Ordinarily, if you use your iPhone to fry eggs, it’s time to check when your warranty expires.
Not so for these KIRF iPhones.
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20 Feb 2012 Leave a comment
10 Feb 2012 Leave a comment
Sprint’s Q4 2011 earnings report is out, and strong iPhone sales are among the highlights.
07 Feb 2012 Leave a comment
Apple holds only a 9 percent share of the global mobile phone market but it grabbed 75 percent of the industry’s overall profits last quarter, according to data from Asymco.
Read this blog post by Lance Whitney on Apple.
27 Jan 2012 Leave a comment
in Technology Tags: calgary university, collaborative team, columbia, computer science, external displays, iphone, sebastian, smartphone, steven feiner, technology approach, university of calgary, university of munich, writing on the wall
A collaborative team from the University of Calgary, University of Munich, and Columbia, have figured out a way to use a smartphone to project the phones display on to external displays nearby.
The team thinks of its technology approach, Virtual Projection, as “borrowing available display space in the environment.” Dominikus Baur, Sebastian Boring, and Steven Feiner are behind Virtual Projection. Feiner is Professor of Computer Science at Colu
07 Jan 2012 Leave a comment
While the most common way of testing ones sobriety is blowing into a breathalyzer machine, its far from the only way.
At roadside checkpoints, one thing police often look at is called horizontal gaze nystagmus (HGN).
06 Jan 2012 Leave a comment
Help your friends, and yourself, make the responsible decision of driving sober by utilizing the power of the iPhone 4 with the BreathalEyes app.
A simple app that helps gauge your ability to drive after drinking.