• Apple Updates Final Cut Pro X, Motion, Compressor And MainStage Pro Apps

    In what is surely a release timed (at least partially) to reassure pro users that Apple is still paying attention to them, the company has released updates to its Final Cut Pro X, Motion, Compressor and MainStage apps. Earlier today, Apple announced that it was discontinuing Aperture, its pro photo editing app, in favor of the Photos app in the upcoming OS X Yosemite release. Read More

  • The Implications Of The Interface That Watches You

    The Implications Of The Interface That Watches You

    This coming week, we’re likely to get a peek at Samsung’s next generation Galaxy flagship smartphone, and by most accounts, it’ll have an auto-scrolling feature that can use head movement cues to detect when you’re paying attention to what’s on the small screen, and when you look away. There’s no word on just how specific it will be, but others are prepping… Read More

  • Orange Adding Motion Controls To New Livebox Play TV Set-Top Box Beginning In February, Thanks To Movea

    Orange Adding Motion Controls To New Livebox Play TV Set-Top Box Beginning In February, Thanks To Movea

    Motion control, ever since you were introduced in a relatively usable and broadly accessible form with the Wii Remote, the public has had a bit of a crush on you. Recently, that crush has turned into a full-fledged infatuation, and now Orange is bringing motion control to its Livebox Play TV service in France via Movia’s gesture-based tech and a motion-sensitive remote. Read More

  • The Top Ten Groundbreaking Slates

    Tomorrow is a big day. Apple will be revealing a brand new product to the masses. While we don’t know what it will be called, we’re quite certain Jobs will be unveiling the much-anticipated Apple Tablet. While the Apple Tablet may very well revolutionize the tablet industry–as their previous products have done many times before–it wouldn’t be where it is without… Read More

  • Motion LE1700 slate: Slightly durable

    Motion, for some reason, is still making tablets. Their latest, the LE1700, is a semi-rugged model with low voltage U7500 processor, 1400×1050 pixel display, and a 65GB solid state drive. The tablets start at $1,9999 and run Windows Vista. It’s imed at construction works, policemen, bikers, and Native-Americans who need something svelte, sexy, and flat to do their computing on. You… Read More

  • Viva La e-Revolution!

    First reported in the blogosphere last November, the speaker allows the user to adjust volume or tune the built-in FM radio simply by moving their hand within the vicinity of the device. The 10-inch tall gadget features two 0.7-watt speakers that can be powered with batteries, AC or USB. The speaker also displays three colorful background lights. The e-Revolution Motion Speaker is now… Read More