Video shooting just gets better with technology, and the Japanese news giant NHK is responsible for the most recent development: the Balloon Camera created to take better aerial footage.
Function and design meet halfway in this one-of-a-kind Bottle Humidifier from a Seoul-based design group, who thought of having fun with boring gadgets through design.
Will a school of fish accept a robot fish as its leader? Seems impossible, but experiments at the New York Polytechnic Institute have revealed otherwise.
An Israeli company named Sky Sapience has created its own version of the Parrot AR, but this new rotocopter is aimed at military usage.
Using plaster to create 3D models of dinosaur skeletons might be a thing of the past.
The remote controlled toy car just got cooler with the new Nikko VaporizR. This device not only has a killer name, but also has some unique features.
Will pet owners compete with their dogs for the TV remote in the near future? Seems likely if DOGTV becomes a hit. It’s a new channel that aims to keep dogs entertained, like a digital dogsitter.
Dell has come up with a follow up of it’s Streak tablet, this time it’s a phone called the Dell Streak Pro GS01.
For PlayBook users who rely on Netflix for their dose of movies, it could be a long wait for Netflix to come out with an app that will support the BlackBerry platform.
If you’ve dropped by the Android Market recently, you’ll notice that Android has updated its Chrome mobile version. There’s no listed changelog though on what was exactly changed in the minor update.
A new iPad application has been created that enables you to transform your Apple tablet in too a fully blown Hi-Fi music system. The BeatBlaster application includes a number of great features including a player which allows you to control all your audio. Enabling you to switch from iPod to radio mode, adapt the volume, seek, adjust the equaliser, read lyrics or view artist details. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.
Earlier today we heard that Asus were rolling out the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update in the US, and not it looks like the update has also started rolling out here in the UK.
According to the guys over at Euro Droid, a number of their readers in the UK and Ireland have started receiving the Android 4.0 update for their original Transformer tablet.