Expo 2010 Shanghai China begins on May 1 and runs until October 31 and it has been made possible with the help of 189 countries and 57 international organizations. The theme of the expo is “Better City – Better Life,” and more than 70 million visitors are expected to attend the traditional fair. That number… Continue reading Expo 2010 Shanghai Ready to Open to Public
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ToXly6cC8s[/youtube] There are some pretty awesome phone features and apps out there lately but it doesn’t seem like much can top AirStrip Technologies new way of tracking pregnant women and their babies using Smartphones and iPhones. Using the AirStrip OB, this has become possible and is a huge breakthrough for the medical field. With the… Continue reading Doctors Monitor Pregnancy With Smartphones
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYaOYtOdgB8&feature=player_embedded[/youtube] The long-awaited release of the Apple iPad 3G is over for US residents! iPad 3G’s are on their way to every greedy hand who ordered the massively popular device and the excitement is overwhelming. Some buyers who pre-ordered and have already received their goodies have taken to the Internet, posting videos of them unwrapping… Continue reading Unboxing of the iPad 3G Feels Like Christmas Morning
I still remember the early days of Twitter. Well, sorta’. I got on in 2007, after the SXSWi hype-storm that year introduced it the tech world. And it was a different place then: replies were invented by users, and you could see all of them; a 100 followers seemed like a lot!; and no-one outside… Continue reading Some Fascinating Stats About Twitter
See my name, above this post? Click it, and you’ll see no shortage of posts about wicked awesome bikes. I love wicked awesome bikes. But first, check out this wicked awesome bike. Liron Bobrov’s Soopa Scoota is a total death sentence of a device – not truly a ‘bike’, the Tron-inspired Scoota is a downhill… Continue reading You Can’t Stop the Bum Rush. Seriously, You Can’t. So Don’t Try.
Hold your horses, guys – I don’t mean ‘as a company’. Apple is wonderful, we all love Apple. But where Apple is ‘sliding downhill’, truly, is in their interaction design. I used to be a guy who liked to use his iPod from his pocket. Ever since the Touch/iPhone, I can no longer do that… Continue reading Apple Patents More Stuff, Continues Sliding Downhill
‘Why do you hate it?’, a friend of mine asked a couple days ago. ‘Hate what?’ ‘3D.’ She looked almost personally offended. ‘What’s wrong with it?’ Before I type my answer to her question, you have to understand that I’m part of a dwindling minority. We, the stubborn few purists, content to live our cinematic… Continue reading How I Learned to Love 3D… I Think
Who doesn’t love a nice steaming cup of tea? It’s not just something you drink at high noon with crumpets and jam, it can be enjoyed anywhere at anytime. With this new idea by Mexican designer Emma Moreno, doing just that will be even easier. The small egg-like diffuser dubbed, “Duo,” uses nanotechnology as a… Continue reading Tea Infuser Designed with the Future in Mind
I’ve always been a fan of the internet’s perpetual refusal to be governed by an ‘official’ body. The internet today, as I mentioned last week, largely resembles the American Wild West: player pianos, a keen interest in poker, bandits, and a whole lotta rules routinely broken by the people, whenever it suits them. But be… Continue reading Theme Blogs: When Everything Sucks, Nothing Does
Remember the beginning of the computing revolution? When the Internet didn’t exist, and everyone, for the most part, relied on desktop applications (or creating their own programs) to get something done? I do, and it sounds so primitive these days. But we also remember when the Internet and the Web browser began taking over. Advances… Continue reading Will Mobile App Platforms Destroy Browser-based Innovations?