It’s official: Kids today have way cooler toys than you did when you were growing up. PBS Kids has just outed its first augmented reality mobile app for iOS — a game called Fetch! Launch Rush that aims to take the sting out of learning to do addition and subtraction in your head. If you’re up on PBS’
If you are looking for a way to move your .NET app into the cloud, then you probably have heard of Apprenda by now. We covered their launch earlier this year, and today they have v3 available.
New features included in Apprenda 3.0 are support for nearly any .NET web or SOA application by way of its
Back in October, as you may recall, Adobe unveiled its Touch Apps family — a collection of six tools designed to make life easier and more tactile for tablet-using creative types. Today, those apps are finally available on the Android Market, for tablets running Android 3.1 or higher. The sextet includes
Trapit, a startup that personalizes content with the same artificial intelligence technology that powers Apple’s Siri, is launching its public b…
Trapit, a personalized tool for discovering Web articles, opens to the public today. Trapit crawls roughly 100,000 sites, adding more sources every week, to provide users with the most relevant content from deep within the Web, not just the popular or SEO-spammy results. It’s built on the same AI technology
Los enlaces acortados de Bitly son capaces de predecir la próxima tendencia en línea, y una asociación con VeriSign está a punto de aumentar esa capacidad de predicción.
El presidente de IBM en España, Juan Antonio Zufiria, destaca el potencial de las tecnologías de análisis y optimización para mejorar los procesos de gestión y toma de decisiones.
You may know Dan Porter as the CEO of the free multiplayer gaming and chat platform, OMGPOP, which specializes in making social games, like Puppy World, for example. What you may not know is that, for the last year, Porter has been managing and curating a free, weekly newsletter called Inside Startups.
Protesters at Zuccotti Park have enough resources to satisfy a small village: hot food, live entertainment, even a library.
But perhaps their m…
Some of us express our über-geeky tendencies by building Tron lightcycle case mods, or playing with Arduino. While others tend to err on the side of… insanity. MIT student Tyler Christensen would probably fall into that latter category, most recently strapping a tesla coil (and associated capacitors)