I’ll start with an inspiring story of a man who survived the Haiti Earthquake due to an iPhone app. This man, Dan Woolley, is a filmmaker for Compassion International.
Here’s some new computers from Toshiba, the Terca A11 and Qosmio X500.
Speaking of some new computers, there is a new netbook from Samsung called the NB30 that is now on sale.
There’s this rumor going around that HP laptops could be getting some pico-projectors.
Here is a Oppo Enjoy, an e-reader powered by Android. You like?
The Xperia X10 is coming to NTT DoCoMo, but with a different name, the Smartphone Xperia.
Forget the iSlate. It’s already available as an iPhone app. Don’t let the name fool you, though.
Final Fantasy games are coming to the iPhone, at least the first two are, anyway.
Bad news. China is out to censor text messages. I don’t like that.
Want to exercise with a good iPhone app? Try the open source Pump One.
Check out this snowmobile chopper, made entirely from spare parts.
Online funerals. Yeah, I said it. You can read the story here.
Without further ado, here’s the toilet of the future!
You might want to see how augmented reality is changing the game of rock, paper, scissors. I say might because it is a little freaky.
Hulu may be charging you for their servies. For example, if you want to watch an older episode of a TV show, for example.
Here’s the world’s smallest Blu-ray player, the DMP-BD60.
Check out these new GM radios.
This is the TruTouch 2000, and you can use your finger to see if you are intoxicated.