Lately, the film Minority Report seems so passé. How quickly we take amazing tech for granted. For example, Samsung has just unveiled something many of us probably (unfairly) feel is overdue, the equivalent of an iPad on every window in your home.
Like the boring old picture frame and the greeting card, the trading card is getting an upgrade. Panini's new cards will sport a small screen for video playback and 2GB of USB flash storage. These are not the trading cards you remember from your childhood days.
Ladies and gents, a new wave of mobile displays is upon us — ones with resolutions that rival an HDTV's. Ortus Technology has what it claims is the world's smallest full HD 1080p 4.8-inch display boasting a 1920x1080 resolution. That Retina Display in the iPhone 4 now looks kind of crummy, doesn't it?
Sending a paper card is like trying to get you to send snail mail to your pen pal in France. The time has come for boring old paper cards to be replaced with "TV in a Card" — a cardboard case with a 4.3-inch LCD for sharing videos with that special someone.
Over the last couple of years we've had glimpses of transparent displays, but they were always presented next to little white cards with the word "concept" stamped on. Well, Samsung just made transparent displays a little more real by announcing that mass production for them has already begun.
And you thought the iPhone 4's 960 x 640 Retina Display was sweet. Hitachi's new 4.5-inch IPS LCD for smartphones has even more pixels than you could possibly need in a mobile device.
The darker sunglasses are, the better they work on the sun, and the worse they work on everything else you're trying to see. Now, the ancient and mystical art of holding your hand up to protect your eyes has been modernized and stuffed into a pair of shades.
Upping the stakes in the race to automate every human into unemployment, Japan's Gourmet Navigator has just introduced a series of restaurant finder touch screen kiosks at Tokyo's major train stations.
Kent Displays has been working on its no-power reflex LCD for a while now, but now the company has sprouted a new arm — Improv Electronics — and that arm is clutching the new Boogie Board LCD Writing Tablet. It's...
The highlight of Sharp's CES announcements was the introduction of QuadPixel technology to the company's Aquos LCD panels. What the hell is QuadPixel? Basically it adds a "Y" (for yellow) pixel to the RGB pixels in every picture element. The...