So maybe the watch isn’t dead after-all. I’ve been seeing a lot of watches in gadget news lately. I find the integration with the Android phone via Bluetooth an interesting relationship – not to mention the difficulty of designing for such a micro screen. At first glance, looks like they did an OK job of
I’ve always been interested in the Connected Car space. It’s one area that I feel noone has really tapped into… YET – or atleast done well in, aside from some stuff by Pandora and OnStar that I heard about at SXSW 2011.
So this is therefore a really interesting move for Facebook to continue to
This looks so much like the Google TV interface, that it made me wonder who copied who? Regardless, I really hope that all TV User Interfaces don’t just end up looking exactly the same – that would be a real shame…
This is the first time I’ve seen this product even though it’s been around for awhile. I love the concept and it’s a little wow. Finally a company that is starting to think about the intersect between laptop and tablet. I am really curious to see what other companies come up with in this
Looks like the Companion App space is heating up. Startup Umami is launching today with a companion service for Nat Geo. It does a similar audio syncing service as IntoNow, and integrates all sorts of social TV and companion info for a show.
MyFord Touch revamp supports tablets, Audible, more | Electronista.
I’ve never fully understood why the interfaces designed in this space (connected car) are so ugly. But this recent revamp atleast looks like its headed in the right direction. Definitely would be an interesting space to work in, and is being influenced by trends in touch
I didn’t even realise Yahoo acquired this, but apparently this launched on Tuesday.
Companion apps are the next big thing – and automated syncing is going to be key. IntoNow uses a Shazam like audio syncing to determine what you’re watching. We just had a play with this in the office and it’s pretty amazing