Tag Archive: Mobile


Phorce: The World’s First Smart Bag

A bag that charges all your devices, communicates with your smartphone, and transforms from a messenger, to a backpack, or briefcase.

Power your entire life. On the go.
 Say goodbye to dead batteries.

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Welcome to a new, open and powerful mobile world!

Mozilla launched the Boot to Gecko project to enable the Open Web as a platform for mobile devices. They are making innovation possible by driving the development of new Web standards.

The first pictures of the underdog emerged in the  July and enthusiasts can now download early versions to test. At first glance, it looks every bit the modern smartphone operating system, with an interface that recalls elements of iOS, Android and Windows Phone.

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Mobile Lorm Glove

The Design Research Lab in Berlin has developed a glove that provides a way for people who are deaf and blind to communicate digitally. Named the Mobile Lorm Glove, this product has the ability to translate text into “Lorm,” a hand-touch alphabet used by deaf blind people. Such a product allows them to communicate via SMS messaging, email and online chat.Textile pressure sensors located on the palm of the glove enable the deafblind user to “lorm” onto his or her own hand to compose text messages.

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Computer meant to be a large box containing a screen along with another big box namely CPU. This was the picture of COMPUTER a decade back. But with the revolution of laptops, computers became mobile and users too started carrying it where ever they want. And now it’s the generation of new tablet PC’s and smart phones as well up to some extent. But users didn’t loose interest in the desktops so far.

Information stored in laptops and iPads can be easily referred and used because we can carry them where ever we want. But what about desktops? Using pen drives would be a better answer but not a perfect one. We may want some information from our desktop when we are some where far from our house. And the second thing is the security of that information present in our desktop even if we keep passwords.

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