Tag Archive for mobile app

Power To Your Own Data: Haggle Helps You Make Deals

Former Personalized Media CEO Rajiv Salimath hosts a launch party March 1 for his latest venture, Haggle. What Haggle’s about, he says, is letting people use their own data to show venues – starting with restaurants – how they’re a valuable customer, and turn that to their purchasing advantage. Users can apply today for their…

Urbanopoly: Gamers' Way To Smarten Up Cities

What makes a city smart is having the right information at the right moment for the right stakeholder. Opening up city government data is the first step to that, and some cities are actively doing so right now – New York City, San Francisco, Boston in the U.S., for example. Those that aren’t should perhaps…

Kids, Job-Seekers, Sun Worshippers: There’s (Or Will Be) A Mobile Semantic App For You

Recently the Semantic Web Blog let readers know about the IntelliVocab app from Faqden Labs. The semantics-infused app for the Android, iPhone and iPad, is aimed at helping students prepare for vocabulary sections of SAT, GRE and GMAT tests. The company now is aiming to re-purpose the data-meaning and collaborative interaction principles behind the technology…

Exploring the Options for Social Content Aggregation

An article from ThreeMinds takes a look at the future of social content aggregation and discusses the approach that ThreeMinds has chosen to explore with their app, BroadFeed. The article states, “One way to view intelligent content is by how, as it moves from source to user, it becomes integrated into an application, correlated and aggregated with other content, augmented with richer information and metadata and then filtered for delivery. The smarter we can make each layer, the richer the experience and navigation we can provide to the user.”