Posts Tagged ‘mobile’
IDT's world's smallest charger for wearables

IDT Announces World’s Smallest 2-Watt Wireless Power Receiver for Wearable Devices

Integrated Device Technology, Inc. (IDT®) has just announced the world’s smallest 2-watt wireless power receiver and battery charger, delivering leading technology in a compact package ideal for small form factors, including wearable applications. TheIDTP9026 offers a high level of integration and lower external component count than competitive products, enabling designers to minimize board area and bill […]
People Economy Global study infographic by Paypal

Where are people wasting time? (INFOGRAPHIC)

TIME, MONEY AND TECH: PAYPAL STUDY REVEALS GLOBAL ATTITUDES As part of its recent global rebrand, PayPal announced findings from a 15-country survey aimed to understand both universal human attitudes and country-specific variances in perspectives about time, technology, money and other central elements of the People Economy. The People Economy is how PayPal describes its […]

Roambi Flow

Create interactive magazine-style BI reports with Roambi’s new Flow

Roambi, creator of Roambi Analytics, has released a new, cloud-based product designed to put visualizations of business information in the hands of mobile and tablet users: Roambi Flow. More than a collection of interactive data displays, Flow begins with a series of magazine or report style templates which allow the user to create documents that […]
UK iPhone Users - Infographic

UK iPhone Users Habits (INFOGRAPHIC)

With insights such as “69% of Londoners use their iPhone while on the toilet”, how can one resist reading this infographic? View the iPhone 5s on Three   This infographic comes from

Roambi iOS7 Screen shot

Roambi update embraces iOS7 to make data display delightful

Roambi has just introduced a complete reworking of their flagship product for the iOS7 platform: Roambi Analytics 7. In an interview with Quinton Alsbury, co-founder and president of Product Innovation, I spent time with him discussing the difference between the mobile user, who is typically out in the field, and the typical desktop user of […]

Trends and Forecasts in Computer Graphics

Jon Peddie has a great article over at TechPinions that covers the recent growth in the mobile graphics space, focusing heavily on the new features of OpenGL ES3.0. Open GL ES 3.0 has incorporated many features from its big brother the workstation version of Open GL. In many respects, OGL ES has advanced features not […]


Xperia™ phones first to support WebGL™

The latest update for the 2011 Xperia phones contains one subtle little feature that’s actually a huge one for web developers: Integrated and native support for the WebGL standard. A possible first-step toward unifying the 3d experience on mobile devices, Xperia and Android get the title of being the first to bring it to reality. […]
Stats of the Union screenshots

10 Infographics and Visualization Apps for iOS

Randy Krum has a nice roundup of visualization apps for iOS (iPhone and iPad).  Some are free, some are paid, but all are neat. As infographics continue to evolve and grow in popularity, so do the different ways we can view them.  A bunch of infographic specific apps have begun showing up on mobile devices. […]

Visualizing iPhone Movement across Europe

The crowdflow blog has some beautiful visualizations of 880 iPhones moving across Europe from April 2011.  They published the same data with 3 different colormaps, but they all look interesting. Fireflies HD | crowdflow blog.

AMD Claims to Have “World’s Fastest Notebook GPU”

AMD is touting their new Radeon HD 6990M as the “world’s fastest notebook GPU” with some interesting slides showing it beating recent NVidia mobile offerings. Slides from AMD show the chip outperforming both its own Radeon 6970M and NVIDIA Corp.’s (NVDA) GeForce GTX 580M in games like Batman Arkham Asylum, Dragon Age 2, Shogun 2, BattleForge, Left 4 Dead, Metro2033, Wolfenstein […]