Articles Posted in the Technology Category

  • Maybe, Einstein was wrong?

      Neutrino experiment sees them apparently moving faster than light Tomorrow, researchers from CERN will be releasing experiment results that suggest neutrinos, the lightest particles we’re aware of, may be moving slightly faster than the…

  • Innovation in translation apps

    Time was when travelers depended on the little phrase book with necessary and common sentences to help negotiate the landscape in another language. Where is the bathroom? I am hungry. My head hurts. How much…

  • You can print your food

    If you read that headline thinking that we mean printing images of food, you’re sadly mistaken. We mean, printing actual food. Print a piece of cheese, a tortilla, or a sandwich with your initials on…

  • Get an eBook from your library

    Back in 1986, Overdrive worked in the digital content space with books on CD-ROM and other similar storage. By 2000 they were in the downloadable marketplace with Content Reserve. And in the era of the…

  • Your smartphone on speakers

    While Dr Drew is known for helping celebrities cope with their complex lives, Dr Dre is known for helping people achieve the complicated lives of celebrities. Dr Dre, “rapper, record executive and occasional actor” is…

  • A pen for your iPad

    Time was when a pen was a pen and a stylus was a stylus and never the twain did meet. But in the ever changing world of iThings, it’s not that simple anymore. If your…

  • An app for design software

    By now we all know that certain popular software for artists and designers are just out of reach due to price or other barriers. But barriers are only for a moment until someone finds a…

  • Livescribe is more connected

    It seems like just the other day we were discussing Livescribe, the smart pen. At the time it seemed like such an advanced idea. Use the Livescribe Echo or Pulse “pens” to write on “paper,”…

  • NYC goes digital

    If digital can make it in NYC, well, you know the rest. Whatever you may think of New York City, those in charge want you to think digital. In its Roadmap for the Digital City,…

  • An e-reader at the beach

    Beach reading this year is all about the e-reader. It may be the Kindle, iPad or Nook, but it’s definitely not the traditional book. Well, some people will still prefer paper but they are in…