If you enjoy art and history, take a trip to the Louvre in France, where they will soon be using Nintendo 3DS’ during their tours. I think they are trying to appeal to the younger generation and get more visitors.
All the cars lining up the streets don’t make for a very pretty sight. The recent wave of erratic weather has also convinced me to start living a greener and more eco-friendly life, but you can’t really take your bike or electric car with you while you’re traveling – or can you?
Somebody must be a really big fan of his CrackBerry. And LEGOs.
This gigantic LEGO BlackBerry was created by LEGO sculptor Nathan Sawaya for the BlackBerry Developer Conference. The five-foot tall smartphone is based on the BlackBerry Tour 9360, and not only incorporates thousands of LEGO blocks, but also has a flat-screen LCD television built into the middle of it.
Apple today released the most comprehensive demonstration of the iPhone to date. The 20-minute long iPhone guided tour shows off many of the features of the much-anticipated device in more detail than ever.
The video really shows off how compact the iPhone is relative to the demonstrator’s hand.