Tag Archives: Next Tech

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 […]

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 […]

Is There a Downside to the Upside of Social Media?

Between the Susan Boyle phenomenon, participating in a panel discussion on the importance of social media in business as part of NYC Entrepreneur Week and watching clients eyes cross when […]

Social Media and the Future of Business

Join us on Tuesday, April 21st at the Samsung Experience, Time Warner Center, NY for a panel disciussion on The Future of Business: Is Social Media the Answer? produced by […]

Twitter in Your Pocket

Wired’s Danny Dumas and Steven Leckart stopped by Twitter headquarters the other day to probe the company’s new moneymaking brainchild. Or did they…? If you like this Twitter gadget I’ve […]

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 […]

Toy Fair Brain Dump

Our friend Warren Buckleitner, Editor of Children’s Technology of Review (www.childrenssoftware.com), gives an impromptu brain dump of Toy Fair ’09. On his mind: the explosion of virtual world-real toy hybrids […]

Read the Book, Play the Game

Of all the games I saw at Toy Fair this week the Jacabee Code was the most interesting. In this new-to-market print/game hybrid for 7 to 12 year olds, the […]

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 […]

Brand You According to Google

Let’s face it, the ability to manage and control our personal and professional identities has taken a big hit thanks to web services like Google, MySpace, Facebook, social bookmarking and […]