No encore is anticipated, as the iTunes alternative Songbird announces that it has run out of funding.
Sonte Film window coverings made from a special material that responds to electric current can go opaque or clear at the bidding of a smartphone app.
Keyboards continue their slow march to domination, overthrowing pens and pencils in schools across the nation.
At its Build conference, Microsoft sheds some light on the upcoming OS--the first to work on tablets with touch from the start and a potential game-changer. Also, the anti-Flash crowd and more iPhone 5 speculation.
Swiss company Empa has developed curtains that "swallow" noise. Their use could protect us from an endless supply of annoying sounds.
The statistics are starting to bear out the anecdotal evidence: Desktops are on their way out.
Green Warrior Shower Curtains slowly inflate around you while you shower, with the aim of trapping overly leisurely bathers. Claustrophobics need not apply.
If you're wondering whether the ink will fade after a hot bath, the company says it uses a sublimation process that fuses the ink into the fabric itself and is so lasting you can even throw the curtain into the washing machine for a spin.
YouTube has just unveiled their new centralized site for professional films, the YouTube Screening Room.
Behind-the-scenes at Sony