Microsoft’s new Xbox One focuses heavily on entertainment center integration.
Ahhh, sometimes it’s wonderful when worlds collide. J. J. Abrams and Simon Pegg, director of and star of Abrams’ Star Trek films, respectively, here discuss the new Star Wars film that Abrams will be directing in the near future. It’s a fascinating look at two examples of shared fandom between franchises that have had a [...]
Taking cues from the eyes of arthropods, researchers at the University of Illinois have developed a camera sensor that mimics the working of the eyes of insects like flies, giving 180 degree field of views with no distortions and nearly limitless depth-of-field. The unique sensor features densely packed arrays of hemispherically arranged focusing lenses and miniaturized [...]
Google Now is available for iPad and iPhone, well, now. You won’t find it as a separate app though; it is an update to the existing Google Search app for iOS. Now users will find much of the same valuable information that Android users enjoy, though of course the Android experience is still a bit [...]
Amazon has launched its Send to Kindle service. It’s based on a service many Kindle users have had for years now, the ability to email documents to their Kindle for easy reading on the device. This new iteration allows you to send documents from all over the web or your desktop. Send to Kindle is [...]