[Update: See the Doctor's link in the comments, looks like it's not Apple's fault after all]
Macenstein has talked to Oxford University Press about the Anti-War and Anti-President definitions in Apple’s Oxford Dictionary widget. It appears that a rogue dev at Apple snuck in some not so nice easter eggs.
Here’s just one example below. You can read the investigation over at Macenstein; while you’re there, check out April’s Mac Chick.
Xbox and PS have Guitar Hero 2 which comes with its guitar to play along and make your own music on your gaming console.
Welp, that’s nothing compared to this console that became a guitar.
Two very different applications depending on whether you prefer form or function.
Here we have ‘interactive seating’ based on Scrabble that provides a break for employees at the London offices of Bloomberg financial services.
[Found via Random Good Stuff]
Looks like Sun is getting into competition with Symbian, Microsoft and Linux in the mobile space.
Deviceforge.com is reporting that Sun has acquired the assets of SavaJe Technologies. SavaJE developed the OS from the kernel on up and is deployed to the Jasper S20 mobile phone which won ‘Device of the Show’ aware at last year’s JavaOne conference.
The SavaJe mobile platform is an open standards based Java platform and enables operators and handset OEMs to rapidly brand and customize the mobile phone.
Now this is my idea of a plasma tv – The Waterfall Plasma Television.
The one shown here would make a great demo machine if you plug in a DVD with your sales pitch. One application here that is to put it in your lobby, it’s sure to draw attention with the water cascading around the 42″ or 60″ plasma screen.
Check out the manufacturer’s site for more custom waterfall fountains.