Thursday: August 11, 2011
- Before and after renderings of Apple's Fifth Avenue cube redesign.
The new Apple cube will sport only fifteen panes of glass as opposed to the previous use of a whopping ninety panes of glass. The cost of upgrading their iconic glass cube on Fifth Avenue? Just a mere $6.6 million bucks, which in reality is actually chump change for Apple. If you're interested in the technology behind how these giant peices of glass are actually made MacRumors points to this article over on ifoAppleStore.com.
Tuesday: March 9, 2010
- Sony to start selling 3D-capable televisions starting this June.
Included are two pairs of Sony's 3-D glasses, as well as a camera sensor on each unit that will adjust sound and picture quality based on viewers' positions. A remote control button enables the switch from a regular 2-D image to 3-D.
Monday: December 28, 2009
- Apple has gone ahead and ordered parts for their not-so-fabled tablet device.
According to DigiTimes, Foxconn's panel-making subsidiary Innolux will serve as the primary supplier of 10-inch panels for the forthcoming multi-touch device while Wintek -- Apple's primary iPhone display panel purveyor -- will be tasked with filling many of the remaining orders.
Friday: August 21, 2009
- New laser mouse from Logitech works on any surface.
So long, lolcat mousepad. Who am I kidding, I love this thing. Pew! Pew! Pew!
Friday: July 10, 2009
- 3D making a comeback at movie theaters, your video games are next.
'It's pretty fantastic,' said Cameron, during his E3 press conference about the game. 'You just stick your head into the monitor and the world wraps around you. It's the first time in a videogame that I was afraid when the hammerhead enemies attack. It's very frightening.'