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Google Glasses Demo

A demonstration with Sergey Brin that showcases Google’s upcoming Glasses product. Looks like exciting stuff!

Jambon Marine Service Partners with Pejoe Development Company Ltd.

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Josh Jambon discusses his recent three vessel deal with Pejoe Development Company.

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Josh Jambon signs deal with Pejoe Unlimited Development for three new offshore support vessels for support around Nigeria.

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Josh Jambon’s OSV Set to Work in Ghana

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Press Release issued Dec 12, 2012: Josh Jambon announced that his company, Jambon Boats, took delivery of an additional offshore support vessel (OSV) for continued support of Ghana’s maritime market as Jambon Boats flourishes.

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Josh Jambon, Owner Of Jambon Boats, Expands Internationally

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Jambon Boats Owner Josh Jambon Expands Business

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Josh Jambon’s Marine Service Anticipates Favorable 2013 Ghanaian Economic Climate, Commits to 100-Percent Local Policy

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According to recent forecasts released by the Bank of Ghana, the global economy is likely to face lesser challenges moving forward, and as a result, Ghanaian growth is forecasted to strengthen by 3.5 percent this year.

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Josh Jambon expects growth for Jambon Marine Service in Ghana due to antipation of favorable 2013 economic climate in the area.

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Apple Tinkering With Idea Of ‘iWatch’

Apple iWatch Concept

Apple has reportedly been testing a curved glass watch which is nostalgic of a hard boiled detective by the name of Dick Tracy; reports are saying that the device is meant to either work with a user’s smartphone or perhaps act as a smartphone.

Whether this rumor is true or not is another story, however technology experts are speculating that wearable devices will become the new hot trend this year with fitness-focused gadgets already gaining ground in the consumer market. The fact that Google is already laying down the groundwork for a wearable device that acts as a smartphone is making the idea more mainstream. If Apple decides to join into the trend, then wearable tech might indeed be the next big thing.

The concept of being able to wear an Apple device isn’t a new one as the iPod Nano has been used as a watch for quite some time now though the iPod doesn’t have smartphone integration capabilities making the iWatch intriguing. Apple could easily create a wearable device that uses iOS, the same operating system they use for their smartphones and tablets.

Aside from being able to get directions from Siri or using Facetime to speak with people while on the move, the iWatch has the ability to give Apple a strong position into mobile payments. A device that’s strapped onto a wrist will give people a easier, faster way to make payments as well as to get information on coupons by using apps such as Passbook. In addition, Apple could deploy their mapping app and then use crowd-sourcing to get walking routes in a faster fashion.

It’s also possible that this wristwatch can be used as a control portal to be used with other Apple products such as the iPhone, Mac or Apple TV (if that actually ever comes out). It’ll be interesting to see if this rumor actually comes to fruition or lands by the wayside in the same manner as some other Apple products (Apple TV anyone!).

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