Watching TV is a favorite American past time, however, what most American’s never consider, is that most people in the world don’t have the same luxury. That’s because most places around the globe don’t have American television coverage with our favorite programs –in many countries the broadcasts we watch and love are blocked. That’s where UnoTelly comes in.
We all have loved ones whom we care about and want always to remain safe. Unfortunately, women in particular, continuously face situations that compromise their safety and are potentially dangerous (e.g., when living far from home, leaving work late at night, going on blind-dates, meeting friends at a bar or walking to their car or home alone, to name a few). In such cases, it is not easy to get help when and where it is needed.
Path is an application that is based upon the concept of “sharing your life journey” with your family and your closest friends. Path was launched in 2010 in San Francisco, CA by a former Facebooker. Since its debut, some 3 million people have downloaded the application.
Path is an intimate social networking tool based on smart journal that allows users to tell their story, share pictures and choose the 150 people whom they wish to share those with.
Nokia’s implosion results in 10,000 layoffs. BlackBerry is also teetering; is RIM following suit? Path, a new social networking platform, gains traction –Facebook may have a problem. And is GigaOM up for sale?
Read on to see the stories making headline news on the tech scene this week!
If you live in the NYC area, you probably complain about the NYC Subway, the LIRR and Metro North. You’ve likely missed a train because it arrived too early or were late to an appointment because it arrived late. A study last year showed that only 71% of riders reached the train on time +/- 5 minutes.
It’s nothing unique to New York City, it happens in almost every metropolis in the world. The same thing happens in Europe and in Asia. No one really knows when a train or bus will arrive.
I spent some time at Verizon this morning helping a client port her number from a T-Mobile Android to a Verizon iPhone. The real fun began when we couldn’t transfer 2,400 contacts off the Droid’s SIM card. Needless to say, I wish we had the ConXfer App!
ConXfer is a patent pending wireless, mobile to mobile secure contacts transfer application. It simplifies the process of securely transferring a user’s contact and mobile business cards from one device to another using WiFi or Bluetooth.
Brace yourself for a new look; Gmail changes are ahead!
Everyone knows that Google is always up to something…this time the tech team is giving their dedicated e-mail product; Gmail, a redesign. They’ve been testing out the new design by giving users the ‘option’ to try the new look.
Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Cupcake… Google? If you’re a techie or a foodie, you’re sure to like this one!
It’s clear that the world’s tech companies have extremely brilliant and wildly creative employees. By creating an open, different and inviting environment, these tech goliaths are able to snag countless beautiful minds.
Much of this originality and individuality goes into the initial brainstorming, research and development of the companies output.
Thankfully though, it always seems that these tech companies get most creative and fun, when the time comes to name their products and services.
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