Apps, Blockchain, Business, Finance, Food, ICO, Mobile Phones, Technology

ICO – LivenPay Airdrop

ICO - LivenPay Airdrop The World First Global Food Economy - for Everyday use by Everyday People. LVN Token The LVN Token is a network utility reward token built on the foundation of Liven’s overwhelmingly successful network credit currency ‘Liven Cash’. Rewarded to users when transacting, and already accepted by thousands of merchants as a… Continue reading ICO – LivenPay Airdrop

Apps, Finance, Hardware, ICO, Technology

ICO – Goldilock Bounty Program

ICO - Goldilock Bounty Program Goldilock is revolutionizing the way data is stored on the Internet by building an ecosystem to secure cryptocurrencies and digital assets for individuals and institutions. Debuting in Q2 of 2018 with a product that provides a remote physical disconnection of data from the internet, the system leverages multi-factor authentication, biometrics, regressive… Continue reading ICO – Goldilock Bounty Program

Apps, Browser, Computer, ICO, Internet

ICO – Metalyfe Airdrop

ICO - Metalyfe Airdrop The Metalyfe browser is a portal into the digital world that secures your digital identity through data ownership and privacy. It is a web browser, a multi-wallet manager and a portal/gateway into a plethora of next generation web 3.0 services. Register now to the free airdrop to get your 40 Lyfe!… Continue reading ICO – Metalyfe Airdrop

Apps, Augmented Reality, Hardware, Technology

Augmented reality glasses powered by Wikitude – Wikitude

  As mobile technology continues its rapid advancement according to Moore’s law, the possibilities of moving towards the sci-fi novels and films of yesteryear are becoming less and less fiction, and more reality. Augmented reality. At Wikitude, we’re working everyday on making the future potential of mobile technology a reality now. We started out in… Continue reading Augmented reality glasses powered by Wikitude – Wikitude

Apps, Reblogs, Social

Using Facebook could help boost exam grades

Using Facebook could help boost exam grades http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/facebook/9771416/Using-Facebook-could-help-boost-exam-grades.html

Apps, Smartphones, Software, Technology, Urbanism

Maps on smartphones: Lost

The criticism heaped on Apple shows the growing importance of cartography. ... Maps are becoming important strategic terrain. They are more than an aid to getting from A to B. Apps based on location—to summon a taxi, say—need maps inside them. Digital maps can include countless layers of information, plus advertisements from which money can… Continue reading Maps on smartphones: Lost

Apps, Smartphones, Software, Technology

Wrong turn: Apples buggy iOS 6 maps lead to widespread complaints

By Nilay Patel and Adi Robertson Apple has a maps problem. The major new feature of the company's new iOS 6 mobile operating system is a new mapping module developed by Apple itself — a replacement for the Google-supplied maps that have been standard on the iPhone since it debuted in 2007. It is a… Continue reading Wrong turn: Apples buggy iOS 6 maps lead to widespread complaints

Apps, Urbanism

How Google Builds Its Maps—and What It Means for the Future of Everything

Behind every Google Map, there is a much more complex map that's the key to your queries but hidden from your view. The deep map contains the logic of places: their no-left-turns and freeway on-ramps, speed limits and traffic conditions. This is the data that you're drawing from when you ask Google to navigate you… Continue reading How Google Builds Its Maps—and What It Means for the Future of Everything

Apps, Smartphones, Software

How will Google Maps change our reality?

Much of the controversy surrounding Google Maps has centered on relatively concrete concerns like privacy and data gathering. But in a piece for The Guardian, Oliver Burkeman argues that digital mapping's long-term impacts may fundamentally change the way we perceive and interact with the world around us. Aimless wandering, for instance, could easily become an… Continue reading How will Google Maps change our reality?