Apple sent out the WWDC keynote invites today and may have hinted at an iOS 12 redesign. Apple...Read More
Apple Watch is a beautifully crafted product that is seriously lacking in some areas. While I have no doubt it will be updated and perfected, the Apple Watch isn’t quite there yet. Check out the video for all the details...Read More
I’ve had the Apple watch for a little while now and thought I would share my thoughts after one week of use. I go over some of the Apple Watch interface and then talk about what I like and don’t like about the Apple...Read More
We show you the setup and basic interface of the new Motorola Devour with Motoblur. I just wanted to give those of you who have not used an Android phone or especially the Motorola devices a general overview of the phone itself....Read More
Someone out there was kind enough to show us the benchmarking of Google’s upcoming Nexus One using 3D Benchmark. After this video the Nexus One is looking quite nice compared to much of the choppy Android experience. Check it out for yourselves after the jump.Read More
Palm’s WebOS is having a bit of a rough time gaining momentum with their app store. Well the new Ares SDK is now here in beta form and for us non-programmers. You can use the online application to create a WebOS based app without any external tools. The interface is simple with drag and drop controls. Try it out for yourself and get building. You can still use the software based Mojo SDK, but why not give it a shot here first.
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This proof of concept from MIT looks to be the next step in interacting with your monitor. Very much like Minority Report, the screen responds to touch and distance of your hands, but without any gloves needed. The video below explains exactly how it works and then demonstrates each motion in practice. The only problem we see from here is the form factor will need some work, but we’re only at the beginning.Read More
Apparently I missed this one and then I was browsing some stories on TUAW that caught my eye. For all of those who regularly watch TV online in one way or another, Hulu is at the top. Hulu has just recently released an application for you desktop that gives you a nice clean interface for that sit-back-and-relax viewing. If you haven’t already be sure to go check this out. If you don’t like it then throw it in the trash, it’s free.
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