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May 2, 2011No Comments

on: helping BMW get to the future of mobility

BMW has devised a system that lets you track and record your driving habits to help every driver understand if an Electric Vehicle is right for their needs and to help BMW evolve their vision the future of mobility. The application - live now in the App store for iPhone, available on Android soon - lets you easily track and analyze your driving patterns, and see if you are a good candidate for an EV, based on distance and charging locations and that.

The application was developed with insight and input from the pioneers who have been driving the Mini-E electric vehicles for almost two years. It also features tips sourced directly from them. Connect the App to the EV Dashboard on BMWActivatethefuture.com

on: helping BMW get to the future of mobility via @jpenabickley

February 15, 2011No Comments

on: penki app

The new Penki app  for the iPhone and iPad, allows you to paint 3D messages and images that are revealed in long exposure photographs. This captivating application uses technology in a future forward method.

 

on: penki app via @jpenabickley

October 1, 2010No Comments

on: color stream

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Calling all art directors! Color Stream is a color app that feels like it’s working with you rather than against you! If you work with colors everyday like I do, or if you enjoy looking at and creating colors, this app’s for you. Check it out at: http://colorstreamapp.com

on: color stream via @jpenabickley

October 1, 2010No Comments

on: color stream

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Calling all art directors! Color Stream is a color app that feels like it’s working with you rather than against you! If you work with colors everyday like I do, or if you enjoy looking at and creating colors, this app’s for you. Check it out at: http://colorstreamapp.com

on: color stream via @jpenabickley

September 6, 20094 Comments

ON: Facebook’s Mobile Growth

Last week I wrote on Facebook's lost youth.  Just as the NYTimes and every social blogger from Silicon Alley to the Silicon Valley is proclaiming Facebook's web death, I think we have missed a growth trend.  25% of Facebook's usage, which is one in four users, approximately 65 million people are engaging via their mobile phones.

Facebook has two mobile web sites: m.facebook.com, which works on any mobile browser, and x.facebook.com,
which is designed specifically for touch screen phones like Android,
Palm, iPhone and Nokia. These sites have been translated into more than
60 languages and allow you to update your status, browse your news feed
and your friends' profiles, comment or "like" stories, and view or
update your Facebook Page.

Facebook-3 In addition, the recent launch of the Facebook 3.0 iPhone app has renewed interest as the functionality goes far beyond the old browser based functions.

I remember the first mobile version of Facebook, which launched in 2006, was merely a status update (like twitter) and photo upload tool.  Eight months ago, Facebook mobile had climbed to 20
million active users, thanks to the explosion of smart and touch screen phones like the MyTouch 3G, iPhone, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, Nokia, HTCSidekick, and countless other handsets.

Facebook's future may lie somewhere in between revitalizing the oldest social tool on earth (the phone) and becoming the largest mobile computing platform.

Sources: Facebook Blog, Silicon Alley Insider & AOL Tech

ON: Facebook’s Mobile Growth via @jpenabickley

September 6, 20092 Comments

ON: Facebook’s Mobile Growth

Last week I wrote on Facebook's lost youth.  Just as the NYTimes and every social blogger from Silicon Alley to the Silicon Valley is proclaiming Facebook's web death, I think we have missed a growth trend.  25% of Facebook's usage, which is one in four users, approximately 65 million people are engaging via their mobile phones.

Facebook has two mobile web sites: m.facebook.com, which works on any mobile browser, and x.facebook.com,
which is designed specifically for touch screen phones like Android,
Palm, iPhone and Nokia. These sites have been translated into more than
60 languages and allow you to update your status, browse your news feed
and your friends' profiles, comment or "like" stories, and view or
update your Facebook Page.

Facebook-3 In addition, the recent launch of the Facebook 3.0 iPhone app has renewed interest as the functionality goes far beyond the old browser based functions.

I remember the first mobile version of Facebook, which launched in 2006, was merely a status update (like twitter) and photo upload tool.  Eight months ago, Facebook mobile had climbed to 20
million active users, thanks to the explosion of smart and touch screen phones like the MyTouch 3G, iPhone, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, Nokia, HTCSidekick, and countless other handsets.

Facebook's future may lie somewhere in between revitalizing the oldest social tool on earth (the phone) and becoming the largest mobile computing platform.

Sources: Facebook Blog, Silicon Alley Insider & AOL Tech

ON: Facebook’s Mobile Growth via @jpenabickley

December 24, 2008No Comments

ON: Apple’s Ban of iBoobs

If you were looking for an alternative toy to your RealDoll Apple may have just made getting a mobile thrill on your iPhone a bit harder.  Yup! Apple rejected the iBoobs app.
The application allowed users to jiggle a pair of animated boobs. According to BuzzFeed it contained “objectionable content” per Apple’s software
development kit.  Damn Apple! Second base never seemed so close for some.

ON: Apple’s Ban of iBoobs via @jpenabickley

December 7, 2008No Comments

ON: Blip.tv’s Magic iPhone Embeds

One of my favorite companies is blip.tv. Mike Hudack and his band of innovate content & technology  lovers and creators continue to demand the very best.  What I love about this company is that it looks for the demand and fills the need with amazing design and user experience at the very heart of everything it does.

[blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/goIn29NXZQ.m4v%5D

Viewing video on the iPhone is a source of consternation for users, as Adobe's flash player is not yet available (and probably never will be). For almost two years, YouTube has remained the only method — outside of the iTunes store — to get video content onto the device.

blip.tv announced a new "magic" iPhone video embed that brings video to the device.
It was created to step over the lack of Flash compatibility on the iPhone. blip.tv's embed feature allows users to create videos that can be shared on the iPhone as easily as a desktop browser. With no separate coding necessary, blip.tv can now point users directly to an iPhone friendly .m4v QuickTime stream of the video they want to watch.

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What makes this totally genius is that with this new iPhone embed, Blip.tv producers will still be able to cash
in on advertising that runs against their content. In addition to their
videos, all ads that are sold to run up against blip.tv video content
will also be iPhone-friendly.  (go blip - go, go - go blip!)

ON: Blip.tv’s Magic iPhone Embeds via @jpenabickley

December 7, 2008No Comments

ON: Blip.tv’s Magic iPhone Embeds

One of my favorite companies is blip.tv. Mike Hudack and his band of innovate content & technology  lovers and creators continue to demand the very best.  What I love about this company is that it looks for the demand and fills the need with amazing design and user experience at the very heart of everything it does.

[blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/goIn29NXZQ.m4v%5D

Viewing video on the iPhone is a source of consternation for users, as Adobe's flash player is not yet available (and probably never will be). For almost two years, YouTube has remained the only method — outside of the iTunes store — to get video content onto the device.

blip.tv announced a new "magic" iPhone video embed that brings video to the device.
It was created to step over the lack of Flash compatibility on the iPhone. blip.tv's embed feature allows users to create videos that can be shared on the iPhone as easily as a desktop browser. With no separate coding necessary, blip.tv can now point users directly to an iPhone friendly .m4v QuickTime stream of the video they want to watch.

Picture 3

What makes this totally genius is that with this new iPhone embed, Blip.tv producers will still be able to cash
in on advertising that runs against their content. In addition to their
videos, all ads that are sold to run up against blip.tv video content
will also be iPhone-friendly.  (go blip - go, go - go blip!)

ON: Blip.tv’s Magic iPhone Embeds via @jpenabickley

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