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Archive for the 'LeWeb' Category

Ribbit VOIP explained by Kevin Marks and JP Rangaswami of British Telecom

Posted by Charbax on 12th December 2009

Kevin Marks and JP Rangaswami are introducing Ribbit VOIP platform and APIs that gives independent developers, ISVs, and global enterprises the tools and functionality to create new ways to communicate-with people, businesses, and software. Ribbit enables developers to combine the richness of voice calling with the interactivity of Web 2.0 experiences. More info at http://ribbit.com

I also ask them about how they think the telecom industry is reacting to VOIP as a threat to existing revenues and as an opportunity for creating new experiences around voice communications.

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Posted in ARM, Android, LeWeb, Mobile phones, Uncategorized, VOIP | 3 Comments »

PeekFON Martin Varsavsky Interview

Posted by Charbax on 12th December 2009

Martin Varsavsky is the CEO and Founder of FON and of about a dozen or more other companies at http://english.martinvarsavsky.net

In this interview, I ask him not only about his cool new PeekFON device with Free PanEuropean GPRS Roaming, also about the current and future plans for FON WiFi roaming for the world, about firmware updates for Fonera 2.0n that I reviewed here, how we could expect more roaming agreements to be added with more ISPs in the future to create one big worldwide standard for WiFi authentication and roaming, Fem2Cell technology in upcoming Fem2Fonera and even prospects for White Spaces, WiMax and 4G technology in FON routers.


Posted in ARM, LeWeb, Mobile phones, Networking, Uncategorized | 2 Comments »

Tabbee Tablet at LeWeb conference in Paris

Posted by Charbax on 12th December 2009

Tabbee is a 7″ ARM powered tablet manufactured by French company Sagem and for now only available in France, distributed by Orange and available in retail stores for 249€. It is Linux based and runs Widgets and an Opera browser.

Posted in ARM, LeWeb, Linux, Portable Multimedia | 5 Comments »

Sokoz.fr at LeWeb conference in Paris

Posted by Charbax on 12th December 2009

Sokoz is a real-time reverse auction startup.

Posted in LeWeb, Web 2.0 | 3 Comments »

Danish startup Getinlive.com at LeWeb conference in Paris

Posted by Charbax on 12th December 2009

Danish Startup Get In does football statistics in real-time, also patented real-time football betting systems. It calculates sports results based on historical results.

Posted in LeWeb, Web 2.0 | 4 Comments »

Kukunu.com at LeWeb conference in Paris

Posted by Charbax on 12th December 2009

Kukunu.com is one of the startups shown at LeWeb conference in Paris

Posted in LeWeb, Web 2.0 | 6 Comments »

Nokia N900 at LeWeb conference in Paris

Posted by Charbax on 12th December 2009

Nokia N900 is Nokia’s first 3G-connected 3.5″ high density WVGA Maemo tablet phone device.


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Posted in ARM, LeWeb, Linux, Mobile phones | 4 Comments »

PsiXpda Intel based MID at LeWeb conference in Paris

Posted by Charbax on 12th December 2009

This is a video of the PsiXpda Intel Atom based MID filmed at LeWeb conference in Paris.

Posted in LeWeb, Portable Multimedia, UMPC | 5 Comments »

Seesmic on the Archos 5 Internet Tablet with Android

Posted by Charbax on 9th December 2009

Here is a demonstration at LeWeb conference in Paris of the Seesmic application for Android running on the Archos 5 Internet Tablet with Android, the worlds first Android Tablet with a 800×480 medium density 4.8″ touch screen and even with a 720p HDMI output. This video was filmed by John Yamasaki @jyamasaki of Seesmic using the Flip HD.

Posted in ARM, Android, Archos, LeWeb, Linux, Software | 3 Comments »

Looking forward to LeWeb

Posted by Charbax on 7th November 2009

I am looking forward to be at LeWeb in Paris, where I will be able to listen to some of the Web’s most influential people, and where I will try to interview some of them as I did last year already:

Marc Canter:

Robin Good and Teemu Arina:

Axel Schmiegelow:

You can see more of my last years LeWeb videos at: http://techvideoblog.com/category/leweb/

You can be there as well. Here’s a 20% registration discount code: BLOGDISCOUNT if you register at http://www.amiando.com/leweb08.html?discountCode=BLOGDISCOUNT

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