Google Unveils New Watch Faces for Android Wear (December 10, 2014): Google has unveiled new watch faces for Android Wear. The watch designs are powered by the Watch Face API
Israeli Company Develops Pocket-sized Molecular Sensor (May 18, 2014): An Israeli company has developed a pocket-sized molecular sensor that can be used to identify objects. The data is sent to your smartphone.
ViewSonic Launches 70-Inch Interactive Display (April 26, 2014): ViewSonic has started shipping a 70-inch interactive, six-point touch smart display board.
Target Reveals Some Black Friday Deals Through Facebook Memory Match Game (November 9, 2013): Target has shared some Black Friday deals through a Memory Match game on its Facebook page.
E Ink Introduces Carta, Latest Version of its Electronic Ink Display (September 25, 2013): E Ink has unveiled Carta, the latest version of its electronic ink display. The technology is used for digialt signage, ebooks and other displays.
Squito is a Throwable Panoramic Camera (July 15, 2013): Squito is a throwable camera that records 360 degree panoramic video and high-resolution images.
3M Debuts 46-inch Multi-Touch Display (July 4, 2013): 3M debuts 46-inch multi-touch display. Can track up to 60 simultaneous touches.
1 GHz BeagleBone Black Linux Computer Costs $45 (April 24, 2013): BeagleBoard has launched 1 Ghz BeagleBone Black Linux computer that it is selling for $45. The computer has 2GB of storage and a USB cable.
Getac Launches Rugged Android Tablet (September 6, 2012): Getac has launched the 7-inch Getac Z710.
Weird Little Camera Lets You Take Photographs by Framing Them With Your Hands (March 28, 2012): Japan's Institute of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences has created an unusual camera that lets you take photographs with your hands.
NMA Animates Google's Big Motorola Acquisition (August 18, 2011): The expert animators at Taiwanese Next Media Animation (NMA) have animated the Google Motorola deal.
Apple iPad Will Not Read Flash (January 31, 2010): Apple's iPad promises an amazing web surfing experience but there is a major downside that makes the surfing experience less amazing: no Flash.
iTwinge: Keyboard Sleeve for iPhone (September 18, 2009): iTwinge is a real QWERTY physical keyboard that appears to fit on the iPhone like a sleeve.
Strange Gel Remote is Weird and Pointless (June 20, 2009): This weird thing is called a gel remote.
Andy Jordan Discusses Zune's Z2K9 Issues (January 3, 2009): The recent Zune meltdown had many 30GB Zune owners in a panicked state.
Android May Sell 400,000 Units in 4th Quarter (September 24, 2008): Geeks and app developers are excited about the launched of T-Mobile's Google Android powered phone.
Apple Rapidly Sells 3 Million iPhones (August 13, 2008): Fortune is reporting that Apple has quickly sold 3 million of the new iPhones.
Microsoft Surface Sphere Would Make Cool Interactive Globes (August 12, 2008): This is new product from Microsoft Research.
Best Buy Vending Machine at DFW Airport (August 7, 2008): The Dallas Morning News' Aviation Blog says the above Best Buy product dispensers were spotted at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Aiport.
MacBook Touch or Apple Tablet Next From Apple? (July 30, 2008): MacDailyNews recently posted a rumor about a MacBook Touch as an Apple secret product.