Snooperscope iPhone night vision lens

Hunt ghosts with Snooperscope smartphone night vision lens
by Tim Hornyak, cnet.com

This magnetic device lets you act like a creepy spy, observe nocturnal wildlife, or see Kinect infrared dots.

Maybe you want to check out what­ev­er it was that just went bump in the night. Or maybe you just want to see things in the dark. Here’…

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Qardio unveils portable, wireless cardiovascular monitoring devices

Qardio unveils portable, wireless cardiovascular monitoring devices.

Gmail now allows you to designate trustee after you die

Act Now Or, When You Die, Your Secret Love Letters Will Belong To Google
BY STAN ALCORN, fastcoexist.com

Gmail’s recent policy changes that let you designate someone to control your account after you’re gone is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the confusing issues around who can access your online life once you pass away.

After you die, the…

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Adobe redesigns a pen to draw on the Internet

How Adobe Reinvented The Pen To Draw On The Internet
By Mark Wilson, fastcodesign.com

What is the future of the cloud-connected interface? How about a simple pen and ruler?

This week, Adobe announced that the Cre­ative Suite was becom­ing the subscription-based Cre­ative Cloud. It didn’t go so well. But amidst the bad news, we ma…

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How trapped are your digital movies and TV shows?

How trapped are your digital movies and TV shows?
by Danny Sullivan, cnet.com

Buying films or TV episodes from a digital media outlet may be great if you watch though one particular device. But what happens if you change from iOS to Android? From a PC to a Mac? From a Roku to Apple TV? We chart it out.

Have you decid­ed t…

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Why Apple, Google and Microsoft are not doomed

Contrary to media frenzies, Apple is not giving up on innovation (it is actually becoming a more efficient, responsible, transparent and happier place to work).

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The Year of Doom For Microsoft, Google and Apple
Haydn Shaughnessy, forbes.com

2012 was the year of the doom mer­chant in busi­ness. In the fan­ta­sy world of dying plan­ets earth sur­vived but if you lis­ten to the doom mon­gers, Microsoft, Apple, Google and a whole lot of other com­pa­nies are on their death bed.

There a…

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Location based culture data app

Sitegeist: mobile app mines public data to tell you about the spot you’re standing in
Cory Doctorow, boingboing.net

Nicko sez, “Sitegeist is a free Android and iPhone app from the Sun­light Foun­da­tion that helps you to learn more about your sur­round­ings in sec­onds. Sitegeist takes pub­lic data about the peo­ple, hous­ing, his­to­ry, envi­ron­ment and thing…

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Dashcam: iPhone black box app for car

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Funf: computational social science in your pocket

Open-source Funf platform taps into Android’s huge knowledge about you
By Daniel Cossins, wired.co.uk

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