Google’s App Inventor took the world by storm when it launched back in July of 2010. The WYSIWYG app inventor allowed users with no programming knowledge to create applications using drag-and-drop blocks that specified your application’s behavior. Our own Clark Wimberly took App Inventor for a ride back in August 2010, creating a basic ... Read More »
Remember App Inventor? It was one of the casualties of the Google Labs kill order that came down late last year. However the WYSIWYG app building tool got a reprieve at the last minute from MIT, who in turn received a donation from Google to help establish the MIT Center for ... Read More »
No, this story isn’t really about Carrier IQ, or Furby for that matter. Rather, this story is about DragonBot, a cool student project at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology that turns your Android smartphone into a dancing Furby-esque dragon robot. Best of all, you can control DragonBot with your Android tablet.
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