The CX2 has the same 9.29Mp CMOS sensor as the CX1 we reviewed earlier this year, but its optical zoom has been upgraded from 7.1x to 10.7x, its burst-mode upped to 5fps, and its face-recognition and auto-focus have been improved.
Even if most high dynamic range photos on Flickr make you want to barf, it's still incredibly useful for creating images that match what the naked eye sees. The Ricoh CX1 does HDR images in-camera.
Cray's CX1 supercomputer looks oddly petite in its weird press shot, but we checked it out in person today, and it's actually like a small sarcophagus loaded with computer guts instead of actual guts. Unfortunately, it's still fairly early in the getting-going phase, so they don't have a lot of software running for…