I travelled to Antarctica in December on vacation with my family. I brought along my camera rig to shoot the glaciers, ice and penguins. We saw thousands of icebergs of course, but only one revealed its gorgeous underside — the 90% "below the surface" you hear so much about.
The motors inside LiveLuggage's ingenious power-assisted suitcase can turn a 65-pound load into something one-tenth of the size. With an anti-gravity handle and force sensors in the wheels, LiveLuggage is hack- and thief-proof and, once charged, the battery will run for a couple of hours. Costing $1,300, I'm tempted…
So I told you guys I was going to Korea and Japan. Well, there have been some changes. I'm skipping Korea and just doing Japan for two weeks. Why?
As you know, many electronics companies offer all-expenses-paid trips to journalists to go to Europe and Asia, touring factories and R&D facilities, meeting with executives and eating like kings. The trouble is, the trips are off-limits to the majority of tech reporters, for breach of obvious ethics guidelines.