Microsoft is trying to demonstrate how to do some next-gen computing. Read about that here.
Ford has announced inflatable seatbelts in their 2010 models, starting with the new Explorer.
Here’s one of the most intriguing methods of computer interface that I have ever seen. Say hello to the Infractor.
Here is an interesting iPhone app called the Cry Translator. Believe it or not, it can supposedly translate your baby’s cry so you will know his or her needs.
Here’s a mini-projector from Japan called the Toyjector.
Found this interesting device from Sungale called the Smart Info Engine that is kind of an e-reader PMP, for lack of a better word.
eStarling has come out with a Touchscreen Connected Frame that uses 802.11n.
This is a Car Finder iPhone app that uses augmented reality.
It would appear that the Android 2.0 is getting bigger with three new devices from MOTO.