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Wake N’ Shake Alarm Clock Makes Getting Out of Bed a Game You Play with Friends

Wake N’ Shake now includes 50 different achievements you can earn for waking up on time or early and quickly dismissing the alarm by shaking your phone. Plus, as you use the app you get points, and that score determines where you fall on the leaderboard of your friends (via Facebook.) The more you wake […]

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Google Glass & Now: Utopia or Dystopia? | ExtremeTech

Google Glass & Now: Utopia or Dystopia? | ExtremeTech. Google Now is an Android app that uses your location, behavior history, and search history to display “just the right information at just the right time.” For example, if you regularly search for a certain sports team, Now will show you a card with the latest […]

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How A Web App Can Help Nonprofits Tell Better Stories And Raise Cash

TOMORROW PARTNERS INTRODUCES A FREE, OPEN-SOURCE TOOL DESIGNED TO HELP NONPROFITS TELL THEIR STORIES. HERE, THEY SHARE THE GUIDING PRINCIPLES BEHIND ITS CREATION How A Web App Can Help Nonprofits Tell Better Stories And Raise Cash | Co.Design: business + innovation + design.

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Create Your Own Smartphone App With Infinite Monkeys

It would be great if we all had the time, skills, and patience to learn computer coding, especially since technology pervades so many areas of our life. But thankfully, there are applications and web developers out there who provide ways for the rest of us to produce apps with little or no coding skills. Create […]

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Maak eigen app: Incubate Festival API

Als eerste festival in Europa nodigt Incubate mensen uit om een eigen website of app te maken op basis van een API. Incubate is een internationaal festival dat jaarlijks plaatsvindt in Tilburg. Je kunt er onder andere genieten van interactieve kunst en innovatieve muziek. Eerder al presenteerde Incubate initiatieven als Open Source Expo en het […]

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The Jawbone UP Fails, Teaches 3 Golden Rules For Experience Design

The Jawbone UP Fails, But Teaches 3 Golden Rules For Experience Design The Jawbone UP is a complex case study in what we demand from the gadgets we interact with–and how gadget experiences can be designed to fit into our lives. via The Jawbone UP Fails, But Teaches 3 Golden Rules For Experience Design | […]

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Scan Anything and Let Your Phone Do the Rest – Technology Review

A new app lets users capture visual and audio input with a smart phone and search for related information. Many people rely on their smart phones to search for things online. At the movies, users might try to identify an actor from a film trailer. At a concert, they might hear a song and check […]

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AppMobi’s New XDK Lets You Build HTML5 Apps

AppMobi has launched a new “XDK,” which allows developers to build HTML5-optimized applications for the Web or for mobile platforms. The resulting code can be used to deliver great HTML5 applications, like those found in Chrome’s Web app store, but it can also be used in hybrid apps submitted to Apple’s App Store or the […]

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An App that Looks for Signs of Sickness – Technology Review

Ginger.io, a startup spun out of the MIT Media Lab, aims to use data collected automatically from mobile phones to warn users and their physicians that they may be on the verge of a manic episode or a bout of debilitating illness. The company has developed a mobile-phone app called DailyData that analyzes information on the […]

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Portland Art Museum’s Place-Based App

How many times have you found yourself in possession of a whole lot of digital content that should be tied to a very specific physical place, maybe even a particular spot in a room, but with no easy way to tie together the two dimensions of online ephemera and real-world location? Maybe that doesn’t happen […]

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