PhotoMath uses your phones camera to solve your algebra exercises. You just point the camera towards the question and BOOM, the app gives you the answer. Is not perfect yet, as some minor problems have been repported by some sites covering the app but the same reports says it’s still pretty good.
I have been looking after it on Google Play but haven’t found it yet.
Photo by Rhett Allain
“Microsoft continued to lose money on its Surface tablets throughout its just-concluded 2014 fiscal year, adding hundreds of millions of dollars in red ink and boosting total losses to $1.7 billion since the device’s 2012 launch.”
Computerworld does the math and the conclusion is that Microsoft has lost 1.7 billion $ since Surface’s launch in 2012.
Read more here: http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9250144/Surface_damage_mounts_at_Microsoft_as_red_ink_reaches_1.7B?taxonomyId=241&pageNumber=1
“The Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) has started to replace advertising on copyright infringing websites with official warnings telling the user that the site is under criminal investigation.”
Read more over at WIRED: http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2014-07/28/pipcu-piracy-ads
“Without meaning to stray to far into truism territory, the core raison d’être of smartphones is that they are designed for many tasks. In a single, compact device you have a mobile phone, digital camera, PC, MP3 player, video player, travel guide, supermarket and any other service you can think of that works online.
Yes, your smartphone is a jack of all trades. But is it a master of any?
Dedicated point-and-shoot digital cameras and lower-end camcorders are surely facing a slow road to extinction, with many modern phones capable of shooting ridiculously high-quality photos and videos. But can your phone really do it all, from start to finish, without connecting up to your PC? Well of course it can.
Here, we take a look at some of the tools and techniques beginners can use to shoot, edit and upload videos from their Android smartphone.“
Continue reading: http://thenextweb.com/creativity/2014/07/27/shoot-edit-upload-movie-android-smartphone/
Microsoft sparkar inte mindre än 18000 arbetare. Hårdast drabbad blir mobiltelefondivisionen där hela 12 500 kommer att mista jobbet.
Det innebär att Nokia, som Microsoft nyligen köpte kommer att drabbas hårt.