Here’s an app that allows you to virtually join together multiple screens of any kind on any device running any OS and make those screens sync to display one single large image. It’s called Junkyard Jumbotron
Created by Rick Borovoy at MIT’s Center for Future Civic Media, Junkyard Jumbotron is a super cool tool as it requires no software installation and you can make a large display almost instantly anywhere. All you need is a web browser.
To setup the Junkyard Jumbotron, you arrange the screens as desired and then display a web-page with a QR code on each of them; snap a picture and send it back to the server and the server takes any image you feed it and splits it across the screens.
Hit the jump for a video demo of how Junkyard Jumbotron works. It’s just awesome!
To upgrade, existing owners of the BlackBerry Curve 3G and BlackBerry Bold 9700 can connect their smartphone to their computer and go to ap.blackberry.com/blackberry6 to download the update.
Unlike Apple, where subsequent updates means less and less new features being introduced to older models, we assume that the OS update for BlackBerry Bold 9700 and BlackBerry Curve 3G users will offer the full set of features and enhancements that come with BlackBerry 6. If that is the case, it would feel almost like getting a new phone.
BlackBerry Bold 9700 and BlackBerry Curve 3G users, let us know how the OS upgrade turned out for you.
What is also unclear is if this means the Galaxy S II will make its Malaysian debut soon after.Traditionally Singapore has always been slightly ahead when it comes to device launches so it’s not wrong to assume that the arrangement will be much the same with the Galaxy S II. The question is, how long after its Singapore launch will the Galaxy S II make it to Malaysia.
So Samsung Galaxy fans out there, it looks like April will be your month.
UPDATE: Too many numbers trailing behind the one, we got confused. The eBay seller is not selling the iPad 2 for US$2 million, its more like US$200,000. Sorry for the confusion.
Would you pay
US$2 million US$200,000 for an iPad 2?
This eBay seller seems to think so and he is not bashful about it either, claiming his list to be “the world’s most expensive iPad 2“.
US$2m US$200k you get a base model 16GB WiFi iPad 2 in black with a matching black leather SmartCover plus free shipping.