Making a baby: No longer just a private event between a woman, a man, their fertility specialist, a surrogate and a baby planner.
Wondering what Montreal-based Matrox has been doing since it conceded the graphics card wars to NVIDIA and ATI a few years ago? Besides building lots of great video editing equipment, the company has been working on Iris GT, a smart camera that’s packed with processing power and might just be a body part of our future robot overlords.
The internet is not just changing the way people live but altering the way our brains work with a neuroscientist arguing that this is an evolutionary change which will put the tech-savvy at the top of the new social order.
This portable hand-held scanning translator can scan a word or a full line of text and give you an immediate translation, even idioms and phrases.
The Z Pen is a fairly normal looking pen which can be used to write as normal. Once writing has been completed you can then download data from it and have the writing converted to text with OCR.
Senator Barack Obama used one to announce to the world his choice of a running mate. Thousands of Americans have used them to vote for their favorite “American Idol” contestants. Many teenagers prefer them to actually talking. Almost overnight, text messages have become the preferred form of communication for millions.
Maverick Mobile Solutions, an Indian company that makes mobile applications, has a new way to protect your cell phone: tell it to follow the lead of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial and “phone home.”
MOST teenage girls love to talk to their friends. And talk. And talk.
Sony Reader, the electronic book will be launched in Britain this week by Sony and Waterstone’s. The Reader weighs 9 ounces and has a good battery life for it uses power only when you turn the page. The Sony Reader has a 200MB memory and has enough space for 160 novels.
Crazy idea for a prothetic third arm to better manage your iPhone. Second video after the jump.