An electric trials bike, called Gas Gas? Interesting. But oooh… something powerful enough that I could ride? Oooh. This might be a nice compliment to the little electric Razor bikes we have for the kids. Maybe with this I could finally learn how to do a wheelie.
If you like the irony of a [...]
I haven’t read the whole article, but this Gizmodo coverage offers some good snippets. I’m sure speculation over what really happens inside Apple is good fodder for urban legend. I see visions of Jobs sitting on a throne as droves of UI designers present their work, only to be flogged and ridiculed for not [...]
Ah shucks, it does sadden me so to see Apple get in trouble… over anything really. It’s kind of a nice relief to see something negative associated with them, since their name usually goes along with nothing more than glowing product reviews, astounding financial reports, and “gee, aren’t they awesome” blog articles.
An excerpt [...]
This is pretty cool, and kinda’ funny. I’m not surprised it’s a Frenchman who is extending a virtual world to paint a “real” picture of war. That is, since historically the French haven’t exactly been in the center of modern combat.
Many of the “photos” are actually quite powerful. It’s a testament to [...]
I love the Sonos system. I’ve been drooling over them since I first played with it at CES in the mid-2000’s. Sonos has historically been so iOS focused in terms of Mobile integration. Just take a look at this huge banner on their home page… it’s all about iOS and (now) Android:
This is one of the coolest, and most bizarre speaker designs I’ve seen. I love to see innovation like this… designs that make one question why things so often take the shape of what’s expected. For speakers, that means a box covered by some mesh or fabric.
The Classico version of the Trio [...]
The Osborne 1 actually carries a special place in my heart, as it’s the first computer that I ever really got to play with. My dad had one at his work and he would bring it home some weekends when I’d come to visit. I really had no idea what I was [...]
This is well over a year old, but still an interesting view in to the paradigm shift of human computer interaction, and the power of the touch screen interface.
The 10/GUI concept calls for a screen-sized touch pad on the desktop. Seems like a step sideways, but it could be the next generation of human [...]
I was hoping to see some sales figures here, but interesting nonetheless to see the app figures…
11,500 apps for the platform (7,500 are paid apps) and 36,000 developers (with 1,200 newly registered developers every week).
Windows Phone customers download an average of 12 apps each month. It takes 1.8 days, on average, [...]
Funny article about Google TV’s iPhone remote, and Apple TV’s iPhone remote. Speaks to the issue of functionality, perceived power, and simplicity. Which one is more powerful? Which one would you rather use? Which is a better translation from the physical to the virtual?
Our collective living rooms are already a nightmare of boxes and [...]
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