The electronic version of Rubik’s Cube was a great addition to puzzle games. Now ThinkGeek presents you with the electronic cube puzzle game which is looks great and promises to be a good time pass. The puzzle game comprises of 4 cubes, each with a electronic display. Every puzzle cube comes up with a separate image, then you have to arrange all the cubes and join together to make the full image. Moreover, not only does it has images it also features words to make. Read more for the video of this electronic interactive cube puzzle game.
SONY is going all wild with the introduction of their new 65″ GXD-L65H1 LCD, making it totally water proof and freeze proof. All over the news of this launch is making people think that what really could be purpose of making such a LCD. Well all one can say is that, it is meant to attract the consumers from the ‘North Pole’. In my opinion i don’t find any usefulness of this Waterproof LCD, why would someone actually buy a $20,000 LCD just because it waterproof and cannot be frozen. I think SONY has gone a little too much out of the box !!.
Microsoft is for sure playing its part in the upcoming technology development scenario.Fugoo from Microsoft,tops the list as it is going to change the way we look at things.It can turn a simple photo-frame into something that shows up daily news etc or turn a alarm clock into something that will tell you if in how much time you need to get to your office.