A group of mechanical engineers at Columbia University have produced the world's tiniest FM radio transmitter. At its heart is a micrometer-sized oscillator powered by one-atom-thick graphene. But more than serving as a lilliputian proof of concept for tiny broadcasting equipment, this could help revolutionize…
I really want to believe that this comically tiny computer actually works. It's so ridiculous: a mouse smaller than a fingernail, power cords as thin as hair, a monitor smaller than my thumb and the PC tower still boots up?
Have you heard? The new shuffle speaks! Which reminds me of the 1984 Mac launch, where the computer became the first talking Apple device, ever.
See that on the left of Derek? That's an invite to the NY event, May 15th, 10 a.m., where Motorola saves its ass by unveiling something radically new by way of an iPhone-battling video focused device.