Sunday, May 04, 2008

Dash, jPhone, nuviPhone

Garmin offering nuviPhone to AT&T. Via Engadget.

Dash video from Web 2.0.

Sun working on a Open Source Phone, the jPhone. From an interview to Engadget.

Theoretical memristors developed at HP Labs. Via Wired


Microsoft released a free tool for geotagging.

It requires .Net Framework 3.0, validation and runs on XP and Vista systems.

Initial download of 2.8Mbytes follows extra 31Mbytes for the .Net runtimes.

You can tag photos with "track route files from the most popular formats (NMEA, GPX, and KML)".

MS also published a tutorial on Geotagging with its Expression Media 2, a "professional asset management tool to visually catalog and organize all your digital assets for effortless retrieval and presentation."

A similar package from Microsoft that uses .Net Framework 1.1 is available here.

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