Sebastian Küpers, one of the co-hosts of the German Open Web Podcast, announced today that he joined myON-ID as Head of Platform Development.
Google Friend Connect has integrated with Twitter. Beside Plaxo Twitter is the second non-Google service that is part of Google Friend Connect. (Via Official Google Blog)
Wikipedia launched an official mobile site. (Via Steve Rubel)
Vidlink is a new app by Google, which lets you record movies and upload them to YouTube using the Mac’s built-in camera or many Firewire or USB video cameras. It supports importing videos from other programms too. (Via Official Google Mac Blog)
Apple has three new Get a Mac ads: Group, Pep Rally and Sad Song.
There is a new
iPhone interface for Google Reader at http://www.google.com/reader/i/. (Via Official Google Reader Blog)
Google Maps have now two more options, which can show geo-tagged photos provided by Panoramio or geo-coded Wikipedia articles on maps.
Jeremy Keith liveblogged some talks of this yearâ€™s XTech conference.
Eye-Fi, the line of WiFi enabled SD cards, added a new member to the family, a card geotagging photos using WiFi triangulation, just like the iPhone and iPod Touch. (Via JeffCroft.com)
This entry was posted in
MischMasch and tagged Apple, Eye-Fi, geotag, Google, Google Maps, Google Reader, iPhone, Jeremy Keith, Macintosh, video, WikiPedia, XTech, YouTube on . 2008/05/14