The world is getting smaller, all thanks to ubiquitous Internet. Imagine something that cant be done without your physical presence then there is something which technology will offer and your questions get answers, tasks are done, issues are fixed phew! For an instance it is tough to manage work force, the situation will worsen if you have to manage work force across the miles. Qubulus, based in Malmo, Sweden, believes it has the solution to location-based work force support with its new endeavour, Iguana. LocLizard™ is a complete application positioning platform that provides accurate positioning together with the possibilities to collectRead More
Point of sale (POS) is the location where a transaction occurs. Basically POS is software/hardware combination which tracks inventory, creates accurate pricing, and generates reports in seconds. The system allows the creation and printing of the receipt. It can do some incredible things for your retail business and can help you to improve your Business. Well Pose is a web based cash register for small businesses, so instead of getting new hardware for your POS use the one you already have laptop/ PC connected to web. No issue of malfunctioning, cheap setup and nothing to install. TechCrunch spoke with CEO GuyRead More
Dropship written in Python is an open-source project that “enables arbitrary, anonymous transfers of files between Dropbox accounts.” I’m a huge fan of Dropbox, Dropship is a clear violation of their terms, and for obvious reasons they don’t want to turn into an anonymous peer-to-peer file-sharing service. Unfortunately, they accidentally built a system which enabled just that. Dropbox API utilities make use of the deduplication scheme of Dropbox to allow for "teleporting" files into your Dropbox account given only a list of hashes, provided of course that the files already exist on their servers. How does it work? The deduplication scheme usedRead More
The game of vending machine is getting hotter between Coca-Cola and PepsiCo, it was Pepsi last time which allowed you to gift drinks via Social Media this time it is Coke with “Friendship Machine.” The machines seems to be about 12 feet tall and requires that you ask a buddy for a boost to use it. Coke rewards that bit of cooperation by dispensing two Cokes instead of one. If you can climb up a huge Coke machine and get 2 coke bottles for the price of one. A promo that only Friendship day can make possible. The Coca Cola FriendshipRead More
Deal of the day websites have exploded in popularity in recent years, offering both a great way to save on everyday goods and services and an avenue for retailers to reach out to new markets. But a field once dominated by two major player is about to be shaken up by Facebook and its 600 M strong user base and Google with its online ubiquity and deep pockets. So how do the major service compare? Here is the breakdown in form an impressive infographic put together by OnlineMBA.
Webtrends has pulled up an infographic where we can see precisely how social media reacted to the glittery nuptials, showing us the key stats of social media buzz from Noon PST on April 28 until 24 hours later.
Wosju is Chinese word for “handshake” – and a handshake is an integral part of any network, be it online or offline. Started by Peter Just and Hans Henrik H. Heming Wosju is a powerful tool that enables you to tap into the power of your network by identifying the quality in your social graph. Wosju aggregates data from your online social networks and services, it's algorithms analyzes context, form and frequency to provide you with a qualitative output of your network. As it claims Wosju is a very complex system leveraging tons of data from tons of sources. Said thatRead More
Openmargin is a startup based in the Netherlands launched by Joep (authors & publishers) Marc (technology) and Ruth (organisation), is basically an open space within a digital book where readers share their thoughts. It is the public margin, and the gathering place for the community of readers. With its iPad app people can read their books, make notes and exchange those notes with other readers in the margin next to the text. OpenMargin is building a social network around them. And it is doing so in two parts first an iPad app which allows you to read books and create notes,Read More
What is Cleeng? Tired of banners all over your screen? Frustrated with all these membership and subscription? Cleeng founded in March 2010 by Gilles Domartini gives you back the freedom to see only what you like, and subscribe only if you want it. Access instantly to the content you want, on any of your devices. Also, you can earn credits every time you share quality content with your friends. How does Cleeng work? Cleeng makes one-click content monetization incredibly easy. With a single Cleeng account (using your Facebook, Google or Yahoo! account), you can buy the content in just one click. TheRead More
Spend too much time exploring sites like Wikipedia, CrunchBase, IMDB, Encyclopedia, Britannica for any specific topic and then open tab after tab to compare the content on different pages and its time consuming too, to pull out the specific data that you’re interested in. Try Silk it will make your life easier. An app for the web that will help you collect, sort and view the information that you need without making you comb through the data yourself. Silk can be used in a couple of different ways. The first way is that it can be seeded with data fromRead More