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Burger Hortons vs Uncle Sam

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As you might have heard, Burger King just merged with our beloved (for people living in Canada at least) Tim Hortons. I’m not an accountant, nor a tax specialist, so take this as it is: A far away armchair opinion of the events. Naturally, feel free to correct any wrong statement. That being said ……

The ghost of being too early

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There’s a saying: Those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it That’s a motto I try to follow, as such, history is something that I like and I always factor in an analysis. There’s also another quote that I factor in an analysis: Being early is the same as being wrong The previous,…

Amazon’s FireFly tech, AR coming of age

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Last week the Amazon Fire phone started to sale, while reviews has not been kind to it, the phone does brings a host of new technologies that will influence user expectations and experience as a whole, not only for Amazon Fire Phone users. Specifically (in our point of view), one of the technologies that are…

History of the renewed Apple-IBM vows

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Last week Apple-IBM break ended in a new reunion, promising to renew their vows on this new stage of their relationship. Yes, this relationship is not new, is an old love-hate adventure the two of them need in order to keep them in business they neither attack correctly. Apple on the corporate side, IBM on…

why google hasn't taken off

Why Google+ hasn’t taken off?

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As you may know, Google+ has not been the success most people expected. For sure, we don’t know what Google was expecting out of it, given their philosophy. However we know that the company has made a considerable effort trying to put it on front of our faces each time we use one of Google…

bliYAR, the newest player in the AR world

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The internet is full of gossip and rumours. That being said, sometimes the source of those rumours are quite credible. In this case, this article is mentioning that Layar is being bought by blipAR. We think this is true. Why is do we think so? Well, around two years ago we saw that Layar changed…

Google latests Acqui-hire: Quest Visual

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Previously we have talked about Word Lens, one of the first truly practical apps using AR. In case you didn’t you about them, check this video out, this is what they did: Word Lends is made by Quest Visual, last week Google bought Quest Visual. The initial and logical conclusion is that Google is buying…

The inevitability of wearables

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The photo above is making rounds on social media. Think about the whole evolution that happened in just 10 years. Thanks to Moore’s law, now we can comfortably carry around an entire video library of DVDs within our phones. This trend is going to continue, at least in mid-term, as long as we humans continue to…

The ironic adoption of mobile web design

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Marc Andreeseenn (the founder of Netscape) said it best: The problem with new technology: new technology is not worth much until it’s worth a lot. The previous applies almost to any technology widely adopted by humanity. Let’s take a look on how this phrase applies to mobile web design. Since the dawning of mobile Internet,…

City Icons (our content) now available in Google Glass

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It’s no secret that our content is based on using the Layar AR engine. Last week Layar took one step further into Google Glass, by releasing the Layar app for Google Glass. Certainly, Layar is not the first one to do this in the AR world, Metaio and Wikitude have already made their stuff available…