The virtual dressing room has been a bit player in movies as futuristic as Minority Report and as mundane as Clueless, but it hasn't come to your living room — at least not yet. But one company is developing a virtual dressing room that should work with a webcam or Kinect.
The image mockup is from a person who claims "hands-on time," but the rumor is all Nokia/Verizon Wireless: A swiveling phone could arrive just in time to get creamed by a new iPhone this summer.
A new patent from Nokia shows a pretty interesting new design: a full widescreen that can swivel behind a QWERTY keyboard so only half the screen is visible.
The Samsung SGH-X830 and SCH-U470 cellphones are Samsung's weird swivel phones with the weird dual column keys that we never thought would make it anywhere outside of Korea. But Phone Arena is saying that Verizon—a Korean cellphone manufacturer-friendly provider if we ever saw one—will be bringing the phone sometime…
Nothing tickles me pink more than a small, cute and efficient device. Save space, and USB ports on your desk with this miniature USB hub and card reader. Each USB port can swivel outwards up to 90 degrees. The entire shebang is even small enough to throw in a laptop or accessory bag. $18.
Shown off at CEATEC, these two Concept Tablet PCs look like something even sexier than MacBooks and MacBook Pros. First there's the Turn Tablet PC, which is a large PC with a magnetic screen and a stylus that runs Windows XP Tablet PC Edition. It includes a standard keyboard and touch-pad, with a slot-loading DVD…