Nedzad Mujcinovic – a student of Australian Monash University – has won the 2007 Dyson Student Aword with the concept of the eBook reader which he called Livre.
The key feature of this device is that it has no buttons at all. Instead of that touch sensitive screen mounted on the electronic paper display. You need to slide from one edge of the screen to another to turn the page. Just like usual paper book. Natural leather cover adds even more similarity.
Korean manufacturer Wibrain has announced the “lightened” entry-level UMPC Wibrain B1L (via AVING.network)
Continue reading Wibrain B1L affordable UMPC
Somebody dropped me a picture of this shiny macbookpro style toilet today:
Continue reading iToilets now and then
Prevent-It – Canadian organization fighting against a cruel and vicious practice of killing innocent white women with gigantic iPod earbuds – has ordered Toronto-based advertising agency DRAFTFCB to made a series of really scary (and I bet pretty efficient) ads.
Continue reading Scary workplace safety posters
Unknown Chinese electronics manufacturer Penchan has quietly rolled out digital camera that undoubtedly will shake the market and smash down the current kings of the hill – Canon and Nikon. While the best (and the most expensive) professional digital cameras barely reached the 24 megapixel frontier, Penchan camera exceeds the 5 terapixel limit – more than five million megapixels. Moreover, I’m sure it’s much cheaper than Canon or Nikon top DSLRs.
Well, of cause it’s not the real technology breakthrough. Just another example of Chinese marketing. But it could be a nice gift for professional photographer… or for kid.