The iPad has been lacking image editing software since it’s birth. Up until recently it hasn’t had Photoshop. There was an attempt to fake it with Photoshop Express but quite honestly it felt like I’ve been tasking virgin Bloody Mary instead of the real deal. Photoshop Touch, which was available to Android users, finally hit the app market for iOS geeks.
Today’s topic is conventional typewriters turned into awesome unconventional gadgets that let you paint and drink your own word combinations.
No one does weird like Japan does weird. Here are some of the strangest inventions that are currently on the market place.
Testing the Streaming waters: why torrents still rule, Hulu sucks, Amazon Instant Video needs improvement and Netflix is getting old.
Let’s be honest, when Netflix announced that it would be changing pricing for the hybrid users like I am who like to stream their movies and use Blu-Ray player once in a great while, I was furious. I felt betrayed by the company who I’ve been with since almost the beginning. The 60% bump in a subscription plan was a ridiculous and ambitious slap in my face, which I didn’t take lightly. The arrogant letter from the CEO informed me that though Netflix understands the potential cancellations of the service from the existing customer base they are very cheery about meeting their goal of stuffing their pockets with a $1 billion in quarterly revenue. No special offers to current customers and no reduced package deals seemed cold like a boyfriend walking out on you on a Valentine’s Day.
Spray-on clothing sounds like the garb of the future but it’s already a reality at London’s Imperial College. Forget weaving and stitching clothes. A new material could be sprayed directly onto your body and have you ready to go out in minutes.