NY Times: How iPhone and Wii Interface Design change our behaviour*

5 04 2008

Found this on the the Flytip Blog. The New York Times posted an article on how the Apple iPhone and the Nintendo Wii interface design have changed the way that we use mobile or electronic devices.

Read the full NY Times article here.

The Article references Piclens a free browser addon that instantly transforms your browser into a full-screen 3D experience for images on sites such as Google Images, Flickr, Facebook, MySpace, deviantART and more. See a demonstration here:

“PicLens Demonstration” – 04:02 min

UK and US based research institute M:Metrics have just released the findings of a study they conducted since the launch of the iPhone 6 months ago that in essence shows that 85 percent of iPhone users browse the mobile Web abd that the  iPhone is top device for news and information accessed on mobile browser. Read the full release here.

It is going to interesting to see on how this trend progresses!

Visit: nytimes.com

(Source. Flytip.com)

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20 05 2008
Steven

The iPhone is definitely chaging the way we interface with our electronics. Things like actual keyboards or mouses may soon be a thing of the past.

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