Losing things is a pain, partly because you spend so much time looking for them. A new technology called Pixie is trying to solve that problem, and even make tracking down your misplaced valuables kinda fun, by turning them into a connected network you can search with an augmented reality interface.
For all the promises that "Smart TVs" make, they aren't really all that smart. Generally, they're just TVs with glorified streaming boxes built into them, plus a few unwieldy bells and whistles nobody wants or uses. So when a smart TV app comes along that actually looks cool, it's pretty shocking.
The Classic Palm OS emulator for the Pre could come in handy if there's no WebOS-native alternative to apps you've long used on your Treo or Centro. And version 2.0 has added HotSync support, full-screen mode, and a "ClassicApps" bundle.
According to Digital Daily, Palm's next WebOS phone, the Eos (aka "Pixie"), will probably drop sometime in 2010—refuting earlier rumors that it would launch before the holidays.
Even if we could read Japanese, we'd still be boggled at what the hell this Communication Flower is for. From what we've pieced together through the powers of Google translator and a spirit medium, the Communication Flower consists of two people—one human and one pixie—which combine together to tell you what your…