My post yesterday about putting health information and emergency numbers into iPhones got a lot of views so I'm going to say more about the topic today. I've been trying to get simple instructions that might help you Android users but they're hard to find...
This looks like what I imagine the artificial intelligence systems from Spike Jonze's "Her" would do if they were put in a room together. Or the beginning of a joke, "three smartphones are hanging out in a bar talking.." So what happens exactly when you get a few smart phones to start talking to each other? Watch below to get an idea:
Technology is fantastic. These days, most of us have a numbers of cell phones in the household, as well as music players, tablets, cameras, and other gadgets. One of the problems, especially with large families - that's a lot of devices that need to be charged!
Yesterday, we talked about the positives and negatives about being a part of the herd trying to be among the first to own the new iPhone. And honestly, I was on the fence about how I was going to play it. But a little insomnia made the decision for me.
As Halloween creeps ever closer, thrill seekers and amateur ghost hunters will start to snoop around to scare each other and try to find evidence of "the other side". If you fall into either of those groups, here are some suggestions to get you started on the cheap.
Superstorm Sandy and the Seaside Boardwalk Fire changed Ocean County forever. A talented group of designers, producers, and journalists got together to make an interactive app to bring you right into the experiences on the Seaside Heights and Seaside Park boardwalks.
One surefire way to spot someone on the cutting edge of technology is if they're sporting Google's exclusive wearable computer, "Google Glass". Until today, you had to be someone in the know to score the desirable device. As of this writing, you can go buy it for yourself, for a limited time of course. But is it worth it?
This video is clearly meant as comedy, but I think when we take a good look at it, it's more of a social statement. Do you feel like this sometimes when everyone has their smartphones out? Watch below: