iPhone stands or even known as iPhone cradle is quite a popular iPhone accessory that can be used in a number of different ways. Most people using iPhone would need an iPhone stand, as it is not convenient to always carry it along. There are times when it would need to be docked and used as a hands free instrument. In such scenarios possessing an iPhone stand does make complete sense. Another scenario where a cradle would be required is when one is driving and a dock within the car is perfect to put your iPhone in it.
iPhone stands are available in different kinds and are equipped with a host of diverse functionalities to help iPhone function better. It serves more than one purpose of docking the phone in it as it can offer a host of other features too. There are a number of different companies preparing iPhone stands and the various products cater to a host of different requirements. For instance a particular iPhone stand may be meant to simply dock the phone and at the most it can turn horizontal or vertical to view the application in whatever mode one may want to. Then again there are iPhone stands that are perfect for a moving vehicle and is particularly designed to dock your phone when on the road.
The iPhone stands available for cars can also usually charge the phone too. This kind of cradle can sit on the dashboard or even get attached to the windshield. Some of the most common functionalities that this kind of a cradle may possess include GPS enhancements and connecting USB cable. Another advantage of using an iPhone stand for your car is that it is specifically designed for the iPhone and is made to fit your phone. Since it is padded therefore the phone will surely not even get a scratch while it remains within the holder.
There is a lot of buzz about independent iphone developers who have made between $100,000 to $500,000 by simply creating their first iPhone application and putting it up for sale on the online Apple Store.
Steve Demeter made a simple puzzle game called Trism, and in 2 months he earned $250,000. Last December the app called iFart became the number one app on the App Store. It stayed on the top and raked in $9200 each day in profit after Apple’s cut. Then, Ethan Nicholas, developer of the now famous iShoot game, earns $21,000 per day selling his iPhone app. Ethan quit his day job to work full time on the iPhone and he did not even know how to write Objective-C code before he made iShoot.
These are just some of the stories that are causing a lot of buzz, and people have quit their day jobs to cash in on the opportunity.
Toronto, Ontario, February 05, 2014 – Slyce today announced that it has acquired a computer vision technology developed at York University that quickly analyzes and aggregates similar images. Through the acquisition, Slyce also hired former York PhD student, Dr. Ehsan Fazl-Ersi, to lead the integration of the intellectual property into Slyce’s Visual Search Platform as their new head of Research & Development.
Slyce is a premium provider of visual search technology for retailers, brands and publishers. Their platform allows customers to take a picture of real-world products with their smartphone and then find direct or close-matching products from the retailer’s catalogue, which they are able to purchase on the spot.
“Identifying and classifying an object captured within a scene is difficult due to the effects of background clutter, lighting variations and viewpoint changes on the object’s appearance,” says Fazl-Ersi, who designed and developed the technology with his PhD supervisor, Dr. John K. Tsotsos, a professor in the Lassonde School of Engineering’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and a member and former director of York’s Centre for Vision Research.
No Hollywood element has stirred up the imagination of countless movie fans from around the world more than spy gadgets. Flicks, TV shows, cartoon books, video games, and cartoons featuring one spy gadget or another have definitely set fire to the secret agent in everybody for years and they do up to this time.
From the old encrypted and hidden notes of yesteryears, spy gadgets have evolved into technologically advanced tools utilised for espionage, surveillance, and law enforcement. Such technological advances also made it possible to mass produce these gadgets and come up with smaller, more affordable and freely available gadgets in the market today.
Spy gadgets come in several variations and applications. Common types include hidden cameras that may take photos and photographs or they can record video footages and store them in memory cards or downloaded directly to a computer or DVR. Spy gizmos also include audio recorders or what folks normally call bugs, but the utilising of these devices are controlled by law and is allowed only through a court order. Other spy gadgets include GPS trackers, signal jammers, location finders, and so on.
The way we communicate with each other has undergone a radical change over the last 15 years. It was only a matter of time before someone had the bright idea of combining old and new technology to give people an alternative to the traditional telephone. In 1995, a small company called Vocaltec did exactly that. They realised that they could combine the still-new Internet technology with the old style telephone concept, basically creating an -Internet phone’ system that used the broadband connection instead of traditional landline technology, and VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) was born.
Today, Voice Over IP is opening up the world of telephony and high-speed telecommunications for everyone. It combines the concepts of the traditional method of making a telephone call with the speed of modern broadband Internet connections to offer customers all over the world a way of making cheap calls both at home and internationally. VoIP now crosses continents, enabling customers to make cheap phone calls all over the world without any loss of voice clarity (a problem that the early VoIP systems tended to suffer from) or the risk of the connection suddenly being -dropped’ in the middle of a conversation. Because Voice Over IP enables customers to make long distance calls but at the same rate as a local call, the savings can be considerable, particularly for businesses and those with family or friends overseas.
VoIP – A new business tool
is a mini radio spy camera that looks like an ordinary can of radio. The camera is so well hidden that no one will know that the radio actually contains a mini bathroom spy camera. Because it is so well hidden, you can put it anywhere, even in the bathroom, and no one will be suspicious. With this camera, you are able to record everything that happens while you are gone. Thieves and intruders will never suspect that this radio contains a hidden camera that is capturing their every move. You don’t have to worry about thieves or your child’s babysitter any longer. With this camera, you can help to keep your family and home safe.
1. So many hidden cameras, this bathroom radio waterproof. You can as usual to operate it. Do not worry about the camera’s operating system damage.
In this new age, we do not need to depend on TV, CD players or Walkman to listen to our favorite music or watch popular videos.
These days, music lovers can have enjoyable musical experience on their mobile phones. The new generation mobiles have latest 3gp players that play all your music and videos.
These days the 3gp videos are becoming very popular in the mobile maniacs. You can find hundreds of sites on the internet offering a variety of ringtones, music and video clips. Mobile users download different videos to their mobiles by using the -3GP- 3rd Generation Partnership Project’ technology. Any person can download videos to see Madonna or Britney Spears on the screen of their own mobile screen.