My new Tesla Model 3 just received 2019.8.5 firmware which allows Navigate on Autopilot to change...Read More
Google has made available the upcoming Honeycomb or 3.0 version of Android via their SDK for those who develop for said platform. The final revision is not yet completed with all of its API’s and whatnot, but if you would...Read More
Don’t want to spring for the iPad? Barnes & Nobles Nook E-Book reader is now shipping and the timing could not be more perfect. Amazon is having numerous issues with publishers not happy with the inability to set...Read More
Safari 4 has been out for a week or more now and you eigther love it or you have gone back to Firefox at this point. The one thing not mentioned much is that Safari 4 supports HTML5 and CSS3. HTML 5 now allows support for audio and video tags, which in turn allows much easier video and audio integration into ones website. CSS 3 is also being supported by the browser which allows dynamic shadows and reflections within the browser itself. Lets hope Apple touches more on this during the March 24th event.
For an example of HTML5 and CSS3, see Apple’s very quick demo [here]Read More
Multitouch Oy now has a demo of its HD multitouch display. The display allows multitouch and reacts very quickly as you can see from the video. The idea of multitouch is not a new one, but has yet become widely available other than on portable devices like laptops and the iPhone.
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