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Re: Apple TV Deserves a Little Love
Posted by: Chris Maxcer 2010-03-23 07:17:57
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As the iPad frenzy continues to build to a frothy mess, I'm wondering if Apple is turning a corner and driving to the land of mobility -- with nary a glance in the rearview mirror to the living room it's leaving behind. Long-time readers will know that I'm a big fan of the HDTV, as well as my Apple TV, and even recent readers might remember my skepticism over a personal need for an iPad. What concerns me now, as an unabashed fan of most Apple products, is that Apple's TV "hobby" might end up being one that starts gathering dust in the garage.

What a wonderful Google Apps? Google Latitude + Google Ocean = ...
Posted by: IIWmaster 2010-03-23 07:25:49 In reply to: Chris Maxcer
What a wonderful Google Apps? Google Latitude + Google Ocean = Real-time Fishing LBS Contents

Have you heard about Real-time Fishing LBS Contents? We have proposed this Service Model to Google over 4 years ago. Real-time Fishing LBS Contents is Location Based Service for IPTV, WiMAX, Mobile. This Service Model was created in 2002 by I&IWorld. I&IWorld's located in South Korea. As you know, there're many people enjoy fishing in the world(about 5 hundred million). I&IWorld's Real-time Fishing LBS Contents is like these.

*Main Functions*
1.The underwater topography and 3D views with fishing spots
2.Real-time fishing points tracing by GPS and angling direction guide
3.Service the real-time fishing condition about fishing place(weather, water temp, depth etc)
4.Angler Social network(such as Second Life)

Everyone knows that Google motto is, 'Don't be evil.' Is it all right? Visit http://www.koreacontent.org/weben/index.jsp, and type 'Real-time Fishing LBS Contents'. Search http://www.koreacontent.org/co/i/iiworld/index.html. If you need more information, please send your email address.
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