The First Augmented Reality Browser

Video of the world’s first mobile Augmented Reality browser, initially for the Android platform, from Layer Technologies in the Netherlands. So cool that it makes adding an Android to my quiver very...

PC Touch-Screen Technology Moving Beyond Curiosity

First Jobs and Woz visited Xerox PARC, got the idea for a graphical interface, which in 1984 led to the Macintosh. Then Bill Gates got into the act and Windows was born. Some twenty-five later, Apple brought us the iPhone and iTouch, the first mass-market devices with...

Web 2.0 — What Will Make it Work?

Join us this Friday for a deep dive into marketing and Web 2.0 technology at  The Executive Summit: Marketing & Technology-the Next Frontier hosted by Pace University’s Lubin School of Business. Click here for more information and to register. According to...

The iPod Touch, Supersized

The recent announcement of the third generation iPhone OS has fueled persistent rumors of an Apple netbook or other intermediate size device, something I’d welcome for so many reasons. So this morning I was happy to stumble on Rex Hammock’s blog post...

Sleepless in New York

I spent the last weekend in January participating in the first Global Game Jam at New York’s Columbia University (there were 1,650 participants at 54 locations in 23 countries in all, including a group at New York University). Now that I’ve recovered from...