Monthly Archives: February 2011

14 feb

Mobile Chips, Smaller, Smaller… now Dual and Smaller… Your phone = Desktop?

***, Electronics, Google, Mobility, News

If you know mobile, you know TI’s OMAP processors. TI has made amazing strides, now offering many Dual Core processors, this year 1Ghz and 1.5Ghz Dual Core and next year 2Ghz Dual Core. They are even planning on releasing highlights … Continue reading

12 feb

Pandora to go Public. Invest/Trade: To or Not To!

***, Media, Mobility

It’s always exciting when successful tech companies go public. Many people think of IPO’s similar to playing the lottery; emotions begin to cloud judgement and the basic emotions of greed and fear spill into each potential investment. But, when you … Continue reading

11 feb

Mobile Scrolling in HTML, Apple-like scrollable elements for the web

**, Android, Browsers, Chrome, Firefox, HTML5/CSS3, Internet Explorer, iPad, iPhone, JavaScript, Mobility, Safari, Windows (Mobile), Yahoo

Would you like your mobile web applications appear just like a normal SDK app? There are several JavaScript libraries that are already available. The basic issue is that when a mobile site is navigated, the primary function for swiping is … Continue reading

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10 feb – getting noticed for WebGL Tetris

**, 3D Graphics, HTML5/CSS3, News, Site Related, WebGL

I was happy to find that my site has been getting discovered out there. Today, and 3 other sites have posted my WebGL Tetris link and traffic has increased by 30x more than it’s highest day in the short … Continue reading

10 feb

SDK Wars turn into Mobile Browser Wars

***, Android, Apple, Browsers, C++, Google, HTML5/CSS3, iPad, iPhone, Java, Microsoft, WebGL, Windows (Mobile)

I found this well thought out article here at TechCrunch about the future web and mobile world to be swept by HTML5. It’s an article on what the world of web technology is and where it will be in the … Continue reading

8 feb

Google Chrome to Phone & Android Auto Installer & Demos

**, Android, Chrome, Google

I’ll have to thank Brian, my colleague for bringing this up to me. Google never seizes to amaze me with their new products and innovation. Last year, Google created a Chrome extension and Android application, that link together to share … Continue reading

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8 feb

Internet Explorer Header translated to English

**, Browsers

I found a good article that helps explains HTTP headers, found it comical, and just might help out anyone trying to learn. $this->performHighlight(‘GET /book/html/index.html HTTP/1.1 Host: Accept: image/gif, image/jpeg, image/pjpeg, application/x-ms-application, application/, application/xaml+xml, application/x-ms-xbap, application/x-shockwave-flash, application/x-silverlight-2-b2, application/x-silverlight, application/, application/, … Continue reading

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8 feb

Project Tracking: Microsoft Kinect MediaCenter App, Android Voice Recognizer App, WebGL Tetris

**, Android, C++, Chrome, Electronics, Entertainment, Games, Google, Hacking, Home Projects, HTML5/CSS3, Java, Linux, Media, Microsoft, Mobility, Site Related, WebGL, Windows

This will be my periodic tracking post for my current projects. This is probably more for you, but I’ll let the readers hold me accountable to get these things done. I’ll limit these to only three at a time. At … Continue reading

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7 feb

Android surpasses iPhone (iOS) in Platform Market Share

**, Android, iPhone

Of 63.2 million users of smart phones in the US, Google’s Android have now surpassed Apple’s iPhone in smart phone platform market share. What surprised me is how quickly Android is growing. Take a look at the numbers. Top Smartphone … Continue reading

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6 feb

Super Bowl Sunday and the world of the Internet

***, Entertainment, Media, Mobility

I’m thinking Football today. Even if my team isn’t in the game, it should be a fun match to watch. This year, projections are estimating around 110 Million people, in the US, to watch the game. That would be one … Continue reading

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