Hack In The Box Magazine was released just a few weeks ago – it’s now the ninth edition!
I came across this and it looks cool. It’s a flexible laptop that’s been in development and I can’t wait to see it hit the stores. I’m curious to see how many students find it cool. I can see this concept being duplicated by others.
The next version of the iPhone will replace its long-standing 3.5-inch screen with one that measures at least 4 inches. Also in the iPhone rumor pot today is word that China Mobile is in talks with Apple to finally carry the iPhone. China Mobile is the world’s largest carrier by customers, but the iPhone hasn’t landed on that network. It has, however, signed with China Telecom and China Unicom to offer the iPhone.
Check out this video to see all that project glass can do!
Sebastian Thrun, Founder and head of Google X on his online University project called Udacity
Olsson included the photo (above) of a model wearing prescription Google Project Glass glasses.
As shown off in Google’s earlier video, the glasses will be voice controlled, and should let a wearer retrieve information from the Web and “layer” it on top of their view of the physical world around them, including real-time navigation directions that pop up in front of the user’s eyes.
Google wants the new device to give users the ability to record videos and snap photos of whatever they are looking at, listen to music, and participate in video conferencing as well.
One of my favorites. Incubus-Drive