A new line of laptops could add another sense into the computing experience. Do you smell what we smell?
Archive for August, 2008:
Please be aware that TechCult might be pornographic — at least, if you follow the obscenity standards a “family friendly” foundation wants to apply to the Internet.
Normal dating may have its downsides, but at least you don’t regularly encounter crazy wenches who duct tape their dogs to your bathtub…then threaten you with BBs.
You know that annoying tool who talks so loudly on his cell phone that you can hear him half a county away? Yeah…get ready to deal with that on your next flight. Someone’s found a backdoor hack that lets you make calls from the oh-so-friendly skies.
In how-not-to-handle-sensitive-data news, the UK government is bracing for a week full of fallout after it kinda, well, misplaced a database of its entire prisoner population. Whoops.
How far would you go for a few minutes of free Wi-Fi? A new survey released this week shows people are willing to go to some pretty great lengths to get online on-the-move.
Technology’s been changing the face of education for years, but a new movement being tested in Australia may be the most radical shift yet.
Test time: How do you piss off 100,000 students with a single keystroke?