At some point last month, you probably caught a story or two about the South by Southwest Interactive Conference in Austin, TX. Gamification and the Convergence of Internet and Traditional Media were the hot topics this year.
When Microsoft launched its Kinect device back in November 2010, it was hoping the “controller free” Xbox extension would revolutionize the video game industry. Six months later, it’s safe to say Microsoft may have set its goals too low.
The Kno Educational Tablet will change our lives. It will change the way our children learn. It will change the way we teach. It will accelerate the growth of knowledge to a degree we have not yet witnessed.
This technology is amazing in so many different ways. The Solar Roadways project combines our need to remove our dependency on fossil fuels with the way to deliver that power throughout a community. This is truly World Changing.
The world’s largest Email Marketing services provider announced a breach. At least 18 Epsilon Partners – huge companies like BestBuy, Citi, Kroger, Ritz-Carlton, and JPMorgan Chase – are sending letters of notification today.
This highly anticipated panel brought two of the most well known names in emerging-tech, Pete Cashmore and Dennis Crowley, together and onto the same stage. The pair discussed some of the Foursquare 3.0 features.
In the head of Seth Priebatsch head the World is Changing, or at least it needs to. Seth is the Chief Ninja of Google-backed SCVNGR, a Location Based Services game you can play on your iPhone or Android phones
Sometimes the World is not Changing as fast as we would like. Over the last few days a link to the IE6 Countdown has been floating around. It is a nicely done infographic showcasing IE6 Usage stats as of February 2011.