Tag Archive | "New Technology"

This Is The New Google Earth: Explained Here

Sunday, April 23, 2017


So here it is. The new Google Earth. You’ve not got the whole world in your browser. Ready to explore. To get lost. Perhaps you can fly through landmarks around the world, and your favourite cities like London, Sydney and NYC in stunning 3D, then dive in to experience them first hand with Street View, [...]

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Microsoft: First-Person Hyperlapse Videos

Tuesday, August 12, 2014


Sure your GoPro does an OK job of smoothing out the bumps and shaking form your bike rides and snowboarding escapades… And what about if you’re recording video using Google Glass? Probably 10x worse right? Then remember how they look when you speed them up? Well… What if Microsoft could change that all and give [...]

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FITC Amsterdam 2009 Sold Out

Friday, February 13, 2009


The FITC Amsterdam Show has been sold out, which is huge for these guys, the FITC is an emerging cult favourite for Design, Technology & Cool Shit (as they state) and is globally becoming one of the must-see’s for key industry people. They run workshops, have over 50 key presentations, pannels and forums discussing creative, technology, and business around [...]

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The Smart Grid Campaign Website By GE

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

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I Love this new website from GE. It’s called The Smart Grid, and GE is inviting people to come and Plug Into The Smart Grid to start saving the earth & money, by using their new eco-friendly technology. The site, by Goodby, Silverstein & Partners (and North Kingdom) is simply the best I’ve seen this year (so [...]

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Mozilla Ubiquity Launched

Monday, December 15, 2008


Have you ever had that feeling something would change everything? Well after stumbling upon an amazing new Mozilla experiment called Ubiquity today, I got that instant feeling all over! And I know after watching the latest vimeo video below, you will too. It’s looking a pretty rough tool at the moment, but once they get the interface [...]

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