Mobileye N.V., a global pioneer and leader in vision-based driver assistance and collision avoidance systems, announced today the expansion of its aftermarket product line with the introduction of the new Mobileye C2-170. The new product is a driver-safety system developed specifically for aftermarket applications and can be easily fitted in any passenger and commercial vehicles.
Samsung Digital Imaging today unveiled the ST1000 camera with never before seen built-in geo-tagging, Bluetooth 2.0 and Wi-Fi connectivity. Offering consumers an ‘always on’ experience, users can now send and post pictures almost as quickly as they take them, whilst the GPS capabilities will keep track of exactly where each picture was shot.
Augmented Reality Game Plus Facebook Equals Gaming For The Future? Social networking and augmented reality are the tech buzzwords du jour–but what happens when you mix the two up? You get the casual game Cannonballz from Zugara. And it’s a little taste of how gaming might go in the future.
Cliptoo is a web 2.0 mobile & internet service based on Google maps for creating, sharing, broadcasting and connecting to location based information. The service supports online area marketing of regions, cities, thematic initiatives as well as online publishers.
We’re really just at the beginning of the era of “mobile search.” Even what we think of as “search” will be dramatically altered by innovations in mobile. In this first phase the transfer of what might be called the “query box” (and related links) into mobile is complete. In time, however, we many even come to see that image — the white box with the search button to the right — as a kind of metaphor for something more intangible (i.e., directed intent) that can be fulfilled in a variety of ways.
Locify is a mobile application containing many location services, for free and available for most phones. It also contains useful features like maps, navigation, place and route recording.
Geolife Team is proud to present Navmii for Laptops and PC’s running Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7.
European Myspace competitor Netlog, which has over 33 million users, has released its native iPhone app. Users can get a feed of friends updates, see pictures, upload content and add pictures.