You might remember the prototypes that were shown off during TED 2009, but the crux of it is that they are “intelligent” cubes with displays that can interact with one another. Think of them in much the same way as traditional building blocks, except they’re all interconnected mini-computers. Sifteo calls it the world’s first Intelligent Play Platform.
I think Honda is tired of playing second fiddle to Toyota when it comes to environmentally-friendly vehicles coming out of the land of the rising sun. After all, the first car that most people think of when you mention the word “hybrid” is naturally the Toyota Prius and not the Civic Hybrid, despite significant efforts […]
Have you ever wondered what that little cylinder-shaped lump phone on many power cords, monitor cables, and other such devices is for? Is it just there to make us wonder what its for? Actually, it turns out that it does in fact serve a very real purpose.