Mobile Minutes: Boeing, Word Lens, Bubbli, Google
By Staff reports
May 22, 2014
Samsung, Boeing partnership aims at new mobile tech and apps in space
Boeing, the world's largest aerospace company, is looking to enhance mobile technology in space by partnering with the world's biggest smartphone making company, Samsung. The partnership aims to bring new mobile technology and apps that can be used for operations handled in the upcoming Crew Space Transportation (CST)-100 spacecraft.
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Google picks up incredible visual translation app Word Lens and makes it free
Google has purchased Word Lens, an impressive app that translates foreign languages in real time using the iPhone and Android smartphone built-in camera. It's now free for a limited time.
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Dropbox buys Bubbli, will integrate the 3D photo tech into its photo service
It looks like Dropbox has made another acquisition today in the photo space: it has acquired Bubbli, a startup that has built some innovative ways of incorporating 3D technology into 2D views, and packaging it in a mobile appfor ordinary consumers to use.
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Google overtakes Apple as world's most valuable brand
Google has been named ahead of Apple as the world's most valuable brand, according to a new survey.
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