Posts Tagged ‘toolkit


Apple’s mobile phone called the iPhone is already a big hit and is still gaining more and more fans. But you probably know that the device has one big flaw among some other small ones and I’m not talking about its functionality here. The bigger problem is that the rechargeable battery is built-in into the device and you can’t easily replace it yourself if it starts to act funny. Or that was the problem until recently, now you can order a special toolkit that comes with the needed tools to open your iPhone and replace the original battery with a spare one. There is a manual with instructions in the battery kit so you’ll know how to replace the battery with the new one, but you can also watch the video below so you’ll know how to quickly and easily open your phone…

You should have in mind that although the replacement battery is also a 1400mAh, 3.7V lithium-polymer like the original one, this is a non original replacement battery so its performance and life expectancy might differ from the one provided by the original battery you got with your new phone.

You can purchase a spare battery for your iPhone for $20.

Get your iPhone replacement battery here…

Coeno Toolkit

27, Aug 2006


Coeno one is an around-the-table application designed for presenting a storyboard using tabletop technology in combination with augmented content. It is based on the coeno framework. The goal of coeno one is to present new ways of interaction and communication for the next generation working in spaces.


Users bring their laptops and Tablet PCs into the environment, connect their devices to the system, and start exchanging their ideas by moving digital data (e.g. images, videos, digital scribbles, short animation shots etc.) to the table. They can move their private ideas to the public surface. Coeno one offers a smooth integration of portable computers into a meeting room, where the table and walls are acting as an extended public display. Equipped with a wireless multimedia mouse pointer, one person assumes the role of a coordinator and organizes the “unsorted” data by moving them from the workspace-table to the projected presentation-wall.

Moreover, the coordinator can re-organize the data on the table as well, thus move the scribbles, scale them, and rotate them accordingly. Really a cool project worth keeping up with…

Coeno Toolkit is a work in progress and is not comercially available yet.

More videos of Coeno in action…
More pictures of Coeno in action…