(Credit: Lytro) (CBS) - The Lytro camera is an amazing piece of technology. It produces photos that can be manipulated in ways we never thought were possible before.
Early impressions of the camera are in and they are all claiming The Lytro will change photography forever.
(Credit: Lytro) (CBS) - We've been dying to see the Lytro camera since it was announced in June. Well, that day has come.
Simply called The Lytro, the camera produces what the company calls "living pictures." Basically, you can change the depth of field and shift focus on your photos after it's been taken.
(Credit: Compuware Corporation) (CBS) - Ever wonder if your Internet downtime is just the local cable company or a bigger issue? An interactive Internet health map can show if your state is experiencing connectivity problems.
The folks at technology performance company
put up a map that will show how well the world is connected. The map uses metrics like availability, response time or connect time.
(Credit: Velocity Micro/Amazon) (CBS) - In the world of handheld computing, it seems like the scale is from Kindle to the iPad. Everything else lies somewhere in the middle.
More affordable tablets, not eBook readers, like the
are beginning to surface. The tablet trend is here to stay, so we're glad this market is starting to open up. If you're looking for something that's available now, the
Cruz by Velocity Micro
is a good middle of the road tablet.
You may be asking, "Tablets and eBook readers: what's the diff?"
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(CBS) - Don't try to get an appointment at the Genius Bar this afternoon. Apple stores in the U.S. will close today so employees can watch a memorial for the company's co-founder Steve Jobs.
(CBS) - German filmmaker
used 4,001 Post-it notes to re-create an iconic photograph of Apple co-founder and tech legend Steve Jobs on a window at the Apple store in Munich.
We love Post-it art! And we love Steve Jobs, so combining those two things makes us warm and happy inside. Kopp and his team filmed the entire process of creating the towering image.
"Steve devoted his life to give us the most powerful devices ever available to an ordinary person. Lets honor him and his legacy by action," said Kopp about the YouTube video.
(Credit: Motorola) (CBS) - Motorola Mobility announced the Droid RAZR today - a smartphone they're calling "impossibly thin."
"Say hello to DROID #RAZR by Motorola: The world's thinnest 4G LTE smartphone. DROID strong. RAZR sharp,"
@Motorola tweeted today
My ears perked up immediately. Did they say RAZR? Yep.
(CBS) - Everyone's talking to Apple iPhone 4S's personal assistant Siri and posting their favorite exchanges. From witty banter to borderline insults, Siri has us fascinated.
While we've become lunatics who obsessively talk to electronic devices, Siri remains as cool as a cucumber.
(CBS) - American car maker
is getting hip to the tech game by making the Internet radio service
a standard feature.
Expect to see Pandora make an appearance in 2012 Verano, Regal and LaCrosse models. By 2013 all Buick models will feature the Internet radio.
(CBS) - We are fascinated by creepy robots, especially when the machines in question are built entirely from LEGOS and powered by a smartphone. Oh, and it can solve a Rubik's Cube in seconds.
They combined their knowledge to create a robot that beats the human record for solving a Rubik's Cube. You must watch the video to feel completely inadequate, but here's a clue as to how the CubeStormer II works.
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