Google has added experimental OCR support to their Documents List Data API. A live demo of the service is also available.
(via the Google Data APIs Blog)
EyeTV maker Elgato has released an $4.99 EyeTV companion app for the iPhone / iPod touch. From their site:
With the EyeTV application, you can watch, record, and enjoy live and recorded TV on your iPhone or iPod touch. At last, you don‘t have to leave all your great TV shows at home; the EyeTV app puts the power of award-winning EyeTV in the palm of your hand.
What’s the verdict? The bottom line is this version of EyeTV for the iPhone feels very much like the 1.0 app it is……
…..once Elgato shakes out the bugs in the app it’ll definitely be worth the money, particularly if they can get remote access to be a little less rickety.
I’ve played with the initial version a bit – it’s definitely worth considering if you have an EyeTV device.
Vodafone will start selling iPhones in the U.K. and Ireland early next year. Orange secured a similar deal earlier this week, marking an end to iPhone exclusivity in the U.K.
I wonder when the inevitable happens and AT&T stops being the single operator offering iPhones in the U.S.
Episode four of Robert Ashley’s A Life Well Wasted podcast: Artists, Fans & Engineers.
Tokyo Game Show 2009 is now underway, with two business days followed by a weekend open to the public.