Tom Murphy VII took every English word spoken in "Star Wars: A New Hope" and alphabetized them. Because why not?
A is for Ada Lovelace. B is for Buffy the Vampire Slayer. C is for C-3PO. A nerdy father makes alphabet blocks to teach his son his geeky ABCs.
Have you done your ABCs with Google lately? Autocomplete for single letters tells us a few things about what's on our minds and who's top dog from A to Z.
The MaKey MaKey Invention Kit enables nutty computer-connected creations like Playdough Super Mario controllers and water bucket Dance Dance Revolution triggers.
Samsung throws in every hot technology it can think of into the CL65 ultracompact point-and-shoot camera--DLNA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, geotagging, and a big, high-resolution touch screen that uses a gesture UI.
Cake pan designed to facilitate easy molding of alphabet letters could also be used to create one-of-a-kind cake mashups.
"Pro Tools" runs on the far-out lyrics and sci-fi grooves we've come to love. And, in a bit of irony, it's quite well edited. Download a free MP3 of "Alphabets" courtesy of CNET Download Music.
New advances in display technology, showcased at related confab, are moving high-definition television forward--and driving manufacturing costs down.
At this year's networking geekfest in Las Vegas, a lot of buzz will be focused on NAC and a plethora of other related acronyms.
Sony's prototype HDTVs at CES 2007 run the gamut of technologies from SXRD rear-projection set, to giant-screen LCD, to superthin OLED.