It's one of the more out-there patents, and plans to tilt the handset mid-fall to protect the screen.
Catch up on your favorite manga series with a squid reader from Kodansha. Yep, it's just a fish tale.
Launched in 1962, the Floating Instrument Platform (FLIP) can sink itself on purpose and withstand heavy seas in a vertical position.
Image sensor makers are putting their best foot forward with a technique called backside illumination, and it's catching on. Also, Sony details BSI chips for phones.
This week brought us invisibility cloaks, pooping robots, and lots of free phones. We all like free stuff, right?
New Flipboard editorial director and Time Inc. vet Josh Quittner discusses how the popular social-magazine app for the iPad is upending the media landscape, shares his thoughts on his new role, and hints at when the iPhone version of Flipboard will arrive.
A co-pilot for All Nippon Airways mistakes the rudder trim button for the cockpit door lock switch. The plane goes almost belly up. Remarkably, no one is seriously hurt.
We've got the new Flip camera, Sony launches a virtual world for some unknown reason, and Google can tell you if you're going to succumb to swine flu.
This week's Ask Maggie offers some advice to Flip camera customers who are wondering what to do now that Cisco has canceled the product.
Time Warner wants you to pay for your broadband by the gig rather than in one flat monthly fee. The PS3 is the least environmentally friendly game console. There's a new Flip video camera on the market. And a software engineer creates a browser for his Autistic grandson.