Archive for the ‘Urbin Technology’ Category

Palm’s new smartphone

January 12, 2009

The Pre, designed to compete with the iPhone and Android based phones. Details over at Urbin Technology.

Advertisements

Coffee is Amazing!

December 11, 2008

Not only does it start your day, but it can fuel your car and heat your home!

Elsewhere…

December 5, 2008

New posts over at UrbinTechnology.com, Slices of Life Photo Blog and No Moss Here.

Plus, new photos posted at Urbin Photography.

Plus a 2009 Yosemite Calendar.

New posts

November 7, 2008

There are new posts at Urbin Technology and the Slices of Life Photo Blog.

Green Crude

September 25, 2008

High octane gasoline produced from algae, saltwater, carbon dioxide and sunlight.
No food crops or dead dinosaurs involved.

Details at Urbin Technology.

New posts at Urbin Technology

September 9, 2008

New posts over at Urbin Technology.

Rev1 iPhones go up in value.

Google buys rights to new high res satellite photos.

Is Google planning a Navy?

A Good etext reader for the iPhone

August 17, 2008

It’s called Bookshelf, and yes, it costs money. I found it worth the $10

It supports a wide range of formats including ASCII text, HTML, AportisDoc, unencrypted Mobipocket, rft & Word Docs (not docx).

I can access my Baen webscription account from it and download books directly as well as tapping their free etext library.

There is also a Java app that you can load on your computer in order to load books you already have from other sources.

So far, I’m really pleased. A good move by Baen to support this, since Mobipocket has been very quiet about exactly when they were going to produce an iPhone app.

First posted at Urbin Technology.

Other posts

August 12, 2008

A Linux based smart phone, photography books and the Third Law of Kempo.

A possible first.

August 2, 2008

I quoted Malcolm X in a tech blog.

Other blogs

July 28, 2008

New posts at Slices of Life Photography blog and Urbin Technology.