The iPhone 'Next G' is Virtually Weightless in Your Palm "Designed by Samuel Lee Kwon, the iPhone ‘Next G’ redefines its current concrete counterpart. Though the new wrist-worn concept is tangible technology, the Apple gadget’s familiar touchscreen is projected onto the wearer’s palm."
Nixie: A wearable drone that flies off your wrist, takes photos from hard-to-reach places, and then comes back to you [Future Drones: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/drone/ Drones for Sale: http://futuristicshop.com/category/unmanned-aerial-vehicles-uav-for-sale-quadcopters-for-sale-drones-for-sale/ Wearable Electronics: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/wearable/]
Drones (and microdrones) have become a topic of public interest this year--there was even a Drone Day at SXSW this month--but we’ve yet to hear much about how they’re manufactured. An article in Scientific American this month describes how a group of Harvard Scientists are pioneering a method of building robotic bees..
The last we heard of the Power Mac G4 Cube—a computer everyone loved, but no one could quite figure out—was in a press release from 2001. Twelve years later, we've finally met its beautiful, brilliant, and not altogether sane successor.