Given the proliferation of several mobile device platforms, namely iOS and Android, applications should be available on all these platforms. Rather than rewrite code to make the applications available
This posting is a follow-up to “Cloud Computing: The Players.” We can separate cloud computing services into Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Infrastructure
On Thursday, June 7, 2012 I attended Meet Windows Azure, a promotion of Microsoft’s cloud computing platform. Azure has been in development for several years now. Azure is an Infrastructure-as-a-Cloud,
I have been following fiducial marker recognition toolkits since 2009 when I was an visiting researcher at Dr. Takeo Igarashi’s ERATO Lab in Tokyo, Japan. These marker recognition toolkits are
Having attended several tech talks in the past several weeks, I summarize what is happening cloud computing. I will present a definition, core services, and integrators.
Cloud computing means to consume
On Wednesday May 31st I attended the San Francisco Android User Group meeting. These meetings equate to public presentations of corporate products. This meeting’s
Android offers several map views (controls) to render maps. Maps can be rendered online or directly on the mobile device. This article details the available choices available today.
Map SDKs and APIs:
On Wednesday May 30th, I attended the Bay Area Association of Database Developers public seminar. The seminar is organized with: social mingling, talk, and another social mingling. As with most public
In April 2012 I attended a meeting of the NYC Gamers. The NYC Gamers had a panel discussion focused on the future of mobile gaming platforms: console, desktop,