Problem: Cold weather necessitates winter gloves, which keep you from fawning your favorite touchscreen gadgets as you numbly stumble to and fro. Solution: Digits. A $14 set of four conductive pins that you can easily attach to any gloves' fingertips.
At this point, we've seen all sorts of crazy ideas for fixing the iPhone 4's antenna problems, from strapping it with a rubberband to covering it with nail polish. Steve Wozniak's solution: just carry another phone.
If SimCity introduced legions of gamers to the world of urban planning, then IBM's upcoming CityOne game looks to take that education to the next level. With real-time water management, microlending, and smartgrids, will there be any room for fun?
True story: As a child, if my taco fell apart mid-meal, I would start crying. In case you hadn't pieced it together by now, I was a fat child.
While AT&T terms of service don't allow customers to use their 3G internet to provide voice over IP, iPhone users could still save minutes utilizing VoIP over Wi-Fi. And a company named Global IP Solutions plans to release a VoIP software development kit for the iPhone that will not only allow developers to more…