Minority Report science adviser and inventor John Underkoffler demos g-speak -- the real-life version of the film's eye-popping, tai chi-meets-cyberspace computer interface. Is this how tomorrow's computers will be controlled?
A time lapse video tribute to London by Alex Silver (7,757 pictures)
Focus have published this great diagram, which I believe can help some of us understand what HTML5 is all about, where the web is heading and how ready our tools (browsers) are to cope with the new technology. The diagram covers Canvas and Video elements, as well as Geolocation and Offline web applications. On top of that, there is a table of modern browsers and their compatibility with HTML5 features.
Now that the iPhone 4 has been officially revealed and Steve Jobs has shown off all of the supposedly remarkable things it can do, we thought we’d cut through the hype and pit the new iPhone against its competition in the clearest way we know how: with an infographic.
The infographic below compares the latest wave of touchscreen smartphones head-to-head: the HTC Evo, the Droid Incredible and the Apple iPhone 4.
From the Evo’s giant screen, to the Droid’s removable battery, to the iPhone’s 300 hour standby time (advertised), see how the hottest phones stack up. Which of these phones would you rather own? Do you already have any of these phones or do you plan to get one? Let us know in the comments.
(Article from Mashable)