Android is awesome and powerful, but it has, shall we say, a learning curve. That scares some people away. After all, iOS is so intuitive that babies can use it. Literally. But you're not a baby.
By loading software onto its vehicles through Wi-Fi, Ford expects to save millions. But this technology could be used to provide drivers the option of handpicking their car's features, much like apps do for smartphones.
In a Nokia-meets-LEGO fashion, French designer Clement Logereau has come up with a brilliant concept called "UNIK," which he's plastered with a Nokia logo to get attention. Look closer and you'll see it's comprised of 152 small, customizable squares.
As a consumer, there is nothing I like more than having the option to customize a product to fit my needs. Lecia is taking this concept to extreme levels with their new a la carte ordering system.
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Some gadgets are a work of art right out of the box, but for many people it is not enough to have the same beautiful piece of technology that everyone else has. So, they spend a little extra money to customize the product to their specific tastes. There are several ways to go about this, from custom paint jobs to skins
Thought you couldn't afford that phone covered with crystals? Well, if you're into the DIY approach, you can make your own. This kit from Smooth Talk International is called Bling, and each packet contains 300 individual, different-colored stick-on crystals and stones that you can use to create your own shiny piece of…