Yesterday Google announced the Chromecast device : a $US35 small HDMI Raspberry Pi equivalent computing dongle running the ChromeOS ooks like a winning way to finally get the those TV’s connected to the net for most people and add some smarts to those TV’s, with more functionality and devices to follow. Continue reading Chromecast, finally connecting TV’s to the net
There has been a lot of speculation this month about Apple TV, changes that make it more than a “Hobby” for Apple, including : re-branding it as iTV -even though that is already a British TV network called ITV. Could Continue reading Apples part of the shifting Television screen.
In all likelihood 2010 will be the year that tablet computers (and activities that belong on such a device) will become mainstream. A large part of this is due the the (expected) announcement of Apple to release a large(er) factor Continue reading 2010 Will be The Year of the Tablet!
This fall I was lucky to travel to Berlin and Paris on vacation, but as I geek I of course brought along a computer or 2. On last years trip to Los Angles I had a NetBook (Aspire One), and Continue reading Using an iPod as a travel device and the what could be (aka the tripPad™)
Via Mark Evan’s discussion of Newspapers Aren’t Doomed; It’s Their Business Models, (which is huge and juicy topic all by itself, I can across this TED video demo of Seadragon and Photosynth, by Blaise Aguera y Arcas. It is Seadragon Continue reading The Meta Photo Album