Blackberry satellite tracking

 

Very surreal, this is the next generation satellite finder: Point your iPhone anywhere towards the sky and see all the satellites lined up, on the live video screen! At a glance, you’ll see where the satellite is and whether any trees or buildings are blocking the line of sight. Think of multi-lnb dishes and now you know where to place your dish best. Doing a site survey and setting up a dish is going to be a piece of cake with this app. This is a truly useful augmented reality app for the professional and diy enthusiast alike.

The app uses the gps, accelerometer, and the compass of the new iPhone 3GS. Just move the phone up and down and left and right and the satellite arc will follow the live video on the display. The compass has a bit of a lag though, so when doing quick sideways movements the satellite arc is trying to catch up but then settles to the correct position.

As far as the iPhone Touch goes, the new iPod Touch that will be announced on September 9th will have a camera, however I do not know if it will have a compass.

Blackberry satellite tracking

If you receive your email in a workplace (using the BlackBerry Enterprise Server), please speak to your system administrator before upgrading your smartphone.

If you receive your email in a workplace (using the BlackBerry Enterprise Server), please speak to your system administrator before upgrading your smartphone.

Your smartphone will be scanned to determine if your device needs to be updated. If an update is not needed, you will be notified that the software update is complete.

Very surreal, this is the next generation satellite finder: Point your iPhone anywhere towards the sky and see all the satellites lined up, on the live video screen! At a glance, you’ll see where the satellite is and whether any trees or buildings are blocking the line of sight. Think of multi-lnb dishes and now you know where to place your dish best. Doing a site survey and setting up a dish is going to be a piece of cake with this app. This is a truly useful augmented reality app for the professional and diy enthusiast alike.

The app uses the gps, accelerometer, and the compass of the new iPhone 3GS. Just move the phone up and down and left and right and the satellite arc will follow the live video on the display. The compass has a bit of a lag though, so when doing quick sideways movements the satellite arc is trying to catch up but then settles to the correct position.

As far as the iPhone Touch goes, the new iPod Touch that will be announced on September 9th will have a camera, however I do not know if it will have a compass.

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An Ottawa law firm is preparing to file a class-action lawsuit seeking more than $20-million in damages against BlackBerry Ltd., alleging the company misled employees who accepted a transfer to Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd. as part of a strategic partnership.

Nelligan O’Brien Payne LLP filed a notice of action on Wednesday in Ontario Superior Court on behalf of David Parker, a 14-year employee of BlackBerry who claims he accepted a transfer to Ford before being told that he would not receive any termination benefits from BlackBerry or retain his years of service. The firm claims more than 100 workers in the Ottawa area were affected by the transfers, with as many as 200 more employees affected elsewhere in Canada.

The filing claims this amounts to a breach of good faith, and that it misled the workers with a transaction that circumvents statutory entitlements. In addition to punitive damages, the suit will seek any severance benefits to which terminated employees would be entitled.

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