The single most clever motion picture I've seen this year wasn't Avatar—it was Logorama, an animated short fitting 2500 logos into a highly entertaining parody of corporate/consumer culture. (Watch it. You'll thank me when it wins an Oscar.)
Boy howdy! It is still early in the day and the rumormill is already churning. Bluetomorrow is reporting that the Motorola H5 Miniblue Bluetooth headset buttplug may be getting canned due audio quality issues.
When we're hiding in the bushes to try to take a few quick snaps of our neighbor in the shower, the one thing we wish our camera has is a bigger LCD. That way, we would be able to take less shots and get what we needed the first time.
I think we're going to take a page from BengalBoy and run our own cheesecake reviews of stuff. I can imagine it now—Intern Travis or Kangol Charlie in a bed, Speedo straining, and a ThunderDock glistening in their hands. What? No, come back. It won't happen. Sorry.
Moto showed a futuristic Bluetooth earpiece called the H5 Miniblue today. It's an in-ear speaker, about the diameter of a quarter, and it picks up your voice through your ear canal. It comes with a charging base that has a rechargeable battery inside. So you can plug in the base, charge it up, then unplug it and…
Motorola is showing off their tiny, in-ear headset at CES. The wee fella is about as big—and cute—as a button and doesn't have a strange boom mic hanging off of it to add to my "moron on the go" look.