Skoog is an uber-cool, app-ready, hands-on musical cube that brings your creativity to life. Skoog sets the standard for tactile control and redefines the musical landscape for novices and experts alike.
During a famous scene in Star Wars, Princess Leia has R2D2 play a holographic video message in midair in which she pleads for help from Obi-Wan Kenobi. In the near future, smartphones and other mobile devices will have the ability to show something similar, according to David Fattal.
We’ve just wrapped up our live coverage here in Redmond, Washington where Microsoft held its Windows 10 press event. If you missed the two hours of announcements, here’s our recap in one handy list. As usual, click the links for full details of each story.
Google Street View has taken us to the ends of the world and back (in time). But now, its taking us where no Street View camera has taken us before—into the Arabian desert on the back of a 10-year-old camel named Raffia.
“Samsung Electronics has gone from smartphone model to basket case,” Aaron Back reports for The Wall Street Journal. “There could be worse to come.
Few people know that Microsoft offers a suggestion box for developers who build on its various platforms. As can be expected with any feedback site, sometimes things get out of hand.
Pencil is the coolest writing tool ever made for digital devices. It’s been precision engineered by fiftythree to be the most beautiful and usable way to get your ideas on (digital) paper. When used with their Paper app for iPad, Pencil utilizes some pretty cool functionality like blending and palm rejection, but it can also be used as a stylus on any other touchscreen device.