Curiosity won. A week ago I was offered a shiny new yellow Nokia Lumia 920 as my business phone, and I took it. This entry is about my first week with the winphone. Nokia is an amazing hardware manufacturer. The guys have been working on phones since the dawn of time. The WiFi is flawless,
In 2012 we were lucky. We weren’t really hit by any of the security holes Java had had, and for three times we managed to bring our Oracle Forms back from the dead – in just couple of workdays. I’ve been involved in Forms projects for nearly a decade now, and I feel I’ve spent
I admit – I am a bit technology geek. In spite of that, I think Google Glass (or – the concept in general) is going to be one of those things that will fundamentally change the way we interact with technology and applications in the future. After the initial presentation to the grand public, Glass
Had to give this a quick try – way too interesting to miss: Budget 3D Scanning at Home using Microsoft Kinect and new KScan3D scanner app by 3D3 Solutions. First time I came across the idea of using Kinect for something else than XBox controller was in iPi-soft Motion Capture (MOCAP). The app used Kinect
I admit – I am sometimes a bit slow, but I think I finally figured out a) why 3D printing will change the world, and b) it happens sooner than you think. I have been following Risto Linturi’s posts about 3D printing in Google+ for a while now (Risto is “the” Finnish 3D printing Evangelist).