Monthly Archives: April 2012

The augmented future – Google glasses, a science fiction vision

End of 2012 a new Google lab popped up: Google X. The first project of this mysterious lab is called Google glasses – glasses which display useful additional information to the user (so called augmented reality). A first concept video … Continue reading

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Apple iPad will dominate the market for years

According to a recent market prognosis of the Gartner group Apple iPad will dominate the market at least until 2016, where Apple’s iOS shall have a market share of 46% much more than Google’s Android OS, which shall be at … Continue reading

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New draft version of Creative Common 4.0 license available

Creative commons published a first release of their new creative common (CC) license version 4.0. Main focus of this new version lies on three aspects: it takes the needs of users into account who could not use version 3.0 so … Continue reading

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