Giuseppe Taibi’s Techlog

Impressions and bookmarks about my technology journeys

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I Made The Boston’s Mobile Innovation Mobile Industry Heavy Hitters List

July 21st, 2010 · No Comments

I am delighted to report that yours truly has been included in the “Who’s Who: Boston’s Mobile Industry Heavy Hitters”. Congratulations to all the list members and special thanks to Jonathan Kardos of BostInnovation for compiling the list. OK, I have to admit that I am very proud of being the first face in the iPhone [...]

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RedLaser vs ShopSavvy. The Battle of iPhone Barcode Scanners

November 17th, 2009 · 1 Comment

I have tested both apps and so far I prefer the performance and ease of use of RedLaser. While ShopSavvy does more than RedLaser, it shows that it is a port of an Android app and it does not feel like a real native iPhone app. For example, RedLaser product detail page fetches the very [...]

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Tags: android · iPhone

Public Radio Player 2.0 for iPhone and iPod Touch is now available on iTunes App Store

July 24th, 2009 · 1 Comment

I am pleased to announce the immediate availability of Public Radio Player 2.0 for iPhone and iPod Touch. This app is already half way in the top 10 free Music apps on the iTunes App Store. PRP 2.0 was developed by a team assembled by the great minds at Public Radio Exchange (PRX). Bringing this [...]

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Tags: android · apple · Emerging Technologies · my iPhone apps · My Posts

See Android in Action

May 30th, 2008 · No Comments

AndroidCommunity.com has posted lots of videos demonstrating the capabilities of Android on a multi-touch cellphone. Here is my favorite video demostration about Google Maps: Full list here.

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Android

March 5th, 2008 · No Comments

Connecting Your Life to the Web, with Android Wow..the speaker is not connecting at all with the ETech audience…people are puzzled by this guy’s sort of boilerplate content. So far all the content presented has been widely available on the web. Where is the dough? 10 minutes later…ok, a *very simple* demo of Android…audience still puzzled… …back to obvious thinghs…aarrghhhh. Google knows better!!!

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Tags: ETech '08