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Widgets Take a Prominent Place in Droid Does Ad

November 2nd, 2009 No comments

iDon't run widgets

Widgets take a prominent place in the new Droid Does ad campaign from Verizon promoting their new Google Android based phone. Keep in mind this is a national ad campaign running everywhere; traditional media and online.

From the DroidDoes.com site:

Funny. Widgets are so useful and still most phones can’t use them. Droid allows for widgets. So those fantastic pieces of code can do just what they were designed for. Helping you out.

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Get Help For Your Golf Game GolfLink.com Video Tip of the Day Gadget

August 13th, 2008 No comments


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Yahoo! Live Channel Guide Google Gadget

April 27th, 2008 No comments

Yahoo! Live Channel Guide Google gadget allows you to easily browse currently broadcasting Yahoo! Live channels. The list is sorted by popularity (most number of viewers). Clicking on the channel image will open a popup of the channel preview. The channel name will open the full channel view in a new browser/tab with text and video chat capabilities.

Add to an iGoogle page or any webpage that allows JavaScript. The Google gadget platform allows for some basic configurations for the webpage gadget; title, width, height and border.

Yahoo! Live has been shut down…

Yahoo! Live Channel Guide Google Gadget for your webpage

Happy Friday Cute Daily Puppy Google Gadget

April 18th, 2008 No comments

A cute puppy picture each and every day. You can change the number and size of the puppy pictures.

Who can resist cute little puppies…

Widgets to go Mainstream on a TV Near You

January 7th, 2008 No comments

It’s hard to keep track of everything that goes on at CES but Ivan over at Snipperoo blog had an interesting post, Aquos Net Brings “widgets” to TVs. So, we went digging to find out more.

Basically, it looks like Sharp will be offering an ethernet jack on some of their LCD TVs and a service to go along with it called Aquos Net. You will be able to load approved widgets on your TV and access the internet. The photos and video shows a few different widget view configurations.

It’s nice to see widgets go mainstream like this. While we have to wait to see how this will all really work and what’s on the approved widget list, we do see how this could be a good thing. Not everyone is attached to a computer or has one next to the TV, so having access to some information like weather or stock ticker would be convenient. There are obviously weather and stock channels, but not having to channel flip will appeal to some.

We are interested to see how this develops and if other TV/electronics manufacturers will follow.

Gizmodo has a couple of posts with photos and video that better show what Aquos Net by Sharp is all about.