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Sep 04

Dyson Robot Vacuum

There hasn’t been a lot of changes in robot vacuums over the last ten years, until now. Dyson’s new vacuum sports a 360 degree camera which it uses to determine reference points for where it is in the room. It has the suction tech Dyson vacuums are known for. It can also be controlled with …

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Mar 25

The Facebook Acquisition of Oculus Rift And Thinking Long Term

People’s first response has been “Why would Facebook buy Oculus Rift”? They see the current incarnation of Facebook and think, “What can you possibly do with VR on Facebook? Facebook is just a text interface! Are they just going to make VR Facebook games?” That’s really short term thinking. In order to make really ground …

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Mar 07

Demo of Senseg Haptic Feedback

Aug 30

Inkling by Wacom

This looks very, very cool. The biggest problem with this kind of tech before was that you needed special paper (with small grids, or dots) to have it work with your computer. This doesn’t. It lets you import your drawing as vectors, with layers, using regular paper.

Aug 27

Flexible e-paper in production


LG is putting 9.7-inch color and 19-inch flexible e-paper displays into production. Could this be what the future of digital books really is? It seems a little odd to me that it would be in a multi-page format, rather than a single page that changes. I thought at first it might be interesting to have …

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Oct 23

Sony 360 Degree 3D Display

Aug 03

Amazon Taking Preorders for Snow Leopard


Amazon is taking orders for Mac OS X version 10.6 Snow Leopard The upgrade is $29 for a single license, $49 for a five license pack.

Jul 17

Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet

This looks like it’s going to be great. Video Games | Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet | Exclusive Extended Trailer HD XBox 360 | Playstation 3 | Nintendo Wii

Mar 16

Sci Fi Channel Renaming itself — SyFy???

The Sci Fi Channel is renaming itself “SyFy”. Why give up on the TV brand “Sci Fi”? Dumb, dumb, dumb.

Mar 02

Microsoft’s Vision of Computing in the Future

Video: Future Vision Montage (via Engadget)

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