Ten things you should know about the iPazzPort Pearl

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Recently, iPazzPort – known for their wireless media remotes – launched the Pearl. This little plastic ball (seen on the right side of my TV in the image above) and its accompanying remote are designed to be put in your living room and act as a central hub in your digital life. The people at iPazzPort were kind enough to send me one, and I’ve spent some time with it over the last weeks. Here’s what you need to know.
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Roy | August 14, 2013 | English,Gadgets | Comments (7)
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Is Google’s little android moonlighting on kids TV?

A little while ago, Nickelodeon started airing a new kids TV show called “Team Umizoomi“. It features a team that consists of two humans and a robot… which looks a lot like the green little mechanical man that Google uses as part of the logo for their Android mobile operating system.

On the show, Team Umizoomi solves problems using each member’s unique skills. Milli is great at pattern recognition, Geo has a thing for shapes, while Bot excels at math and has a large display. I see some parallels with the Android OS here too. Things QR codes and Google Goggles are all about shapes and patterns, and modern Android phones have speedy processors and large screens.

But then again, I may be reading way too much into this… :)