Each week, we round up some of the most thoughtful comments from the CNET community. Here are some of this week's best.
This week, Donald's back in the studio, joined by Eric Franklin and Dong Ngo from CNET Labs. We ponder Japan's plans to turn the moon into a playground for robots, and tackle OLED displays that roll and vanish. Dong drops some knowledge on recent hard drive innovations and a waterproof case for his Flip Ultra HD. The iPad meets Velcro. And the hoverboard makes a comeback (kinda).
This week, Donald's back in the studio, joined by Eric Franklin and Dong Ngo from CNET Labs. We ponder Japan's plans to turn the moon into a playground for robots, and tackle OLED displays that roll and vanish.
Filmmaker Jesse Rosten demos a few of the many possibilities of using Velcro to affix the Apple iPad to things.
Coca-Cola designed to highlight the better grip of new bottles hook the viewer in with Velcro.
German university invents uber-Velcro, lifts tons, resists heat, chemicals.
A Madrid-based couple has created a series of tiles to add a cool, sound-deadening flair to any room. Arrange them right and they'll look like the side of a dragon.
Toshiba's April Fools' ode to overstuffed technology comes in the form of the fictional Digit product, gloves crammed with everything from a phone to a video game controller.
This year's Digital Dudz costumes turn your phone into a beating heart, spooky moving eyeball, gaping chest wound, or other cool animated showpiece.
The robotic suit, created by 3D Systems and EksoBionics, allows Amanda Boxtel, who was paralyzed in a skiing accident, to walk for the first time since 1992.