Chimo Applications Inc. announced the launch of Version 1.0 of their new vehicle-to-vehicle messaging platform, available on all compatible iOS and Android devices. For the first time, vehicle owners have the ability to message other vehicle owners anonymously through the registered Chimo user’s license plate.
In addition to the application’s core messaging technology, Chimo also features a social alerts add-on, which allows users to post location-based messages to other vehicle owners in the area.
“We are very happy to introduce this new medium of communication,” said founder and CEO Saul Segall. “We believe Chimo will allow users to avoid certain undesirable situations, like a parking ticket, heavy traffic areas, auto theft, and many more scenarios. We wanted to give people the opportunity to be social with the vehicles they spend so much time in and around.”
In July, 2015, Google launched EddystoneTM, an open beacon format that supports Android and iOS devices, which is expected to bring about significant advances in beacon device application. On April 14, Google released the technical specifications for EID, a new frame type for Eddystone to enable a more secure beacon signal. SENSORO, an Eddystone manufacturer, simultaneously provided technical support for Eddystone-EID.
It is well known that Eddystone could support multiple frame types, indicating it could perform a variety of functions. So far, there are four different frame types under Eddystone: UID, URLs, Ephemeral Identifiers (EIDs) and TLM Data.
The device, manufactured by Miura and marketed as the Bold B5 50 reader by CardFlight, will allow merchants to accept EMV chip cards, contactless NFC payments, Apple Pay and Android Pay, as well as magnetic stripe payments from smartphones and tablets. The Bold B550 will be integrated into CardFlight’s mobile POS platform and payment gateway, which supports most major U.S. processors.
Resellers of SwipeSimple will be able to offer their merchants the Bold B550 device as a new option in addition to CardFlight’s existing card reader choices. The Bold B550 is particularly valuable for merchants that want to accept both NFC and EMV payments or who prefer to connect to a card reader via Bluetooth rather than the audio jack connectivity used in CardFlight’s other readers. SwipeSimple is CardFlight’s product that enables merchant service providers, banks, independent sales organizations and other financial institutions to offer a great EMV-enabled mobile point-of-sale solution to their merchants.
Housed in a compact stand, Move It is comprised of an Ab Wheel, a Resistance Band, two Push-Up Handles and a Jump Rope, all of which feature patent-pending interchangeable Intelligent Handles and Sensors that wirelessly connect each workout device to the interactive app. Each handle and piece of equipment contains sensors that precisely track movements in real-time and connect wirelessly to the user’s Smartphone, providing instant feedback on exercise form, number of reps performed and calories burned. The handles also include LED lights to indicate the workout status and a battery that lasts through a week of routine workouts to keep the sweat flowing without interruption!
“RAY DETECT” is one of very few apps, that uses the camera sensor to turn the phone into a real radiation detector. And the only one to work even offline and without other devices or calibrations. Moreover, “RAY DETECT” on Apple Watch will show the level of radiation exposure, something we have seen only in fictional spy movies.
We spent about a year calibrating the app against professional grade devices, in strict laboratory conditions. The app’s features make it easier than everfor everyone to detectactualradiation and share results with loved ones.
Tekton Technologies today is pleased to announce System Monitor 3.5 for iOS 9.0, a comprehensive health check for the iPhone, iPad, and iTouch. The iOS App monitors the memory in use, provides a real-time live graph view of the memory in use, frees up unused memory to speed up the iPhone, monitors battery life, disk information and other activities on the user’s device. It also activates helpful alerts set by users, letting them know when their device’s systems have reached certain limits.
daydream.VR announces the launch of HEADBANGERZ at the Virtual Reality Summit in New York. Daydream.VR mobile VR App is the virtual reality fix for boring and serious VR. Now with daydream.VR Headbangerz you can play your favorite songs and blast through a VR roller coaster collecting BEATCOINZ to stay alive.
V Owen Bush, CEO of daydream.io stated “We are always learning from our passionate user base of over 50,000 users. The addition of HEADBANGERZ is a new direction in Music Powered VR games.”
Ignacio “Nacho” Platas, Chief Product Officer of daydream.io, commented: “HEADBANGERZ calculates the tempo of your music and places BEATCOINZ to coincide with each beat so you can bang your head up and down left and right in order to catch the incoming eye candy! “
GainSpan Corporation, in collaboration with OmniVision Technologies and Microsemi Corporation, today introduced the GS-ADK-Video+FD-Audio reference design, a low-power, battery-operated reference design capable of streaming high definition (HD) video and two-way, telephony quality audio over Wi-Fi networks. The GS-ADK-Video+FD-Audio platform was developed in response to the rapidly growing IoT market for audio and video streaming products in smart homes, and is designed to help speed up customers’ time-to-market by reducing product development costs and cycle times. Through this collaboration, customers benefit from each company’s leadership in their respective fields: OmniVision’s low-power video processor solutions; Microsemi’s advanced audio analytics algorithms; and GainSpan’s expertise in low-power, cloud-connected Wi-Fi solutions.
The highly optimized IoT video and audio platform is the trio’s first reference design collaboration, and sets a new standard for real-time, interactive imaging experience in home IoT products such as smart video doorbells, battery-operated cameras and baby monitors.
The leading selling on-demand service, Gone, has announced the launch of a Gone Marketplace, where users can purchase second-hand electronics that have been inspected and approved for quality. With all of the risks in buying electronics from unknown sellers, this platform guarantees buyers know exactly what they are purchasing. The company taps into eBay’s most important category (used electronics is a $30 billion market). In addition to the launch of the Marketplace, Gone is also expanding its popular concierge service to Manhattan.
The service provides every user with a Gone assistant to simplify the selling process. The assistant goes to the seller’s home to pick up and package each item for sale. The service alleviates stresses of selling in the city as Gone handles the entire process from the pricing, pickup, packaging, contacting buyers, negotiating, and shipping of items.
Apalon Apps, a top developer of mobile applications worldwide and an operating business of IAC, today launched a new app for iOS, Planes Live, to help users keep up to speed with flights around the world in real time. Multifunctional and easy-to-use, Planes Live includes detailed reports on flights, aircraft characteristics, accurate departure and arrival schedules, airport time zones, weather forecasts and more.
“Planes Live is great for various cases. It’s useful for professional pilots and travelers trying to make their connecting flight or for those who simply want to make sure they pick up their loved ones at the airport on time,” said Alexey Goryaynov, Product Manager at Apalon Apps. “When creating Planes Live, we focused on user experience and made the app informative, beautiful and simple at the same time.”
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