Banksy, the U.K. street artist who doesn’t shy from making commentary on social and technology issues with his graffiti street art, published a new sketch with a terrifying reminder that your iPhone has basically become a parasitic extension. banksy
Phree pen lets you write notes on ANY surface and appear on a phone
The pen just got SMART: Phree lets you make calls, shows mobile notifications and lets you write notes on ANY surface for them to appear on your phone [Futuristic Gadgets: http://futuristicnews.com/category/future-gadgets/]
nature weaving camping craft If you’ve been following Fun Crafts Kids for a while, you’ll know that we are really keen on the great outdoors and indeed, weaving, so this nature weaving camping craft really had us hooked! The desire to get our kids outside, and away from their mobile phones (if they are old enough…
The "Brick" cell phone. The first cellular phone was the culmination of efforts begun at Bell Labs, which first proposed the idea of a cellular system in 1947, and continued to petition the FCC for channels through the 1950s and 1960s, and research conducted at Motorola. In 1960, John F. Mitchell, an electrical engineer who graduated from the Illinois Institute of Technology, became Motorola's chief engineer for its mobile communication products. Model, circa mid-1970's.