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Tuesday, 16 July 2013
6 hours ago and Tech Radar are out with the news that Google Glasses now appear under devices, "greyed out" in the Google Play store.

I'm sure its takes a while to roll out an update, but I have been flipping between my Nexus 7, and Google store webpage to see it for myself before the night runs out.

Apparently this gives some clear indication where the Google Glasses are heading, with regards to Google product integration and how we can possibly stream data to and fro Glass to other Google devices.
Presently at $1,500 a pop and only available to those selected on the US Beta release, Commercial and Endusers are at the edge of their seats, in anticipation of the market and user effect with regards to these glasses. 

One thing to note is Geek is in trend, but the Google glass might stretch this further with users forgoing a "faux pas" for a whole new hi-tech experience.

Tuesday, 16 July 2013 22:57:24 (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00) | Comments [0] | Digital Trends#
Saturday, 13 July 2013

“This company has always had a big vision — to help people realize their full potential. In the earliest days, it was by putting a PC on every desk and in every home. We’ve come farther than we could have imagined. The impact we have collectively made on the world is undeniable, and I am inspired when talented new hires say they chose Microsoft because they want to change the world — that’s what we do today, and that’s what we’ll do tomorrow..”

Pretty powerful stuff emphasized above, and they are spot on when it comes to delivering worldwide changing products and services, but I would like to refocus on the email’s approach to strategy and the “One Microsoft agenda”. The email itself a painstakingly long one talks about merging procedures, emphasises quality in production, as well as exceptional customer service - clear company strategies that work when implemented properly. It also becomes immediately apparent that “Windows Phone” is not going away, and Microsoft has declared “Game On ” on mobile (a question for us is when do we start working with the SDK’s). If you can, the whole email is worth the read (excerpt below) reflecting on long term planning and a determination to capture large portions of the market.

Saturday, 13 July 2013 00:47:13 (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00) | Comments [0] | Digital Trends#
Thursday, 11 July 2013
You might find yourself with a few extra points on a general knowledge quiz if you knew where Aleko, Ruse, Plodiv, or Sozopol where on a Map.

Our latest App; a Native iOS called BGCam allows you to tap into camera feeds and see the Seaside, Cities, and mountain areas across Bulgaria. 
We are still trailing the App, but the feedback so far for this release, has been quite positive with a lot of our friends all over the world happy once again to see areas in Bulgaria that they know and love. 

BGCam is on iTunes

FYI, all text is in Bulgarian, but for starters 
"Mope" means "Sea"
"планина" means "Mountain"
"Градове" means "Cities"
Thursday, 11 July 2013 00:42:26 (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00) | Comments [0] | Digital Trends#
Tuesday, 09 July 2013

For many its become almost status quo to get anywhere on navigation Apps on our mobile devices. But Google has taken "anywhere" to another level with its Street view Globe Trekker.

Street view Globe Trekker is Google's pilot program to capture our favourite walks, and paths for a global audience.

The good news is that Google will like the general public to chip in, well not the “general public” but tourism boards, non-profits, government agencies, universities, research organisations or other entities interested in borrowing a Street View Trekker, to me this leaves a lot of options open for a lot of people out there interested in taking part.

The application is currently open so why not fill in a form.

If I did get a "trekker cam" I would personally like to capture the path from Seven sister to Beachy head; a more than 2hour walk that starts you off on a lovely lake, then up a path of rolling hills of white marble like sandstone, all the time having a view of the blue Atlantic Ocean horizon to your right. It’s simply amazing, and on a sunny day breath-taking.

Tuesday, 09 July 2013 22:59:47 (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00) | Comments [0] | Digital Trends#
Friday, 05 July 2013

France-based Ubisoft best known for its Assassin's Creed, Just Dance, Splinter Cell and Far Cry franchises has been hacked.

Although Debit / Credit card details seem to be safe usernames, email addresses, and passwords were sniffed. It seems the leaks are coming through “Add-ons” as Malware, and at one time there was a compromise on a game release.

Ubisoft has a 58 million strong database of registered users, and although they have a strategy to “Strengthen” security measures, it seems that hackers out there are playing a Game of their own, “who can crack Ubisoft”. In the end its the Users / Clients / Customers that get exposed having their vital details stolen. After reading through the forum (really recommend) a question that came up in our Team's meeting today was how can we “Strengthen” our security measures with regards to our digital projects?

Friday, 05 July 2013 00:42:26 (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00) | Comments [0] | Digital Trends#
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