Thursday, November 27, 2008
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Official google.org Blog: Introducing Google.org Geo Challenge Grants
Monday, November 3, 2008
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Source: Google LatLong: Google Earth now available for iPhone: "To get Google Earth on your iPhone, visit the App Store in iTunes or your iPhone, and search for 'Google Earth.'"
Friday, October 24, 2008
As a great example of a cool use of this technology enter MeetWays, a clever mashup that enables users to enter 2 locations (detailed or simply using zip codes) along with a variable (like pizza or coffee etc...) and in return you get returned locations that are aprrox in the middle... imagine, I enter your zip and mine and we determine a half way point to meet-up.. this is awesome!!
See also the HTTP Geocoding service for server-side geocoding, and the GClientGeocoder class for client-side geocoding
Google Geo Developers Blog: Geocoding... in Reverse!
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Then there's the Nokia 6820 user.. nice, bet you haven't seen one of those for some time now! And a killer scene with the 3 US dudes that aren't carrying their phones with them (you know, roaming charges!) a tip, when in Europe check out one of the carrier shops and grab yourself a pre-paid SIM for cheap cheap, enabling you to actually use your device, if anything else you can use unlimited data while there! And then the lady with the iPhone thats getting slooooooower and sloooooower.. gee, haven't heard that complaint for some time! Enjoy the show and thanks guys!
Mobile Industry Review Show - Week 41 from Mobile Industry Review on Vimeo.
Friday, October 10, 2008
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I recently posed a question to our readers... I asked, Which Mobile Device / Smartphone Do You Want Next?
If you could upgrade your mobile device next month which way would you go?? From roughly 100 responses the results are in:
- iphone 8.8%
- Bold 7.7%
- G1 20%
- N95 33.3 %
- dont need 5.5%
- Other 3.3%
- S60 other 20%
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
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Friday, August 15, 2008
myGeolog mobile (Beta 3) - Another fine mobile social networking application. Features:Mobile application has easier menu navigation and menu response (compared to WAP-based services)
- Low costs for sending multimedia content (e.g. photos are significantly cheaper than MMS)
- Convergence between web and mobile phones for better interaction between members
- Geotagging for all photos, videos, and text-based activities (automatically generated for GPS-enabled phones).
Download myGeolog from http://www.mygeolog.com/ or hit this url from your mobile browser www.mygeolog.com/mobile
Got 12 Seconds? You can record and share 12second updates with just about any mobile phone. Just record your video and email or MMS it to the unique email address given to you and you're good to go. A clever way to crunch and share your video clips. See www.12seconds.tv.
And, for you facebook users, BlueWhale is a fine, new app that provides access to your facebook functionality via mobile. Sure, you can already load facebook mobile or update via sms or shozu, however, this app enables you to do even more including: poke your friends, update status, check your wall, email, and more. http://apps.facebook.com/bluewhalemail/ or see http://bluewhalepress.blogspot.com/
Friday, August 1, 2008
After searching the web for how to contact the blogger team -- good luck with that one!!! - it seems many others are having the same mis-fortune.
For one, I'm very pi#@#$#@$ed off about this, particularly since I'm off to San Diego for the ESRI UC bnext week and had planned on blogging.. great! So, if anyone from Google happens to read this, maybe contact me (glenn at gisuser.com) and offer up some help or advice. Otherwise, WordPress is sure starting to look good!!
Friday, July 25, 2008
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Friday, July 11, 2008
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Some of the features:
WRT makes it easy for anyone with Web development and design skills to create mobile applications. Developers can port desktop widgets to WRT with very little effort — using existing authoring tools.
The new Nokia WRT widgets use the same service back-end as Nokia’s WidSets mobile widget community to optimize content for mobile environments, so the operations end of the equation is taken care of.
See widgets.nokia.mobi and test for yourself
Nokia now offers free downloadable, standalone widgets enabled by Web Runtime Technology (WRT) for the latest S60-based devices. The new widgets are available on widgets.nokia.mobi.WRT makes it easy for anyone with Web development and design skills to create mobile applications. Developers can port desktop widgets to WRT with very little effort — using existing authoring tools.
Wednesday, July 2, 2008
Simply select your device, specify the email account you wish to access, verify info, then install the app on your device if supported - currently I don't see a Nokia N95 8GB???
You can grab it at http://email.nokia.com/
Saturday, June 21, 2008
Virgin Mobile: email@example.com
where phonenumber = your 10 digit phone number
Thursday, June 12, 2008
So, what are location-based triggers? From the filing document, Location based triggering (LBT) can be utilized when providing services for various users to define actions that are triggered based on physical locations of objects, people, or any other point of interest (POI).
See more at WIPO - http://www.wipo.int/pctdb/en/wo.jsp?WO=2008056283
Thanks to TechAHA for providing us with this tip - See http://techaha.blogspot.com/2008/06/nokia-hints-at-nokia-maps-30.html
Wednesday, June 11, 2008
Seems to me that perhaps if an app like Geomarc was embedded into cameras it would be useful in tracking metadata on such "leaked" images
Friday, June 6, 2008
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Deadline for submission of all applications is August 20, 2008 at 11:59 p.m. GMT.
Friday, April 4, 2008
- the uLocate WHERE developer platform is the developer tool of choice this year for LBS apps - 10 of the top 15 apps used WHERE!
- The Nokia N95 seemed to be the device of choice for demos - most of the demos I saw were running on the N95, although not the N95 8GB... odd!
- According to Navteq, more than half of this years' apps incorporated some form of user-gerated content - of note, last year the hot trend was social networking apps.
See more at www.lbschallenge.com or www.lbszone.com
Thursday, April 3, 2008
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Trimble's Geocache Navigator is now available as a free download for the Nokia N95, Nokia N82, and Nokia 6110 Navigator. Three options for downloading the application include:
-- Texting CACHE to 32075 (U.S. and Canada) or +447781488133
-- Downloading the application from the Geocache Navigator web site at
-- Pointing a mobile phone browser to m.getGN.com
A detailed demo video is now available from Trimble
or view the video clip below
Monday, January 21, 2008
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About the App... It allows posting of the content as text, image, audio or video, to a Web log (blog) directly from the mobile phone using any type of available network (mobile phone or Wi-Fi network). The application allows saving the work for later posting in the case there is no available network or to allow selection of a network with larger up-link bandwidth (faster posting) or lower cost (for example a free Wi-Fi HotSpot compared to a mobile phone network). Wavelog does not restrict users to a specific blog hosting provider, social network or an intermediate content aggregation. It permits a complete freedom for choosing blog hosting provider or even installing own blog publishing system on the Internet, extranet, intranet, or a local area network. It is designed for performance, scalability and reliability, so it is coded in C++ programming language as a native Symbian OS application. Wavelog does not use any form of usage tracking for targeted advertisement or direct marketing purposes. See http://www.telewaving.com/wp/
Friday, January 11, 2008
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Blocks unwanted calls
Allows block/unblock calls on the go ..
Maintains a log of rejected calls .. and allows to send an sms or make a call to the rejected caller immidiately ! See more here