According to Google’s Sergey Brin, smartphones are emasculating. But, apparently, swiping the side of your head repeatedly to do smartphone things is not.
I think I cracked the nut: Samsung rips off Apple because, when it doesn’t, it produces stuff like this. via The Verge
A third of the world gives up mobile phones and notebooks for internet implants. What could possibly go wrong? This is a new web series from John Cabrera (of Gilmore Girls), powered by Warner Brothers, with an ambitious format: 48 … Read more →
via Camera Plus Pro
I can’t wait to practice parallel parking one of these bad boys. And yes, for those of you who, like me, don’t have Flash installed: I’m still just as annoyed that Kickstarter doesn’t do HTML5 video yet.
Great video from Google about its new Nexus 7 tablet. Personal and real, with executives looking relaxed and the Nexus 7 being used in a bunch of real-world scenarios. No flashy graphics, no special agents repelling down from a ceiling … Read more →
Apple’s WWDC 2012 keynote video is up Guess I’ll find out whether Pocket can properly serve up Apple keynote videos.
Slow-motion highlights at 2500 frames per second from some of the most atypical scenarios, courtesy of Danish TV show Dumt & Farligt. via The Next Web
camh: If you watch one thing today, make it this. ZeFrank is back. Deliciously, delightfully back.