Month: March 2014

Robots everywhere

You wouldn’t ask these robots for advice, but at least they do what they are designed for, to a degree. As I’ve mentioned before, a robot doesn’t need human cognition to be useful. More important is being designed for its

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Coffee goes the way of ink

A coffee machine that only accepts branded/DRM’d coffee capsules. How do you DRM a coffee pod? | Ars Technica Via NFC maybe? It could also be mechanically or via colors or patterns. Something we looked at at Anoto during 2008,

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Nokia X with Android

More or less what’s happened lately, not necessarily in the completely right order: Nokia loses most of its smartphone market share to Apple and later Google/Samsung/HTC etc. The stock plunges. Nokia collaborates with Intel for a modern smartphone/tablet platform called

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Flappy Bird copycats

When you thought Flappy Bird was gone for good, developers have been busy releasing copycats of the notorious game: Flappy Bird: AppStore sees new clone of Dong Nguyen’s game every 24 minutes – News – Gadgets & Tech – The

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CliqTags at AppDirect; official this time

More information at CliqTags: CliqTags at AppDirect; official this time | CliqTags

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