Mobile phones as desktop and laptop replacements It's high time we were able to come home and place our mobile phones in a dock that's connected to a display, keyboard and mouse, and have it turn into a full-fledged desktop and laptop replacement. Mobile phones have sufficient computing power for most of our needs, they have the apps most of us use on desktops … Continue reading Mobile phones as desktop and laptop replacements

A look at what’s ahead in terms of resources and the economy

The TED channel published two interesting videos recently which present two points of view about the Earth, in terms of its resources and economy. The first is from Paul Gilding, entitled "The Earth is full", and the second is from Peter Diamandis, entitled "Abundance is our future". I invite you to watch both … Continue reading A look at what’s ahead in terms of resources and the economy

Condensed knowledge for 2008-03-12

Stocks Rocket on Fed Rescue Plan # The IPv6 experience: Are you experienced yet? # JPEG v. RAW - TWIP # Green light for Northrop Grumman Airborne Laser Mine Detection System # Researchers develop smell based fire alarm to aid the deaf # Funny Animals, Part 10 # EXIF … Continue reading Condensed knowledge for 2008-03-12

Condensed knowledge for 2008-03-05

Bourne Energy's RiverStar: a fresh approach to hydropower # Analysts see 'ringback tones' becoming an $800 billion industry # Ringback tones are one more way for fiscally dumb people to spend their money. Completely pointless ways to show off. # Nokia Trips the Silverlight Fantastic # New colors, button-shift and accelerated market … Continue reading Condensed knowledge for 2008-03-05