Sep 05

Who was the voice command technology in the iPhone 3GS developed by?

Question by rjw245: Who was the voice command technology in the iPhone 3GS developed by?
Maybe Apple just developed it for themselves, but if anyone knows if it was developed by another company for Apple, then it’d be interesting to know.

Best answer:

Answer by RICH
Jerome belegarda, Fonix, and Microsoft are big on VCT….Jerome is with Apple, so it could be him….

Add your own answer in the comments!

Aug 25

Taking Your iPhone to the Max (Technology in Action)

Taking Your iPhone to the Max (Technology in Action)

Unleash your iPhone and take it to the limit using secret tips and techniques from gadget hacker Erica Sadun. Fast and fun to read, Taking Your iPhone to the Max will show you how get the most out of Apple’s iPhone. You’ll find all the best, and undocumented, tricks as well as the most efficient and enjoyable introduction to the iPhone you’ll ever find. Starting with a guide to iPhone basics, you’ll quickly move on to discover the iPhone’s hidden potential, like how to connect

Rating: (out of 4 reviews)

List Price: $ 24.99

Price: $ 0.01

Aug 25

20th April: Technology and gadgets

20th April: Technology and gadgets
Iphone Technology
Image by scribbletaylor
I’m not really in to technology and gadgets at all. Or at least I don’t think I am. Yet this year I seem to be racking up new toys at a rate of knots. It’s partly because setting up as freelance has involved some investment and partly because I just wanted to take nicer photos.

Anyway, this picture was taken using my latest new toy and depicts the two previous ones.

I haven’t had much of a play on the iphone yet, but I have downloaded the camerabag app (thanks spud!)

Aug 25

Remanufactured Griffin Technology 10021-IPWNDSTB WindowSeat Windshield Mount for iPod Touch and iPhone

Remanufactured Griffin Technology 10021-IPWNDSTB WindowSeat Windshield Mount for iPod Touch and iPhone

  • Compatible with Apple iPod touch 1G and 2G and iPhone 1G, 3G and 3GS with an easy fit
  • Adjustable mounting bracket securely places your device at eye level on your car’s windshield or dashboard for safe
  • Quick and secure viewing angle adjustments with the swiveling ball-and-socket joint;
  • High-grip silicone suction pad attaches to your window easily and does not move; Accommodates recharging with Griffin’s PowerJolt auto charger
  • Includes remanufactured WindowSeat Windshield Mount, clips, auxillary cable and owner’s manual

The Griffin Technology 10021-IPWNDSTB WindowSeat Windshield Mount for iPod Touch and iPhone places your iPod or iPhone at eye level on your car’s windshield or dashboard, so you have safe and easy access to street maps and directions. It also accommodates recharging with the optional Griffin PowerJolt auto charger (sold separately).

Rating: (out of 4 reviews)

List Price: $ 31.99

Price: $ 15.99

Aug 25

Motif iPhone 4 Case from Griffin Technology (Review)

The Motif is a gel-like TPU plastic that’s flexibly, but gummy rigid. The case feels pretty form fitted to the iPhone without adding a whole lot of bulk. It has a slightly tacky feel which provides good grip, but also can attract some lint. On the back the case has a 3D diamond design that appears to shift slightly in changing light. The Motif is sold in a single “smoky tint” and retails for .99. www.griffintechnology.com Looking for more iPhone 4 cases and accessories? Check out my iPhone 4 video playlist: www.youtube.com

Aug 25

VIDEO: Capturing the news with technology

VIDEO: Capturing the news with technology
Monday afternoon was just another typical day at work for John McMillian at Viking Fitness. Charged with taking care of the business during daytime hours and on Saturdays, McMillian was alone, with music playing and noise from a treadmill, when he heard an explosion just behind the business.
Read more on The Marshfield Mail

Technology’s Biggest Myths
As it turns out, Windows Vista really wasn’t all that slow; and no, your PC probably won’t fry if you open it up without wearing a wrist strap. Thanks in large part to the Internet, the tech world is teeming with lies, half-truths, and misinformation. We’ve dug up some of the Web’s most notorious nuggets of conventional wisdom to see which hold up to scrutiny and which are merely urban legends.
Read more on PC World via Yahoo! News