From the sounds of it, Google is ramping up to launch a cell phone. The image below shows what it definitely won't look like:
... though people can wish.
The gPhone, as it's been dubbed, might prove to be very interesting, however.
LG Philips has developed a new flexible display technology using the natural separation of oil and water to display the pixels. Much of the research we do at the Human Media Lab is based on the eventual existence of displays that can conform to physical objects; it looks like that reality is quickly approaching.
There are few areas in the world of technology that offer as wide a range of interaction paradigms and techniques as the world of video games. From arcade joysticks to the iconic NES controller, to the Wii's motion- and direction-sensing remote, every system has its own interaction units (e.g. button presses, direction pad movements, and arm swings). For any given game, game developers must create a vocabulary from these units and teach it to the player. Read more after the jump...
CBC Newsworld TV Business News 6-7-2007