More details about Panasonic's upcoming 3D camcorder, the app that helps iPhone 4 owners get a free case, hanging your iPad on the wall like a tiny TV, Bielefeld University's entry into the "robots that learn" field, Trey Ratcliff and AJ Wood will help your photos be their best, and the Royal Family can now be found on Flickr.
Check out yesterday's episode of TWiT for the entire discussion of Royals discovering social media, and lots of other great stuff, as well.
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A few more details have surfaced about Panasonic's 3D camcorder. It will be called the HDC-SDT750, will shoot 1080p at 60 frames per second and may be a refit of an existing model.
If you've been looking for a way to hang your iPad on a wall like a little flat screen TV, the Wallee might just fill the bill. It's a two-part device case and hanger that will get the iPad up off your desk.
People can learn, so why not robots? The Curious Robot project at Bielefeld University is a step in that direction.