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 desktops and mobile devices, a word
processor, presentation app, spreadsheet, photo editor, email client, online
meeting app, drawing tool, web publishing app, contact manager, calendar and
“Glide inserts an operating system and an unusually rich suite of
productivity and collabor... (more)
IHS Predicts IIoT Cybersecurity Will Increasingly Be Implemented in Hardware
By Sam Lucero
IIoT & Cybersecurity
As IIoT systems create ever more critical dependencies in plant, energy
infrastructure, and transportation environments, developers and deploying
organizations will turn to hardware-enabled cybersecurity to stave off
Although the use of secure processors in smartcard applications, such as bank
cards, mobile phone SIM cards, and digital ID documents is common, IIoT
developers have barely begun to adopt a hardware-enabled approach. Instead,
The Sony Ericsson C905 is a good looking 3G camera phone that has been
beautifully designed by Sony Ericsson mobiles. This gorgeous looking phone
comes with a slide opening mechanism that allows accessing the keypad
controls with ease. The C905 is a member of the C range of Sony Ericsson C905
that includes other camera focused phones such as the Sony Ericsson C902i &
the Sony Ericsson C702i. The C905 has a well-built feel as it weighs 136
grams & measures 10.4cm tall by1.8cm deep by 4.9cm wide.
The 2.4 inches TFT QVGA color screen displays high resolution on large
screen. The ph... (more)
In about 25 years from now I can imagine having a conversation with my kids
that goes something like this.
"Son, back in my day we used to store all our data on a single computer." My
son in turn says, "Dad, that's crazy, I have every song I've ever listened to
and every movie I've ever watched on my brand new ibrain, anytime anywhere"
and I say "Worse yet, we had to return to that computer in order to access
those files, in the snow, without shoes on..." (You get the idea)
Although I'm partly kidding, for most this how personal computing still
works. Ask anyone who's ever lost a h... (more)
Do you own a Sidekick mobile phone (AKA the Danger Hiptop)? Then please
accept my condolences while I describe the pain and suffering you’ve
experienced over the past few days.
The Sidekick is made by Danger, a company acquired by Microsoft in 2008. As
one of T-Mobile’s flagship mobile phones, the Sidekick was one of the first
and most popular consumer smartphones. Featuring a real keyboard, it
offered an instant messaging application at a time when many phones were
still figuring out SMS. For IM and SMS addicts, the Sidekick was THE phone
One of the Sidekick’s key ... (more)
Mobile advertising network, AdMob has always been quick to seize happening
platforms like iPhone and Android to serve up their ads.
Now that Palm has announced that their smartphone sales rose 134% to 823,000
units during the latest quarter, AdMob was quick to catch on and has
announced support for Palm ‘s webOS as well.
It has launched a new open source SDK to integrate its CPC text ads and CPM
banner ads on Palm Pre and Pixi. It is already working with several
developers – including Delicious Morsel and Byte Sequencing – to
incorporate AdMob’s new Palm ad unit into their applic... (more)