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Talk Privately Using Silent Circle

October 4, 2012 | Robert Scoble

Tweet Very honored to meet crypto expert and legend Phil Zimmerman. He created PGP, Pretty Good Privacy, most widely used email encryption software…


Switchcam lets you watch concerts in a new way

March 19, 2012 | Robert Scoble

Tweet You know when you are at a concert how lots of people in the audience record the event on their cell phones? Well,…


Explorence: taking video games outdoors

October 20, 2011 | Robert Scoble

Tweet Video games have traditionally been inactive endeavors marked by long hours seated in front of computer or television screens. Nintendo’s Wii remote introduced…


Swype: making better mobile phone keyboards

September 14, 2010 | Robert Scoble

Tweet Pecking out the keys on a touchscreen isn’t much fun. Smartphones are supposed to make life easier, but when it comes to typing,…


Intuit takes personal finance tools mobile, social, global

September 3, 2010 | Robert Scoble

Tweet When I was director of software at UserLand software, I used QuickBooks. In fact, I had to lay myself off because QuickBooks made…


Getting healthy with Sensei

August 30, 2010 | Robert Scoble

Tweet There are some great applications I can use track my mountain biking and my calories. Sensei is one of those apps—and it’s for…


The future of the pen?

August 17, 2010 | Robert Scoble

Tweet While digital pens have been around for almost ten years, most of us probably have never used one. Maybe that’s because the market’s…


Real estate mobile report from Zillow

August 3, 2010 | Robert Scoble

Tweet While some location-based apps are still finding a way to be useful, Zillow is already there. The online real estate mavens have created…


A fully-automated mobile app for travelers: WorldMate’s TripCatch

July 29, 2010 | Robert Scoble

Tweet Travel is a huge space, and one of the companies that has been in it longest is WorldMate. Here founder Nadav Gur talks…

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