Scientists have just figured out a way to create self-powering, human-controlled insects — and they could be used to spy on you.
Archive for December, 2008:
A Korean company’s getting ready to reveal its 3G-capable wrist cell phone, and there are plenty more futuristic and strange devices on the horizon. Get ready to see some unusual stuff.
Paying for your next computer may be more like feeding a parking meter than forking over a one-time chunk of cash. Ready to get a whiff of Microsoft’s new “Pay-As-You-Go Computing Experience”?
Those iconic red Elmo dolls are doing more than just giggling this holiday season. Thanks to a high-tech hack, the creatures are going into battle.
Call it one for the kids: An iPhone application developer has come up with a way to let you practice smoking on your cell phone. Yeah, this seems like a good idea…I can’t foresee any problems here.
Hey, money-hungry police forces across America: You know those oh-so-clever traffic light cameras you’ve installed? Looks like someone’s found a way to outsmart them — some teens, in fact, barely old enough to drive.
We’ve watched the world slowly expand to support America’s growing waistlines. Everything’s getting bigger, from hospital beds to ballpark seats — and now, it seems the world of tech is being forced to loosen its belt, too.
You look lost. At least, that’s what a new “smart” surveillance system tells me.