Used to be that Windows users could admit the Mac was easy to use—they just complained there wasn't any software for the platform. Apple knew their weakness, too, so they endeavored to turn their developer tools into the envy of the industry. What they've created in the latest versions of Xcode and Interface Builder, two of the anchor apps in the Mac developer's kit, are an engineer's dream team.
LEGO has teamed with electronics designer Digital Blue to create a line of LEGO-inspired consumer electronics for creative kids and nostalgic adults alike. Announced earlier this year, the final product will be available this fall, and the line includes digital cameras (1.5 megapixel), walkie talkies, MP3 players, boom boxes and alarm clocks, and USB drives constructed of iconic LEGO components—but not actual bricks that you can snap apart.
Though Intel and Psion have kissed and made up over the trademark term "netbook," it doesn't matter. A new PC from Toshiba has finally killed the genre. It's dead and gone. Because the mini NB205 is the quintessential netbook.
"Why so definite about that?" you may ask. Well, just read the specs.