I can’t solve a Rubik’s Cube to save my life. Robots don’t have that problem. There are smart humans out there that can solve it fast though. The current official human record for a Rubik’s cube 3×3 puzzle is just 5.66
Have you ever needed to use your phone inside you pocket? I haven’t, but I’m sure it could be useful in some situations. New technology from Microsoft Research could allow you to use a touchscreen through fabric.
If you have your heart set on a custom painted iPhone 4S, you can have it, thanks to the guys at Colorware. However, you need to say your goodbyes to your first-born (and your left testicle) before ordering, as this phone is crazy, insanely expensive.
You know what I love about the whole viral video advertising trend? At least it makes advertisers and agencies look outside of the traditional blah 30- and 60- second ad spots that treat consumers like idiots, and instead to do something entertaining and attention-grabbing.
LG unveiled the really slick Optimus 3D smartphone a while back. The smartphone needs no glasses to view 3D images and video. LG announced a few months back that it was working on a new converter that would turn a user’s 2D games into 3D on the fly for the phone.
Carrying around stands for all of your devices can be a pain, which is why I like Jesse Herbert’s Smartphone Bracelet. It doesn’t take up much space, and when it’s not in use by your smartphone, you can wear it as a bracelet.
Another year, another iPhone. Apple today revealed the hotly-anticipated follow-up to its massively successful iPhone line up. While we were all hoping for the iPhone 5, we got news today that the new phone would be called iPhone 4S.
So you’re in your car, ready to head off to work, when you realize you can’t get the garage door open because you left the remote in the kitchen table. Or you could have just gotten home – only to have to park your vehicle outside while you rummage around your glove compartment trying to find where you stuffed the garage door remote earlier.
Just how good are you at creating LEGO masterpieces? LEGO Life of George, has LEGO teaming up with Apple’s iPhone or iPod Touch and it will test your skills and see just how good you are at creating things to spec.
I recently changed from an iPhone over to an Android smartphone. I found pretty quickly that the short battery life that I got playing games isn’t only a problem with the iPhone; my Android smartphone has that problem as well.
If the mobile phone or smartphone you have right now really sucks and you want a new device, AmazonWireless has a killer deal you need to check out. The smartphone is the Motorola Droid Bionic, which is one of the latest offerings from Motorola.
If you like to minimize the gear that you carry around in your pockets because bulky pockets can get annoying, you should check out the Callet, which combines a smartphone case with a wallet. It’s a concept that I’ve seen before, but it’s always good to have some options.
Touch-based interfaces are all the rage today, so it’s no surprise that most designs for future devices are based around touchscreens as well. Designers Wenhing Chu and Kok Keong Wong have an incredibly innovative concept: Two.
This BlackBerry popped up a few days ago on a Chinese web site, and it’s supposed to be the new BlackBerry 9980. I have to admit that the design is somewhat intriguing, but if it really looks like this, will it sell?
The Internet is abuzz once again with rumors of the inevitable iPhone 5. Some say it will have an end-to-end screen, some say it will have a curved glass back, yet others say it will work with both GSM and CDMA networks.
This new case from Case-Mate is called the Colorways, and it’s designed to work with the iPhone 4. The case itself is made out of three separate, transparent parts, that interconnect and overlap to create vivid secondary colors.