Touchscreen-friendly gloves, technology for Superbowl fans, the future of big OLED displays, Google shows us Honeycomb, the Verizon iPhone sells out in 2 hours, and an airbrush for replacing skin on burn patients.
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Here's a neat answer for keeping hands warm while using a touchscreen. These gloves have finger tips that fold back to allow access to your device.
What's the next big step in really big displays? Mitsubishi is thinking OLED, as demonstrated in their new curved screen for public spaces.
The newest version of Android, also known as Honeycomb, was shown off at a Google event and you'll have a chance to get your hands on it as well when the LG Optimus Pad arrives around March.
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Thursday was the first day Verizon customers could pre-order the iPhone and it proved as popular as expected, selling out in two hours.