Jonathan Arme

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Evernote Project Wins TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon

Posted by Rafe Needleman on 09 Sep 2013<p>This past weekend at the TechCrunch Disrupt hackathon, over 800 developers came together to create 264 quick, …

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Bas Ammerlaan on Twitter: "the future TV with integrated console and browser #GetItDownOnPaper http://t.co/u1ti9fqggX"

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For Developers, Google Glass Looks To Be A Fascinating But Slightly Limited Platform

Last week, Google finally released the developer guides and other necessary documents that will allow developers to write apps for Glass. In some respects, the so-called Mirror API may have been a disappointment to developers who were expecting to run full-blown augmented-reality apps, but even in …

How energy harvesting tech could power wearables and the internet of things

It’s all very well talking about the evolution of wearable computing and the internet of things, but something has to power these thin and/or tiny …

FF Ventures’ John Frankel Talks Wearables, Brain Waves, And The Future Of Immigration

John Frankel, founder and partner at FF Ventures, has a steady hand on the pulse of innovation. He’s invested in companies like 500px, Appy Couple, and Moveline, to name a few, and while he doesn’t see a Series A crunch on the horizon, he does see the pace of innovation rapidly heating up.<p>After …

Does Reworking Beatles' Song 'Hey Jude' Into a Minor Key Make It Better?

What if the Beatles had lived in an alternative universe, and the group's 1968 megahit "Hey Jude" was not intended to cheer up John Lennon's son …

Hands-on with the Pebble watch: A handy device with a lot of potential

Watch faces are cool, and more apps are on the way.<p>After several months of patient waiting, I finally received my Pebble in the mail a few weeks ago. …

Yes, you should care about Bitcoin, and here’s why

Everybody’s talking about Bitcoin these days, which is quite remarkable given the highly technical nature of the crypto-currency. So why is it such a …

The World's First Webcam Was Created to Check a Coffee Pot

Nobody likes arriving at an empty coffee pot. Especially computer scientists at Cambridge University—which is why, back in 1991, a team of them …

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Generate Your 3D Gummy Self - Technabob

Japan is home to all sorts of unusual stuff, and the hits keep on coming. While the technology to 3D print a tiny model of yourself has existed for a …

Activision Reveals Animated Human That Looks So Real, It's Uncanny

Activision showed off the state of the art of real-time graphics on Wednesday, releasing this mind-boggling character demo. The character's skin, …

6 Essential Apps for Connected Families

Family Communication Apps<p>Tweekaboo<p>Life360<p>RedRover<p>KinLocate<p>Kinder Phone<p>Kytephone<p>The modern family is more connected than ever, with each member toting …

Honda's New Odyssey Minivan Has a Built-In Vacuum

In addition to features that appeal to the connected generation, like Smart Start and Honda Link, the cloud-based infotainment system, Honda has …

Ouya and MakerBot Team Up for 3-D Printable Gaming Console

If Ouya's dedication to being an open gaming platform wasn't already obvious, now you'll be able to 3-D print your own Ouya console case.<p>With the …