iPhone app tracks trams in real-time - Technology - smh.com.au. Google confirms Goggles for iPhone. Google has confirmed that its impressive visual search tool Google Goggles will be available on iPhone and other platforms soon, after its trial spell on the Android handset.
Released as a Labs product, only Android handset owners can try out the visual search, but speaking to TechRadar Google's Hugo Barra confirmed that other handsets would 'absolutely' be coming to other platforms. "It will be coming to other platforms," said Barra. "Android is currently the platform our developers are a little bit more comfortable with. " "We'd like to feel it is a little more ready for the mainstream when we bring it to other platforms," he added "Our mission is to make all the world's information available to everyone - and that means whatever device they are using.
" Barra explained that the engineers have been working on the Goggles project for about 18 months – and that work will continue. Social Apps for iPhone - Twinkle. Pioneer Australia. HandBrake. Welcome to CinchCast. Why you should install MY iPhone app : Christopher S. Penn's Awaken Your Superhero. ICTAC MEMO iPhone Apps for Education. Adobe Opens iPhone to Flash Developers. LOS ANGELES--( EON: Enhanced Online News )--At Adobe MAX, the company's worldwide developer conference, Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced that Adobe® Flash Professional CS5 will enable developers to create rich, interactive applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
A public beta of Flash Professional CS5 is expected to be available later this year. In a sneak peek, during the MAX keynote presentation, Adobe demonstrated how developers can utilize Flash Professional CS5 to export applications for the iPhone, leveraging the same source code used to deliver applications across desktops and devices for Flash Platform runtimes – Adobe AIR™ and Flash Player 10.
The new functionality opens iPhone development to millions of designers and developers who currently use Adobe’s popular Flash authoring tools. “Porting our existing Flash Lite games and creating new casual games for iPhone with Flash technology is a great advantage for us! About Adobe Flash Platform Quotes. Gorillamobile - Joby. Acme Made, JOBY's sister company, makes stylish accessories for your everyday electronics.
From iPad cases to camera backpacks, AcmeMade's attention to detail will make any device happy. Thoughtful and refined features include an exterior slash pocket, built-in stylus loop and a snap-lock zipper. Unique design adjusts for an infinite number of stable viewing and typing angles. Inspired by origami, unique folding elements create a stand for cinema viewing or keyboard mode. Combine all of the unique functionality of the Orikata with a more premium leather case. TwitVid app lets you send iPhone videos to Twitter. TwitVid.com (not to be confused with Twitvid.io), the service that lets users affix videos to Twitter messages, has a new application out that lets iPhone 3GS owners post videos they've taken directly from the device.
Users can record a new video, or choose from an existing one in their libraries. It also features a handy upload bar to let you know how far the video has to go before it's done. The big twist is that TwitVid's got some technology running on its end that lets your followers start watching the clip before it's even done uploading. For now this is a standalone application, but in the next few weeks other applications such as TwitterFon will be making use of TwitVid's APIs to let users upload their videos. Also worth noting is that it can be installed on Apple hardware without video capability such as the original iPhone, iPod Touch and the iPhone 3G, however for obvious reasons it won't let you record, or even upload any videos from these devices.
UNAUTHORISED: First Australian review of iPhone 3G! Apple Australia’s strategy for the iPhone 3G has been to give out only a few review phones to journalists hand-picked by Apple public relations.
Other journos who asked for review phones were met with dead silence. Journalists who got the phones were invited to a meeting with Apple Vodafone and Optus and made to sign non-disclosure agreements banning them from publishing their reviews until 12.01am tomorrow – the day before the iPhone goes on sale. If there’s one thing Apple hates more than anything else it’s bad publicity or even vaguely balanced reviews of their stuff. By holding reviews back until – effectively – the day a product goes on sale Apple can make sure it rides the hype wave all the way to the cash register. Of course that’s Apple’s prerogative – it created the Jesusphone from the ground up and all that.
Note: we didn’t photograph the phone or take screenshots lest it give away to Apple where we got the phone. What you get in the box The most important thing: the speed!