Swiss iPhone with 3 icons?

Could this be true?

Yeah this is a photo of a Swiss ad for the iPhone which is rumored to be released on 4th April. What bugs me is the screen. It looks like these rumours:

Yep, it looks like the iPhone Nano. This has to be fake unless this is the trimmed down version of the iPhone (which is probably untrue).

iPhone nano?!!

Stick around to get future updates as they emerge.

Going Apple….

Mac to the Future – OC’s Mobile Learning goes Apple

White MacbookIn 2001, Oklahoma Christian launched a mobile computing initiative. This campus-wide 1-to-1 mobile computing program was the first in the state of Oklahoma and one of very few throughout the nation. Over the last six years, this program has helped to ensure that students have the technology necessary to combine digital fluency with the strengths of a liberal arts education.

Today, Oklahoma Christian University continues to look toward the future and the role of technology in teaching and learning. Understanding the technology needs and expectations of students and faculty continues to be the key to the success of this mobile learning initiative.

This summer, all faculty and all new students attending New Student Orientations will be issued a new Apple MacBook. Current students also will be given the opportunity to trade in their PC laptop for an Apple MacBook. This MacBook mobile learning initiative and the reliable campus-wide wireless infrastructure will allow OC to continue to provide opportunities for anytime, anywhere access to media-rich distributed course content.

IPhoneIn addition to the MacBook, the University will be able to offer students an option of either an Apple iPhone or iPod touch. The University is providing this option with the understanding that some students will not want to activate the iPhone with the associated service contract and costs, while others will prefer the iPhone and the added capabilities. The student will be responsible for the activation of the iPhone with the service provider.

The vision of incorporating instructional technology tools into teaching and learning is critical to our future success and the success of our graduates. We are excited about this new phase of mobile learning at Oklahoma Christian University and will continue to search for ways to enhance teaching and learning.

More at the site

BBC iPlayer for iPhone and Touch

TUAW is reporting that the BBC iPlayer is coming to the Touch’s in a matter of weeks! This would be very interesting because this would be the first ever 3rd Party (official) app on the iPhone+iPod Touch.

Warning! Challenger Approaching!

Linky Winky

A new Teclast player has been announced, the Teclast T50. The T50 has an attractive design, WGVA widescreen display, similar to iPhone capacitive touch-screen, multi-point touch, RMVB / RM / FLV / AVI video support, and audio independent dual-core processors.

More details as they come…

Here’s an explaination of the capacitive touch-screen and multi-point touch.

Capacitive touch screen: capacitive touch screen is the main structure on the screen in the glass coating of a transparent thin film layer, then add a conductor layer of protection glass, double-glass design can completely protect the conductor layer and sensors. Multi-point touch: a traditional touch screen can only judge a touch, if at the same time with more than two points are touched, will not be able to make the right reaction, or reaction confusion. Touch the multiple tasks can be divided into two aspects of the work, first at the same time collecting more signal, the signal on every road the meaning of judgement, the so-called gesture recognition.

A good challenger to the iPod Touch I must say.

Microsoft Surface in Silverlight

Link

https://i2.wp.com/upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/d/db/Silverlight.png Incredibly powerful demo. So far the best Silverlight I have ever seen

iGoogle for iPhone

Yeah here it is and we all knew it would come:

iGoogle iPhone 

Johnny Chung Lee 1 step further.

This takes Johnny Chung Lee’s Projects 1 step further, the way you interact with the pictures just like the Microsoft Surface Table.

If I had the time and the energy I might do this.

Description:

Dubbed Project Maestro, the setup is built upon Microsoft’s Windows Presentation System (or WPF). The folks at Cynergy Labs have now produced one of the most polished “hacks” to date. The goods behind this one aren’t available to the public just yet (for free or otherwise), but hopefully that’ll change before too long.