Each week we scour the internet to find the best stories on technology, digital living and news of note. This week features a computer allowing users to reach into the screen, a new app that helps drivers find open parking spaces, and a look back at the Mobile Word Congress and the top items on display. All that and more in this edition of Mozy’s Technically Speaking.
3-D Computing Prototype Literally Puts Users Inside the Computer
A futuristic device known as Spacetop may be a glimpse of what the future of computing holds.Though it may not be completed for quite some time, NBC News Reports that it, allows the user to work in a 3-D environment through a transparent display. Users then move around the elements on screen with their hands. Experts aren’t sure whether this is a type of computing that could actually become commonplace, but it was a huge hit at the recent TED conference where it was on display.
RSA Conference Forecast – 100 Percent Chance of Cloud
Cloud security is growing and developing so quickly that more and more industries are starting to take notice. According to John Fontana of ZDNet, this week’s RSA Conference—a cryptography and information security-related conference, will kickoff with a summit from the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), which now has approximately 45,000 members. Among the topics being discussed at the summit is the spread of cloud technology across the world and how it is forcing enterprises to focus on security from a variety of angles.
New App May Have Answer for Big City Parking Hassles
Finding parking in a big city can be quite the headache. However, the recently released app Park.It is quickly making a name for itself as it helps drivers to find open parking spaces and avoid costly tickets. Right now the app only covers the city of San Francisco, however New York and Washington, D.C. versions will be available soon, says Katherine Bindley of Huffington Post Tech. Park.It shows users where legal spaces are located in the area they are driving in, and notifies them if they have parked in an illegal area.
A Look at the Top Products From Mobile World Congress
The biggest mobile conference of the year MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2013 took place last week and Ubergizmo has a wrap-up of some of the top products on display. MWC is a chance for all the big-name tech companies to showoff products being released sometime in the near future.