We’ve seen e-ink displays before. We’ve seen flexible displays too, but this is the first time that we’ve really seen the two put together in the context of a smartphone concept. Scientists at Queen’s University in Ontario have come up with just that, and they call it the Paperphone.
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One of the major restrictions to the Bluetooth standard is that the connection is typically on a 1-to-1 basis. Such is not the case with Sennheiser BW900 Bluetooth headset. Recently approved by the FCC and announced by Sennheiser, the BW900 can actually pair itself with several components at the same time. What this means is […]
You know that one big leg up that the Microsoft Zune has on the Apple iPod? You know how you can beam over your favorite ditty to another Zune owner, all without the need for wires? Well, by tossing on the SnoopTunes attachment, you can now do the same with Apple’s glossy music player. The […]