Iâ€™m a big fan of Yanko Design. The creative concocters there come up with the craziest, coolest, most techno-forward concept ideas around. And this oneâ€™s no exception.
The Spider Computer re-imagines everything we know about traditional computing input/output and turns them on their heads by way of projection Read the Rest of the story [...]
When youâ€™re a company like Google, itâ€™s never good when the FBI comes knocking. But never would the search giant have expected such an outlandish inquiry made by the government agency. Apparently, forensics experts from within the FBI have failed to gain access to a Samsung Exhibit II, all because of Read the Rest of the story [...]
We missed this update during the Mobile World Congress news rush but it is definitely worth mentioning. In February Endomondo updated their HUGELY popular sports tracker app to support bluetooth heart rate monitors in both the free and premium versions of their app. According to their website there are Read the Rest of the story [...]
RIM will be reporting their fourth-quarter results during their earnings call on March 29th. We’ll be on hand to live-blog and maybe even follow up with a podcast to discuss what goes down. As always you can follow us here or listen along to the call yourself Read the Rest of the story [...]
The popular free screen capture app for BlackBerry Smartphones, Capture Nux, has gotten a nice update to v5.0. According to Thomas who sent in the tip this version adds what they call Canvas Nux. This new feature essentially lets you overlay pictures or clipart on Read the Rest of the story [...]
Virgin Media has secured a contract that will allow the company to provide free Wi-Fi to London Underground stations â€” the â€œsubwayâ€ to my American friends â€” this summer; just in time for this yearâ€™s Olympic Games.
80 tube stations will have free Wi-Fi in place by the time Read the Rest of the story [...]
A recent study fron Strategy Analytic has concluded that most consumers, almost 90% of those surveyed, are looking for a smartphone display thatâ€™s larger than the one they currently have. Thereâ€™s just one caveat: the device also has to be thin.
â€œAlmost 90 percent of existing smartphone owners surveyed chose Read the Rest of the story [...]
If you’re on Bell and own either aÂ BlackBerry Torch 9860,Â you’ll want to go ahead and grab your USB cables if you’ve been waiting for BlackBerry 7.1 to drop. Bell has now posted OS 184.108.40.2067 to their BlackBerry download page, though previously leaked and not Read the Rest of the story [...]
HTCâ€™s One V, the entry-level One series device with a Jay Leno chin, has been spotted in both purple and black. Originally, HTC only revealed a charcoal-colored version of the device during Mobile World Congress, so weâ€™re happy to see itâ€™s adding at least one color to the lineup. The Read the Rest of the story [...]