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Luminarie Cagna cathedral lighted up by 55,000 colored LEDs

02/01/2012, There are some of us who go to places of worship and are enlightened, so to speak, by the message we heard, or songs that we sung. Well, if you want to be enlightened in a different manner, then make sure you head down to the Luminarie Cagna cathedral...

Tokyo train station ad has eyes that follow you

02/01/2012, One of the busiest train stations in Japan is located in Shinagawa, and that is where an interesting Minority Report style advertisement has generated quite a buzz. In this ad, the main character featured is part of a Suntory advertisement for black...

Mint (finally) lands on Android Tablets

02/01/2012, Mint, the acclaimed personal finance tool, is now available on Android tablets, in addition to the iPad. According to Intuit, the company behind Mint, Android has become a must-have platform as 40% of tablets are expected to be running on Android in the...

LEGO Moleskine notebooks

01/31/2012, You cannot go wrong with bricks – they are the building blocks that you see all around us, so much so that even €1.4 billion worth of shredded currency can build you a home. There seems to be a universal love for LEGO, not to mention the strange...

Nerf gun gets the steampunk treatment

01/31/2012, Steampunk fans out there, how about adding another steampunk inspired Nerf gun to your collection? A while back we reported on a steampunk inspired Nerf gun, but if that was a little too big or too pricey for your taste, how about checking out a smaller...

SoftKinetic and Intel work on new advertising method

01/30/2012, SoftKinetic and Intel have joined forces to work on a new kind of advertising, using its gesture-control technology alongside Intel’s video analytics expertise. The whole idea behind this synergy would be to have ordinary folks like you and I walk up to...

Spoka lamp from IKEA is smartphone-controlled

01/30/2012, The smartphone of today comes with its fair share of apps that allows it to control TVs and function as a universal remote control around the home, but who would have thought that it can also control a lamp? Of course, this is no ordinary lamp that you...

Icarus revisited

01/30/2012, Humans must have looked up at the birds of yore, and wished that they, too, could one day traverse the skies. Fast forward to the 21st century and you have all sorts of machinations and contraptions that can ferry a large number of humans from one place...

SOPA Protest Day: the largest digital protest ever (infographic)

01/30/2012, On January 18th, it was hard to miss what was the largest (digital) protest in world’s history as millions of people, and the largest internet companies stood up against the proposes SOPA and PIPA laws (watch the 5mn “what is SOPA” video...

Panasonic WiGig wireless SD card demonstrated on video

01/30/2012, It’s been awhile since the WiGig wireless communications technology was announced, but we finally get to see it being used in a product (to be more specific – prototype). The folks over at Panasonic recently came up with an SD card that supports...

Rubinstein bids HP goodbye

01/29/2012, Jon Rubinstein is a name that is famous among the consumer electronics industry, where he is famously known for developing the original iPod for Apple as well as being the CEO behind Palm, where we did see him in action before as he took to the stage at...

Thailand embraces Twitter’s censorship move

01/29/2012, The kingdom of Thailand is the first country in the world that has agreed to Twitter’s recent controversial move that allows certain countries to censor tweets, and the Thai authorities have also done their bit to endorse this new policy in a public...