Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
The Anybots robot functions as a seeing and hearing personal avatar that can roll around the office as you operate it through a Web browser from your home.
Garmin's GPS-equipped handset does a great job of combining navigation and phone features.
This ambitious Augmented Reality search app can be very useful when used within its limitations.
Samsung releases two sparkling Android smartphones that are almost identical: The Vibrant on T-Mobile and the Captivate on AT&T.
If you have an Android phone and need a Wikipedia browsing app, then Wapedia by Taptu may be the right choice.
ReQall advertises itself as a voice-enabled, location-aware To-do app on steroids; however it disappoints with an awkward, complex user interface that lacks key functionality.
Some of the most elaborate motion simulators, super-expensive home theaters, do-it-yourself resources and a few affordable set ups for the thrifty gamer.
The future never arrives as planned, but these wild innovations will certainly keep things interesting.
This augmented-reality app is fun, useful for local search and just plain cool.