There have been questions asked by those who scooped up a Nintendo DSi from stores and wanted more than just a camera and microphone-recording capabilites. The potential for these two cameras on the handheld was huge, but it wasn’t until I saw this video that my opinion was confirmed:
Technology lately has been continuing to impress. Mobile phone technology has come a long way from the brick-sized, lightning-rod antenna days.
Now we have phones that can practically run your life, and book a restaurant. They can also make phone calls, but who wants to do that when you can turn your phone into a fart machine or pint of lager?
Laptops the X+Y dimensions of an A5 piece of paper cost $100 for third-world countries, and games look so realistic, you’re utterly shocked when you see the comparison between real-life actors and their digital counterparts.
It got me thinking about times when technology really surprised me and got my imagination working overtime. Wireless technology has to be by far the technology that still amazes me. Soon cords will be a thing of the past. And what will we use as shoelaces once our headphones die?
A heads up for those of you with a PlayStation 3: You may be finding it difficult to log in to PlayStation Network today. It seems that the slim PS3 models (that’s the 120/250GB models) aren’t affected, but for those with older machines, Sony’s trying to iron out these issues for us.
Thanks to Randy over at PlayStationHome blog for the heads up.
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