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  • Improve your memory with Memorize.com

    Improve your memory with Memorize.com

    Check out the online memorization tool at Memorize.com. You ought not have any problems remembering that URL. Built on Ruby on Rails, with a CouchDB backend, Memorize.com doesn't do a whole lot, but what it does do it does pretty well. No signups required, easily shared pages, and a variety of useful wizards to walk through creating a page make Memorize.com extremely easy to use.

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  • Palm loses webOS notifications architect to Apple

    Palm loses webOS notifications architect to Apple

    Rich Dellinger might not be a name you instantly recognize, but he is the dude credited with bringing about the unintrusive banner notification system that forms part of webOS' widespread appeal. And, as of today, he's also in the employ of one Steve Jobs. The new Senior UI Designer at Apple, Inc looks to have made his way through Palm's exit doors in the immediate aftermath of the HP takeover announcement, and joins Matias Duarte on the list of significant talent departures from the webOS design team. We expect Rich will be getting his teeth stuck into the iPhone's admittedly tired and obtrusive notifications, and hopefully sprinkling some of that webOS fairy dust into the next iteration of Apple's iOS. Let's be honest, who here hasn't dreamt of an iPre?

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    Palm loses webOS notifications architect to Apple originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 09 Jun 2010 05:17:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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  • Layar debuts new augmented reality browser, bets big on content discovery

    Layar debuts new augmented reality browser, bets big on content discovery

    Layar is today unveiling the latest iteration of its Reality Browser product (3.5), starting with an Android version, with an iPhone 3GS app update scheduled for later. With the new version of the browser, users can now easily discover and experience Augmented Reality without the need to enter a search query or open a specific layer. This means users can instantly see the most interesting content nearby upon launching the browser, effectively turning it into a potent location-based search and discovery service with an augmented reality element attached to it rather than