A rumor round-up for the next iPad, Amazon patents a way to keep you from getting stuff you don't want, play World of Warcraft with your Kinect, a bike for getting down ski slopes, a simple trick to give your bike snow tires, and conductive pins to make any gloves touchscreen-friendly.
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Rumors are saying the next iPad will start shipping in late January and will have a greater emphasis on always-available connectivity.
Did you get some gifts this year that you could have done without? Amazon has a plan for a system to keep that from happening.
A new software adaptation called FAAST is allowing off-the-shelf PC programs to be run with the Kinect sensor. The test case for this is World of Warcraft, and it looks pretty good.
Are you short of time to sit down and actually read a book? Why not try Audible, and listen to a great book while you're on the go? Just go to audiblepodcast.com/GEEKBEAT and you'll be able to start off with a free audiobook!
If zooming down the slopes on a pair of skis is getting old for you, maybe you'll consider this ski-equipped bike.
Is snow starting to make cycling on your non-ski-equipped bike hazardous? This DIY solution that uses zip ties could give you better traction.