Dutch PC company Tulip Computers is showing off six prototype leather and fabric E-Go notebooks that it will bring to market in October. This multicolored leather-bound laptop has a cheerful, Summer of Love feel.
Inclosia Solutions has developed a process it calls the Exo overmolding process, which can be used to add fabrics, leather or metal to PC enclosures. Inclosia says fabrics won't peel off PCs and can be wrapped around curves and angles without leaving wrinkles.
Do you have an old tablet lying around your house? Repurpose it as a remote, a second screen or a digital photo frame.
by Lexy Savvidesby Celso Bulgatti
EFF speaks out on neo-Nazi site removal, Bill Gates gives away billions
In this week's wrap-up, the Electronic Frontier Foundation warns that companies booting websites could lead to greater problems in the future. Also, a filing shows that Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates donated $4.6 billion to charity.