RIM tweets planned BlackBerry 7 unveiling

Research In Motion promises to give more details about devices featuring the BlackBerry 7 operating system tomorrow. RIM announced on its official Twitter feed that it would release details tomorrow of forthcoming devices featuring the company’s new operating system: You got it! New #BlackBerry devices are coming w/ our new OS, BlackBerry 7! Check back […]

Google Photovine – new photo-sharing social network

Google has begun rolling out a new social-networking photo service, dubbed Photovine. Though Google has said little publicly about Photovine, the service appears to be one in which consumers can take snaps from their phones and have them upload in a stream of pictures in the same way that tweets flow into Twitter. Presumably, if […]

Nokia unveils new typeface, Pure

Nokia Sans, one of the most familiar typefaces worldwide and a brand recognition money can’t buy, is about to become irrelevant. The world’s largest phone maker has unveiled a new font dubbed Nokia Pure for mobile and digital environments. “Logically enough, the starting point for our brand new typeface, Nokia Pure, was also on-screen legibility […]

Mozilla sets a date for Firefox 4

After 12 betas, 1 release candidate, and more than 10 months of work, Mozilla has determined that Firefox 4 is ready to join the competing high-wire acts of modernized browsers. The company has announced a release date of March 22. The current Firefox 4 release candidate is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. via Download.com.

Google Street View photography wins journalism accolades

A dog is seen flanked by two shadows in Google Street View in this image captured by photographer Michael Wolf. Photo by Michael Wolf Caption by James Martin via CNET News

Windows 98 and XP make sweet music

I thought I would start Tuesday off with some lighter fare. Some of you may have seen this, but there is a YouTube video of music composed using the start-up sounds from Windows XP and Windows 98. I’m sure it’s not the biggest challenge facing Vista, but it is a small example of people finding […]

BendDesk: Multi-touch on a Curved Display

BendDesk is a curved interactive surface that combines a horizontal and vertical multi-touch surface seamlessly with a curve. For more information: Visit http://hci.rwth-aachen.de/benddesk via CNET News

Google TV Remote, epic fail

If the remote to the right and the following review are to be the standard for Google TV, Google have missed the mark set by Apple in 2007 by a long way. Even Microsoft Media Centres remote was much better, it looks like the early webTVs and we all remember how successful they where! AppleTV […]