Blind Maps is an interactive smartphone addition that uses a Braille interface to help the visually impaired navigate freely on streets.
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Today’s featured video is a bit dated but it’s really funny and interesting to watch. It pits Apple’s Siri against an Indian equivalent: Micromax’s Aisha. The result is a comical video on the way these two devices tackle a string of questions posed to them.
While we’re all subscribing to the fact that Apple executives convene in an ivory tower, devising ways to make their devices and softwares perfectly impenetrable, it’s important to know that there are a few iApps availble that ensure the power stays in your hands.
Welcome to the world of open source.
The interface of Apple products has now become very iconic not just with geeks but with the common man too. Be it the scrolling wheel of the iPod to the ‘Slide to Unlock’ feature of the iPhone, each facet of an Apple gadget is popular. So it doesn’t come as a surprise that a new game on the iOS uses the very familiar feature of ‘Slide to Unlock’ in a game.
With Android and iPhone competing for the same market, it has become a big debate on which handset is better. With iPhone having a head start, Android has been able to catch on to it due to its openness. Here are some of the reasons why Android is preferred over iPhone.
What do you get when you combine Generative Art and Augmented Reality? An enhanced perception of your world with a digital touch. This is what the creators – James Alliban and Juliet Lall have tried to achieve with their latest iPhone application – Konstruct.