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In partnership with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), Google announced on Wednesday that it has added AMBER Alerts to its Search and Maps services for desktop and mobile devices. AMBER Alert notifications will be displayed for your local area or locations based off of web search content. Alerts will be updated as information becomes available, but may include case details such as a description of the abducted child and the make and model of their alleged abductor’s vehicle. While this service is only available in the US, Google is working with Missing Children Europe and the Canadian Centre for Child Protection in hopes of bringing similar services to more countries.
Question by Ackley J: What features are missing from Window Phone 7? I am trying to decide if I should switch to wp7 or stay with android. I love my android device and personally don’t like iOS. But I heard wp7 is missing some key features. I know copy paste, what else?
Answer by Miteshyes windows phone 7 is missing features like copy and paste but i have listen that after an update which will be released by Microsoft. after updating these kind of features will be soon available on windows phone 7. but before buying also ask from microsoft costumer care.
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Living in Brooklyn, NY (the place where package deliveries go to die), I know better than anyone the struggle of missing a package, tracking it down, and then traveling however long it takes to recover said package. It’s so much of a pain, in fact, that I often give up the second I see that “Sorry we missed you” sticker.
But a company fresh out of Y Combinator‘s Summer 2012 class is ready to disrupt this mayhem with a clever little box, a BufferBox. It’s a bit like Amazon Locker, where you have all your Amazon packages shipped to a relatively convenient location instead of missing them. However, BufferBox works with all of your packages (UPS, FedEx, USPS, and Amazon).
Here’s how it works:
After signing up with BufferBox, you’re given a specific address — you will use this address every time you plan on receiving a package. Once the delivery arrives, BufferBox will send you an email with a unique PIN, with which you can open up your BufferBox and walk off, package in hand.
BufferBox then takes a fee for every parcel delivered through their system. “Integrated retailers” will offer a BufferBox distribution channel direct from their own ecommerce sites, and at that point the rate to the retailer comes down to shipping volume. The customer pays nothing. On the other hand, users buying through non-integrated retailers can always sign up for a BufferBox of their own, and pay $ 3 per parcel.
According to founder Mike McCauley, Amazon’s Locker program poses the greatest threat competitively, but he actually sees it as an advantage.
“They opened up a whole new market for us because they have 30 percent of the commerce volume,” McCauley said. “The other scattered 70 percent don’t have the order volume to justify building a network of kiosks.”
“In that way, we’re kind of like an open platform.”
The roll-out has already begun, starting with Union Station in Toronto, Canada. (The BufferBox guys are primarily out of the University of Waterloo.)
The team has plans to expand into 100 new locations, including convenience stores, grocery stores, and transit stations within Toronto, which should expand their potential user base to approximately 7 million consumers. Perfect practice for a roll-out in the Big Apple.
BufferBox has also signed an agreement with Walmart ecommerce to give consumers the option of having packages delivered to a BufferBox instead of their doorstep.Related Posts:
In an effort to reduce male patron’s messiness (and grab some cash from locales not necessarily associated with gaming) Sega’s Toylets can now be found in restrooms across Japan — and even in a handful of cities overseas. You won’t need to make the laborious trek to your nearest bar or arcade to beat the high score any more, however, as Sega’s now put the urinal games terminal up for sale to (Japanese) Joe Public. A sensor at the base will detect pressure and, er, volume which acts as the controls. A screen at eye level will show your progress, and you can expect several short-but-sweet games in the style of Rhythm Tengoku or Warioware. It all comes a price though — you’ll need to stump up 140,000 yen (around $ 1750) for the device itself and 10,000 yen ($ 125) a piece for games. The porcelain is (unfortunately) not included.
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Question by : How would the kinect react to someone with a missing limb, say an arm? could it not be able to tell that its a human?
Answer by Friendly Neighbourhood Atheistit would still know you’re a human and would extrapolate your missing arm.
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It appears the iPad gamepad of our dreams has finally arrived. The 60beat is a full-sized gamepad designed for iOS devices and it connects to iPads and iPhones via the headphone jack. While there aren’t many games that support the technology (yet), the concept is fairly simple. The controller works by sending signals through the devices’ microphone jack.Works with all 60beat GamePad compatible games Package includes : GamePad and Audio Splitter 4 foot cable from GamePad to headphone jack Color is white with black joysticks and buttons Made from hard resin plastic
Because it is portable it won’t bog down your baggage like the iCade accessory and it should be trivial for games makers to add support in future titles. $ 50 is a little pricey, but it might mean the difference between fun and failure when it comes to run and jump classics like Mega Man on the iPad.
Apple Approves New App That Allows You to Locate Stolen or Missing PC, Mac iPhone and iPad for … The New LocatePC Mobile Tracker Lite And Pro is Now Available ATLANTA – LIGATT Security International (OTC: LGTT) announced today that the two new Apps LocatePC Mobile Tracker Lite and Pro are now able to track your stolen computer, iPhone and iPad. LocatePC Mobile Tracker Lite is a free application in Apple’s App store that allows you to track your iPhone and iPad for free. You can track … Read more on ThomasNet
New iPhone OS Reportedly Transmits More Audio Info to Car Stereo Apple unveiled a new operating system, called iOS 5, for its mobile devices earlier this month. Along with improved notifications and social media integration, we’ve learned that the Apple OS now works better with some cars. The new operating system… Read more on Cars.com
DIY Kitchen Island Disappears At The Touch Of An iPhone It’s tricky to build and would only work in a certain kind of house, but this is such a cool hack we had to point it out: a kitchen island which disappears into the floor and is controlled by an iPhone application. (more…) Read more on Lifehacker AustraliaRelated Posts: