Amazon's $200 Kindle Voyage e-reader is as good as it gets. We already told you that. But just how good is that new glass screen compared to the Paperwhite's plastic panel? You may (or may not!) be surprised at the difference.
Meet the Toyota Fun-Vii, a futuristic concept car that Toyota's president described as "a smartphone on four-wheels." Smartphone screens have certainly been growing, from 3.5-inches, to 4-inches, to 4.5-inches but holy crap, is this the logical conclusion?
It's hard to believe but that boat above is made entirely from trash. The trimaran was part of an eco-friendly boat competition sponsored by the National Geographic Channel in Taiwan.
Hitachi—the inventors of the IPS display technology used in the iPhone 4 and iPad—have developed a new capacitative touchscreen that allows for multitouch input with both fingers and synthetic, non-conductive materials like plastic pens or gloves.
Samsung is planning to launch a display with an AMOLED plastic panel on the universal board within two years. Why? Because by switching to the plastic panel, the AMOLED display would become unbreakable.
According to Jason, the Ruckstuhl Acoustic Panel "is just the thing you need in the library so you won't have to stare at the homeless guy beating off across from you." Well, I got news for you, Mr. Chen.
If eighteen-year-old Milan Karki doesn't turn out to be the next Tesla or Edison, then I'll chop off my locks. This kid invented a solar panel which uses human hair as a conductor and could solve an energy crisis.
A screening of the never-before-aired Felicia Day Dollhouse episode. Appearances by James Cameron and Peter Jackson. No Heroes panel. And now David Tennant is showing up. Could this be a San Diego Comic Con to go down in history?
The International Space Station is undergoing some crazy construction, adding not one but two 115-foot solar panel "wings." Even better, amateur astronomers can check out the progress on their own backyard telescopes.
Perhaps we've been projecting our love for Joshua Jackson onto the characters Olivia and Peter from Fringe a bit too much. At a NYCC roundtable, Joshua Jackson set us straight about love and X-Files.