You will not believe who is the computer company that owns these amazing headquarters with a giant slide that connects two floor. A freaking slide for everyone to use! And a tabletop football room too. Google you say? Apple perhaps? Not even close. »
Sometimes I think the Europeans know how to live. In Vienna, Austria they've created a gigantic 5-story "hangout spot" complete with hammocks to sprawl out in. The best part is the view. It's a gigantic Tower of Boobs. »
Apparently the science of cocktail robotics was woefully neglected until some enterprising alkies created Roboexotica, a convention to celebrate cyber-assisted drunkenness. The action is taking place this weekend in Vienna, and from the looks of the opening night pictures, things are still as academic as they were when … »
Ross Lovegrove, designer of beautiful, yet useful, things, has teamed up with Artemide and Sharp Solar to produce these solar-powered street lamps that are to light up the Ringstrasse outside Vienna's Museum for Angewandte Kunste (that's the Museum for Applied Arts and Contemporary Art.) They'll be going up on a… »
With Vista just hitting shelves, Microsoft is already looking ahead to their next OS codenamed "Vienna", that is slated for a 2009 release. This from development VP Ben Fathi: »Hmmm...lots of tech speak going on there. Let's give the prototype Gizmodo Translator a whack at it: Ahhh, now it makes sense.
According to insiders, Microsoft has code-named its next version of Windows, calling it Fiji. So that's right, Fiji is the next version after Vista, and we're also hearing that after Fiji will be Vienna. »