Mobile phones have evolved into smartphones because these devices have basically become computers in the form of a cell phone. Besides browsing, one of the key components that make smartphones as interactive as a computer are the apps that can be used within the device. And it’s interesting to consider how we can add this element of computing and interactivity to other gadgets we use in everyday… → Read More
If you’ve ever thought “I’d get so much more geo-location done in my day if it could all just be done from my watch,” the folks at inPulse smart watch have an app for you.
This hack allows inPulse smart watch users to check into Facebook Places and Foursquare with a tap of their watch button. It’s pretty kludgey right now because it requires a Bluetooth connection to an Android smartphone to work… → Read More
It looks like inPulse’s watch is finally available for pre-order. A long time coming, the watch, available in two styles, is more computer than traditional wrist watch, with users ables to load it up with apps (or program their own) that do any number of things. There’a an iTunes controller app, an app for controlling slideshow presentations, and ping app, a notifications app, and more! → Read More