We all know most products in our home will be connected to the internet. It’s only a matter of time. Surprisingly a scale is one of the first products commercially available and not the smart refrigerator that automatically creates your shopping list.
This scale is WiFi enabled and automatically registers weight, fat and BMI calculation. For more information visit withings.com
Google infomercial explaining the noise canceling functionality in the Nexus One. The noise canceling uses 2-microphones enabling better call quality when confronted with a lot of surrounding noise.
ps: has iPhone & apple in general not always been about hardware and software integration…
As Charles Caleb Colton wrote: “Imitation is the sincerest of flattery”. Therefore RIM & Apple should be flattered with the release of the F006 (a Blackberry 9500, iPhone and TV combined in to one device). Apparently the Chinese <FLY YING> obtained the “right-to-copy”, as the “Modell F006” features a Blackberry 9500-looking hardware design and a iPhone-looking interface design.
New version of foursquare (iPhone App) is no longer limited to Amsterdam & London in Europe. Will be interesting to see whether they can still close the gap with Gowalla
Lego launched an iPhone application to lego-lize your images, maybe inspired by the opening and closing titles of the LegoMatrix. Functionality is still limited but you never know what the future will bring. (Get the app)
Example of a Lego-lized image: google homepage
Take a look at the logo board technology powering the LegoMatrix.
Apparently this place (Frituur ‘t Spieke) has been listed in the lonely planet guide: “Brussels, Bruges, Antwerp & Ghent Encounter”