Yes, there will be alcohol booths and smoking zones at the venue.
"The teacher tried to take my phone without realising it was surgically attached to my body."
Are you smart with your phone?
Plus 8 horrifying texts from online dates, Sony patents the "smart wig," and five superhero movies that need to be made ASAP.
One line in "Pour Some Sugar On Me" accurately predicted the world we live in today.
Short answer: The accelerometer. Longer answer that actually tells you the meat: EngineerGuyVideo breaks down a smartphone and both shows you and explains why this is the case.
This is all real, no film trickery, post-production or hidden cuts — Peter's just a very clever elephant.
Trevor Prideaux had a genius idea: why not have his smart phone built into his prosthetic arm? So with that, he had it done, and was the first ever do so. The rest as they say is history!
Lily is blind after needing to have her eyes removed because of an incurable disease. Since the surgery, her buddy Madison has been acting as Lily's guide dog. With a leash, barks and nudges, Madison looks after her companion.
When it comes to cell phone use, it seems that our manners go out the door. Click to enlarge.
The phones of the phuture.
There are plenty of iPhone accessories to choose from, but choose wisely, because some of these are just astoundingly weird and/or disturbing.
I'd trade every message on this list for the one thing I know I'll never get...
And if you divide it up by electoral college votes the iPhone totally pulls a Gore in 2000.
I'm not really sure this is all that practical, unless, of course, you enjoy eating your popcorn four kernals at a time, then this might be the app of your dreams.
This picture makes me want to kick the internet in the face. That is all.
Wanna’ spell out oh-I-see-what-you-did-there type messages on your iPhone? There’s an app for that — well, actually it’s more like a few apps.
The "hybrid smart phone," will incorporate a visible, fully-functional kinetic rotor that will apparently assist in providing power, just like you might find in a mechanical wristwatch.