When Google first announced its new time travel feature for Street View, it was only rolled out to a small batch of users, with the rest of us itching to take it for a spin. Knowing it can sometimes take an age for new features to reach us here in Australia, I wasn’t going to hold my breath for this one. So I was pleasantly surprised to find that it now works and is usable on the streets of Australia.
Multinational software company Adobe has announced that its latest pieces of hardware, Projects Mighty and Napoleon, will be released in the first half of 2014.
A campaign started on IndieGoGo aims to bring old school photography and traditional dark room developing techniques to the new age of technology.
The Enfojer is a portable smartphone photographic enlarger. It allows you to develop photographs from your smartphone at home without using any film. In an original enlarger, the film’s negatives are always the photographic source that will become enlarged, but by using the Enfojer your smartphone is the negative film.
Hager launched its new Onekonekt range of residential MPDs (or modular protection devices) with some help from the creatives at Orion.
The strengths of this new wiring technology lies in the safety of the product plus ease of installation; points we illustrated when designing the product brochure and the production of two short videos.
Scrunched up notes glued with squashed banana to the bottoms of school bags will be a thing of the past, thanks to the good people at Active School Apps. This versatile app-based system makes communication a breeze for a school community, saving a whole lot of paper at the same time.
Of course, a product as innovative and user friendly as Active School Apps needs a website and marketing to match. This is where Orion came in.
Update your browser or pay! That’s the message coming from online electronics retailer Kogan.com, who have introduced an ‘Internet Explorer Tax’ of 6.8% on any product you buy from the site.
It was recently reported that some orangutans in Miami zoo are using iPads as part of a learning program to increase communication with their trainers. As well as being a well-timed story for the recent release of the new iPad (nice work Apple), it also highlights the growing dominance of mobile computer technology on our daily lives.
A few things Facebook admins need to know about the new Timeline feature.