Philips "remote touch" uWand pointer technology is slated to materialize in consumer offerings before the year is over. Here's what we managed to unravel about the point-and-click interface at Philips' product demo today.
With the arrival of fiber infrastructure plus the escalation of wireless devices in our homes, it is vital to have an efficient router to meet the demands of exacting networking loads in present times. In that context, here's my two cents on the importance of having a kick-butt home gateway as well as a glimpse of the new Linksys E4200 router launched today.
There's something popping under Starhub and ServTouch's hood, and it isn't popcorn. Join me as I unveil the secret venture between our local ISP and ServTouch Holdings' New Media division. Heads up to fiber enthusiasts reading this.
Build a software platform, and applications will follow. Likewise, an application needs an operating system to operate on. In essence, this relationship is so pervasive on our tech gadgets that it's migrating from tiny phones to huge TV sets. Big or small, most are already wired to the net. Everything is connected these days, isn't it?
Lest the title should mislead you, I was referring to the Samsung Galaxy S, and not the Milky Way. Having tasted the Eclair, I made a cautious leap to Froyo to see if it would resolve the occasional bug experienced with the integrated Android 2.1. Making the upgrade is easy, and here's a relatively painless way on how to enjoy the zippier Android 2.2 JPA build.