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MIAMI, April 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- MaskedChat, a new ChatRoulette that
allows people to wear a mask, was just released by the startup incubator
Thanks to the new ChatRoulette alternative, people no longer have to be
camera shy; they can now meet strangers on their computer or mobile phone
while wearing a digital mask, which allows them to look like their favorite
idol or they can make a custom mask by uploading a picture.
As a spokesperson for the tech incubator MyHeadquarter.com noted, MaskedChat
lets people mask their voice and arrange for a fake ambient so... (more)
Funambol, the leading provider of open source mobile cloud sync and push
email for billions of phones, today announced that its new version 8 software
is generally available. Funambol v8 makes it easy to keep the data and
content on billions of mobile phones in sync with social networks, email
systems and personal computers via the Internet cloud.
Funambol v8 has a completely redesigned AJAX web portal. The portal's
striking interface makes it simple for users to access mobile data and rich
media in the cloud, using any modern browser
"With the exploding popularity of smartphones... (more)
New Year 2010 on Ulitzer
I just can't help but share more technology forecasts for 2010, as it is
January 1, 2010. Dan Grabham and the team from TechRadar put together some
quality thoughts and I've included some of those and others below.
First, let's address mobile phones during 2010. "It's the beginning of the
end for the featurephone, those pretty but less functional handsets," says
mobile phone specialist Gareth Beavis. "It's not that the segment is dying,
rather that it's re-inventing itself as part of the smartphone revolution,
meaning more applications for everyone."
Today at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Glide is launching a powerful
operating system for the Google Chrome browser.
It is available for install today at http://www.GlideLife.com. Glide
effectively transforms Google Chrome from a standard browser into an OS with
a rich application suite and 20GBs of free storage.
Glide equips Google Chrome with file synchronization and automated file
format translation to speak with multiple remote Windows, Mac and Linux
desktops and all mobile platforms, web content capture, a rights based file
management system to manage data across desk... (more)
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