Seadragon. Microsoft launch their first iPhone app.

I’m a Mac users who’s been desperate to give Photosynth a whirl. It’s always looked absolutely wicked. Today Microsoft Live Labs got some massive brownie points with the release of their first iPhone app, Seadragon. Seadragon is the core technology behind Photosynth. It’s designed for zooming smoothly in, out and around photos over the Internet,… Continue reading Seadragon. Microsoft launch their first iPhone app.

How I use my iPhone

Standard apps 1st page, everything else by colour. It’s a good looking alternative to grouping apps by “usage” and finding the right icon is really quick.

Play Small

Really good post from Ben Terret about the idea of Play Small. Spot on. One thing that really brings home Play Small to me is iPhone web pages. Most people would assume that a mobile web page is a compromise. Not as good or as rich as the main page. The thing is, more and… Continue reading Play Small

“Things” for OSX and iPhone. The killer app for managing projects?

I’ve been trying out “Things” as my new app to manage projects at glue. Unlike most GTD apps it’s not too complex and i was up and running within 15 minutes of watching the screencast. I use the desktop app for my “master” list at the moment as there’s a quick HUD that lets you… Continue reading “Things” for OSX and iPhone. The killer app for managing projects?

Shazam and Midomi: Sounds like a magic trick, but it’s mobile technology voodoo

I’ve been playing with a few Apps for my new iPhone and there’s some nice stuff out there. Netvibes, Remote, Last.fm and Facebook are on my “keep” list and one of these will be next. Shazam and Midomi have slightly different features sets but both use some very clever technologies to recognise music; and ask… Continue reading Shazam and Midomi: Sounds like a magic trick, but it’s mobile technology voodoo

iStick – a fusion of iPhone and iPod shuffle

What do you get when you cross an iPhone with an iPod shuffle? Designer Alexei Mikhailov has dreamed up this gadget to show what he thinks that hybrid should look like. The iStick is modeled after a tube of lipstick. However, all four sides have a touchscreen providing for a slick interface. Read more: http://sparkingtech.com/gadgets/istick-a-fusion-of-iphone-and-ipod-shuffle/