Flash Updates

Every month, sometimes twice in a month Adobe sends out these updates for Flash and Acrobat. They never have any callback to their website to verify their authenticity. Ideally, a link should be included just to give the user the confidence. Frequent updates for anything in any case is annoying.

Is this the Future?

This is the result of TAT’s Open Innovation experiment. It is an experience video showing the future of screen technology with stretchable screens, transparent screens and e-ink displays, to name a few. Well actually I would expect more. For instance the Keyboard and Mouse sure look redundant with a display and touch sensitive table surface. [...]

Toshiba libretto® W100 Dual-Screen Laptop PC

Toshiba libretto® W100 Dual-Screen Laptop PC. Sometime back when the iPad popped out from Apple’s stable, I kind of wished something like this was offered by Apple instead of the current iPad. I think the iPad is beautiful but it’s just not really a useful device. The Liberto “looks like” it has its basics correct. [...]

Found this a few days back

Not very often that we see an intercity bus parked with its rear engine bay open to view, probably from overheating. But this was on a rainy day. Found this Volvo B7R city bus with it’s intestines in full view, snapped it up. Regret the cell phones lack of quality but the sprockets and belts [...]

Notion Ink’s Adam

Notion Ink Adam hands-on via Notion Ink Adam hands-on – SlashGear. Here’s another Tablet in the market, hitting it a wee bit before the iPad, sometime in December 2008. Since it’s a prototype the Adam’s casing here is not what the final design will be; in fact this was hand-made especially for showing the tablet at [...]

Short-Sight of Short URLs

Now a days we are flooded with a crowd of short URLs that inadvertently  find their way to Blogs, Posts and other such places. By nature, these URLs do not disclose the source of the content. However, once ported to a larger medium like a Blog or Forum, they need to disclose their final target. A need [...]