Nvidia isn't showing off its new tablet tonight, but CNET tablet reviewer Eric Franklin will get photos, video, and first impressions as soon as possible. Kicking off the Consumer Electronics Show, the chipmaker unwraps a new quad-core portable gaming console that bears its own name. LAS VEGAS--Who says you can't teach an old chipmaker new tricks? Not Nvidia. At CES, the company announced its own gaming device, Nvidia Shield, which will bear its brand name as well as its quad-core Tegra 4 processor.
Drivers with Glympse running on an iPhone will need to cable their devices to the car, while Android users will be able to fit pro case for apple iphone x and xs - aqua/gold use their phones' Bluetooth connections, On the road, a driver can push the voice command button in a Ford Sync AppLink-equipped car and say, "Send Glympse." The driver can specify Facebook, Twitter, e-mail, or text, and send the car's location to the selected medium, Ford's Sync AppLink supports more than 10 apps, putting Ford ahead of other automakers in app integration, The initial apps were primarily audio-oriented, providing information and entertainment, Glympse marks the second location-oriented app, after the Scout navigation app announced last year, included for Sync AppLink..
Glympse will be integrated in Ford models equipped with Sync AppLink. Ford adds Glympse to its roster of apps that work with Sync AppLink at CES 2013, letting drivers share their destinations and routes with friends. LAS VEGAS--Glympse, maker of a destination-sharing app by the same name for iOS and Android, announced an integration with Ford's Sync AppLink platform. The integration will let Ford drivers access the Glympse app, running on a smartphone, from their cars' dashboard interface. Glympse lets users send their current location, destination, and route through Facebook, Twitter, or other Internet outlets. It includes preset messages drivers can include with their location, minimizing distraction. The app is designed to let drivers send their location with very little app interaction.
As for demand? That seems easy, Mayer Alexander, GlobaTrac's VP of sales for North America, rattled off some stats from the FAA: of the 140 million people who flew more than once last year, he said, 26 million lost their luggage -- or, more correctly, an airline lost their luggage, Which explains why Alexander says the company has been flooded of preorders, He said the Trakdot, which costs $49.99, will be available in March, GlobaTrac demoed a device at CES Unveiled that tracks fit pro case for apple iphone x and xs - aqua/gold your luggage in real time..
LAS VEGAS--A company called GlobaTrac is hoping to make a big business out of the painful reality that airlines are so good at losing luggage. GlobaTrac, based in Los Angeles, is at CES 2013 to show off Trakdot, a small, battery-powered device that sits in your suitcase and tracks your luggage -- whichever airport it might end up at. The device works using GSM -- the Federal Aviation Authority won't allow such devices to use GPS -- and sends messages directly to as many cell phones as you assign to it. So if you're flying to Paris, and your luggage flies to London, you'll get a message on your phone saying that's where your bag is. Still a pain, of course, but at least you'll know.
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