get their hands on Amazon Coins, as the company is giving all of them $5-worth of the currency, or 500 coins. But anyone can head to the Amazon Coins page and purchase Coins for themselves. 

Reblogged from The Verge
May 4th, 2013
futuristgerd
April 17th, 2013
marizannek

8bitfuture:

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Google Glass specs confirm, App released.

Google have released the Android App for their upcoming Glass device, and confirmed the specs on their website. As rumored, the device won’t have a traditional speaker for audio playback, instead using a bone conduction transducer. Battery life is said to last ‘one full day of typical use’.

The full specs:

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Reblogged from 8 Bit Future
April 16th, 2013
marizannek

fastcompany:

Why Messaging Could Be Mobile’s Killer App

Could the next big platform fit inside a messaging app? 

Facebook’s new Android integration, Home, groups Instagram, maps, email, and other apps in one drawer. Its main screen has just three navigation options: “Apps,” “Last App,” and—the exceptional stand-alone app in the mix—“Messenger.”

Why has Facebook given such special treatment to a once tangential feature of its service?

Here’s a theory: “I think everyone is realizing that messaging is the killer app in mobile,” says Ted Livingston, the creator of a messenger app called Kik.

“Now it’s just who can wrap a platform around it the fastest.”

Read the full story here.

Reblogged from Fast Company
March 26th, 2013
marizannek
smarterplanet:

The real breakthrough of Google Glass: controlling the internet of things — GigaOM
Many of the first apps for Google Glass will be about consuming and sharing content on the go. But what if Google Glass could unlock control over the world of the Internet of Things both inside and outside the home?

smarterplanet:

The real breakthrough of Google Glass: controlling the internet of things — GigaOM

Many of the first apps for Google Glass will be about consuming and sharing content on the go. But what if Google Glass could unlock control over the world of the Internet of Things both inside and outside the home?