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8 January 2010 15:49 GMT / By Dan Sung A previously little-known company from the UK called Light Blue Optics has demoed a projector at CES which allows users to interact with the light image as if it were a touchscreen. The Light Touch throws a 10-inch image at WVGA resolution at incredibly short distances thanks to the holographic projection technology involved. At the same time the infra-red touch sensitive system allows users to interact with social networks, multimedia sharing and any other applications that can use the Wi-Fi or Bluetooth support in the device to connect to the Internet. It comes with 2GB of onboard flash memory, a microSD card slot for expanding the storage and the battery life will last 2 hours.
The Galaxy Nexus is just the latest in a growing line of "flagship" phones. commentary If I'm a Droid Bionic owner, I have to be pretty peeved. The Bionic was supposed to be positioned as Verizon Wireless' flagship 4G LTE smartphone--the first with a dual-core processor--when it launched in early September. But its reign barely lasted a month, and following several recent announcements, it may not even rank as the third-best Android phone in Verizon's lineup by November.
Bug organisait un apéruche ce jeudi 17 mars sur le thème : Usage des TIC en Afrique : de la bidouille à l’innovation , avec pour invités : Jean Abbiateci , journaliste multimédia, réalisateur du Webdoc « Afriscopie : l’Afrique dans la révolution numérique », et Sylvain Maire , Fing/Imagination for People, co-organisateur du forum Innov’Africa (réseau Correspondants.org , co-organisateur du forum Innov’Africa). Une vingtaine de personnes ont répondu à l’invitation pour une rencontre rythmée par les échanges entres intervenants et public. Sylvain Maire , présentait d’abord le Forum Innov’Africa , le réseau Correspondants et le projet Imagination For People : ce dernier projet a pour objectif de mettre en place une forme de wikipedia de l’innovation sociale.
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When you are planning a meeting, conference call, training session, etc, one of the first things you might need to ask is: “What is the most suitable time and date to schedule this event?” Organizing an event with colleagues located in the same time zone is usually quite straightforward because you can check their availability and schedule the event by using the tools at your disposal, such as Microsoft Outlook. Things get a bit more complicated when you need to schedule an event with people located in different time zones. You might not know if they are available, unless you write to them and start what can turn into a long and inefficient email discussion. This can be due to several reasons, including the use of different and/or out-of-date calendar systems. This tutorial recommends a few free online tools to help you schedule events with a specific time and day, as well as multi-day events, and focuses on participants located in different time zones.
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