The US Patent and Trademark Office has just published a new patent application by Google related to its Project Glass. The patent hints at the many possible features of Google’s futuristic head mounted device.
If we are to trust the latest report from the Wall Street Journal, everything seems to be finally falling in place for Samsung’s flexible displays lately, so the latest “deadline” for the technology’s introduction might actually be met.
It was only last week when we got an update on OUYA’s development, ensuring us that the console is still on track for a March 2013 release, and now we have exciting news again. More development kits are up for pre-order on OUYA’s website, being expected to ship as soon as January 2013.
We have very exciting battles in the smartphone and tablet manufacturing areas, we have increased carrier competitions, as well as clashes in the display making department. But what about the manufacturing of mobile chips?
New patent applications reveal that Samsung may be working on a mind-controlled Google Glass-like device, and a new display technology that tracks eye-movement for control.
If anyone was to tell you three or four years ago that today’s high-end mobile devices would reach the point where quad-core processors inside would become standard, what would you have said? It seemed crazy, not to mention that less than a decade ago we probably didn’t even dream of multi-core CPUs altogether.
We’ve seen a lot of unusual concepts and prototypes over the years, but nothing looked as crazy as the ADzero smartphone shown off back in February. Crazy original we mean, because there was nothing to put us off at an organic, ultra-light and super-elegant phone made entirely out of bamboo.
With the already high stakes in the patent wars increasing by the day, the debates over what is true innovation are getting more confusing than ever, especially for regular users. Still, it’s not as difficult as one would think to invent, reinvent and push technology limits.
Although we like to say that technology has advanced to the point that it is now accessible to all people, regardless of race, gender, social or health status, the fact of the matter is that there are still some that can’t use a mobile phone to its full potential.
If you ever wondered how would an E Ink smartphone look like, we have some answers for you today. In short, it looks pretty cool yet kind of quirky, exciting, but limited.