Tag: 3D

Mobile OS Shootout

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The modern smartphone relies on three critical components in order to be competitive in today’s market. Great hardware, a capable and stable OS and an application ecosystem powered by strong developer support and an app store.

Google Chrome and Arcade Fire Rock the Web with New Video and New Online Capabilities

By Lee Rickwood

The Wilderness Downtown, the new music video from Montreal-based Canadian rockers Arcade Fire, American writer/director/photographer Chris Milk and Google, is a clever way to promote the new browser, Google Chrome –the new browser, Google Chrome – mostly ‘cuz the only way you can watch the video in its full interactive glory is to use Chrome.

Sony NEX-5 a game-changer in future of digital photography

Text and photos by Ted Kritsonis

When Sony launched the Alpha NEX-5 and NEX-3 digital cameras, the company boasted that it had achieved SLR-quality images in a body that was comparable to a small point-and-shoot. Though not entirely true, the final result here is likely a game-changing move that will force competitors to trim the fat even more on their own Micro Four-Thirds cameras.

‘Motion control,’ ‘3D’ the biggest buzzwords at E3 2010

The fight for the family room became even more heated last week at the 16th annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (“E3”), which once again served as a battleground between the three major console companies: Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo. Each of the…

Google Buys Canadian 3D Desktop Developer

By Tim Teatro

Google has acquired BumpTop, a Toronto-based developer that has produced a 3-D computer desktop that integrates the latest in human interfaces with a realistic physics engine to produce a unique user experience. Check out this video …

Apple’s iAd to take mobile advertising into uncharted territory

By Dilshan Kathriarachchi

Apple’s launch of the in-app iAd framework would no doubt be a game changer for the mobile advertising industry. In its inspired attempt at merging TV-style ad experiences with the interactivity of the web, Apple has set the bar very high for a mobile advertising industry that is still in its infancy.