So, here’s the thing: Aegis, the security framework on the Nokia N9, has been busted wide open — thanks an exploit known as Inception. Much like root access on Android, the software allows developers to write apps (and users to install apps) that take full advantage of the N9′s capabilities. Naturally,
Two high school students are taking part in a bit of an experiment at Vanderbilt University. The college’s Medical and Electromechanical Design Laboratory (MED Lab) is working on an Android app that turns tablets into a teaching aid for the visually impaired. Areas of math that rely heavily on visual
BlogFrog, a self-described "social activation platform," has raised $1.2 million in a Series A round of funding.
The company was first known as a community for "mommy bloggers", allowing them to add social features to their sites. In the last year or so, however, BlogFrog has shifted direction, using
Pinwheel, un nuevo sitio creado por Caterina Fake, cofundadora de Flickr, permite a sus usuarios colocar notas virtuales en cualquier parte.
Los procesadores en los teléfonos inteligentes y las tabletas dejan escapar señales de radio que delatan las claves de cifrado utilizadas para proteger los datos delicados.
*I haven’t actually seen it yet. I’m not actually sure what features it will have. II’m quite sure I’m a jackass for saying so right now. But hey — FIRST!!!!
There was a time not too long ago when the day before an Apple event was the time for everyone to get their last-minute predictions in. For the
It’s no secret Steve Jobs felt about styluses, but that doesn’t seem to have deterred Ten One Design. The company behind the Pogo Sketch is now teasing a pen designed to work with the as-yet unannounced iPad 3. The stylus, codenamed "Project Blue Tiger," is pressure-sensitive, and pairs with the iPad
NASA‘s storied space shuttle program may be history but ships are still making bold voyages into space — at least, in Lego form.
The Spark of Genius Series highlights a unique feature of startups and is made possible by Microsoft BizSpark. If you would like to have your st…
Wallit is an ambitious little app. It wants to be part Foursquare, part Facebook, part instant messaging, and part augmented reality. The final product is something that is genuinely unique in its own right. The app, which launched for the iPhone and iPad today, lets users create posts on a “Wall”