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Inside Google Nexus One

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I want you to take a look at: NDTV Gadgets: Inside Google Nexus One

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Webware

Posted on June 21, 2007. Filed under: SocialSoftware |

Video: Which apps made the Webware 100?

Which apps made the Webware 100? Which apps made the Webware 100?. Winners and top picks for the contest are announced.

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iPhone Application List

Posted on June 19, 2007. Filed under: SocialSoftware |


Some argue that the fact that using Safari is the “SDK” for the iPhone is a cop out. Other’s thing it is genius.

One thing is for sure. There is already a list of iPhone applications being built, as shown by iPhone Application List. This is pretty impressive since hardly anyone even has the device yet!

What did these people need to know? The dimensions of the darn screen. They also needed Safari (hence the Windows release for Windows developers). Of course, they aren’t making use of any special API calls that the phone may give you (e.g. openGoogleMap(’….’);).

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Fotolia

Posted on June 18, 2007. Filed under: SocialSoftware |

Fotolia Version 2: API + Vector Files

fotolia.pngDigital stock image marketplace Fotolia have launched Fotolia V2, a new version that offers performance enhancements as well as two new features: a public API and the ability to distribute vector files.

The new version of Fotolia sees complete redesign that is said to boost stability, speed and enhance the user experience, as well as providing improved support for global standards and non-English languages.

Fotolia’s new public API makes it possible for developers to integrate Fotolia in to their applications or products. The company already has numerous partners for the program building applications including plug-ins, add-ons and widgets.

SVG vector support gives Fotolia an edge over many of its competitors by supporting a format that continues to grow in popularity due to its ability to be resized on any scale without quality loss.

Fotolia was already a well rounded stock photography site. The new version makes the overall package more appealing.

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IPTV tech

Posted on June 18, 2007. Filed under: SocialSoftware |

Clearer picture for IPTV tech?

Microsoft has tuned up its software for service providers, but consumers shouldn’t expect much in the near future.
Photos: Is IPTV software ready for prime time?
IPTV chugs along

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SAFARI for Windows

Posted on June 13, 2007. Filed under: SocialSoftware |

Video: Steve Jobs announces Safari for Windows

Steve Jobs announces Safari for Windows Steve Jobs announces Safari for Windows. Apple browser making its way onto PCs.

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BadBunny

Posted on June 12, 2007. Filed under: SocialSoftware |

Cross-Platform OpenOffice Worm: Scary Proof of Concept

A new worm reported by Symantec called “BadBunny” infects computers after the user opens a .odg file. Although the chance of becoming infected by BadBunny is low, its unique cross-platform capabilities put any computer user at risk. Also, the article bashes Macs slightly… I think we all need a little of that after a day at WWDC.

OpenOffice worm BadBunny hops across operating systems [cnet]

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Apple

Posted on June 12, 2007. Filed under: SocialSoftware |

Slides from Today’s Apple Worldwide Developer Conference

Check out Steve’s slides: big font, lots of pictures, very few words, and the bullets build. For a good contrast, read Garr Reynolds’ analysis of Steve vs Bill.

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TWIT Podcast

Posted on June 12, 2007. Filed under: SocialSoftware |

TWiT 100: The Century Mark

Hosts: Leo Laporte, Patrick Norton, Kevin Rose, and John C. Dvorak

iPhone hype, CBS buying spree, and dehydrated vodka. It’s our 100th episode.

Thanks to AOL Radio for the bandwidth for this show.

Running time: 1:15:53

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