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Monday, March 21, 2011

smart quill for engineering student ppt

The SmartQuill was a working prototype pen computer. My goal were to encapsulate an entire handheld computer in a pen. It allowed capture of handwriting and a special gravity controlled screen allowed the user to view documents by moving the computer in the hand. I also wanted to replace the mouse with motion sensing. I invented it in April 1997 in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire I exchanged emails with BT re my invention and in June 1997- Oct 98 worked for BT Labs, Martlesham, UK, Sensior Research Fellow, to build a working prototype.

The SmartQuill had an accelerometer or tilt sensor , an Analog Devices ADXL202 , the function was to allow the user to tilt the pen and scroll through the pages. The images could be inverted and changed from portrait to landscape.

The pen could achieve up to 96% handwriting recognition accuracy as here ( software by B Milner)

I then left BT and was asked to work for Microsoft in 1998.

Monday, February 21, 2011

Motorola's Atrix 4G

It might not have been officially released yet, but Motorola's new "smartphone" has already been rooted, reportsEngadget.
With the launch date still a couple of days away, a very clever fellow over at xda-developers has successfully rooted the Android OS the Atrix runs on, allowing all sorts of fancy applications and hacks to be run. Top of the list is enabling the mobile hotspot feature from Froyo, while running applications that require special administrator privileges like Titanium Backup (does what it says on the tin) and ShootMe (screen capture) is also made possible.

Sony GeoHot for hacking the PS3

Sony has been on a legal rampage lately, filing lawsuits against anyone who hacks their PS3, or posts the "master key" which was leaked recently, and now is going after infamous hacker GeoHot for hacking his own PS3. GeoHot is infamous in the hacking scene, for initially jailbreaking the iPhone, and then he released the PS3 master key, and a "jailbreak" that allows homemade games to be played on the PS3.
GeoHot posted on his blog today that the company is suing him for hacking his personal PS3, even though he never used it online, and is against mass piracy. In his post, GeoHot writes that;

BlackBerry's Storm 3 Video leaked

With Research In Motion's first two attempts at the BlackBerry Storm receiving less-than-stellar reviews from pundits and users alike, it seems the Canadian smartphone company hasn't been deterred from giving the touch-screen handset another shot. Remember kids, if at first you don't succeed, try, try again.
Of course, thinking Apple was lying about the original iPhone hasn't helped RIM, with the manufacturer now a couple of years behind the curve.
Today we bring you the first video of what CrackBerry is saying will be the BlackBerry Storm 3.

Amazon Appstore Offers users to buy Android apps without a device

Amazon's elusive upcoming Appstore, set to be unleashed in the near future, will include an interesting feature that allows users to purchase Android apps from even if they don't have a device. The move is designed to help customers buying an Android device get started by letting them stock up on apps at the same time. In their blog post, Amazon also point out that developers will have access to the advantages that come with any product being listed in their store.

Apple preparing for new connection Technology

Apple is reportedly preparing to announce a new high-speed connection technology, CNET reports today.
CNET claims a "source" has confirmed the Cupertino-based company will soon announce a new connection technology which is faster than the USB 3.0 specifications and could potentially utilise Intel's Light Peak technology, which allows manufacturers to use the one connection for every item which connects to a computer, be it a printer, mouse, display, keyboard or external hard drives.