The deal should make life easier for some of CloudSigma’s customers, while for the freshly-launched, open-source CompatibleOne it represents early validation.
Ford’s smartphone centric approach to the connected car is paying off. By relying on the handset to deliver the data link and run infotainment apps, Ford is able to retroactively connect millions of unconnected cars.
The wireless connection between mobile devices and the TV is emerging as the high ground in the battle for control of the digital living room, and there are already several major combatants trying to occupy it, including Apple, Google and Microsoft (SmartGlass).
The Swedish firm’s EyeX developer kit, which will ship in March, comes with the latest tools for creating games and other apps that build on the human gaze as a means of interaction.
TapTap-creator Woodenshark is one of several startups aiming to turn the connected wristband from a mere recorder of activity into a device that can communicate and control other apps through gesture and touch.
From this year’s Roadmap design conference, it’s clear that good design is dependent not only on what you’re designing, but whom you’re designing for.
Ahead of our Mobilize event Oct. 16 and 17, we asked experts how 50 billion connected devices and 6 billion people change their industry. In this essay August’s Jason Johnson tackles the topic of user interface.
By letting TomTom into the connected car dashboard, Ford is opening the door to apps that compete with its own subscription vehicle navigation services.
The Norwegian browser firm is now thinking truly post-PC. Its Coast browser does away with traditional desktop browser elements such as tabs, forward and back buttons, and even the URL bar.
Creative’s Senz3D camera is up for pre-order as of Thursday. It’s the first peripheral to use Intel’s perceptual computing tech, which will be built into computers from next year.