Tuesday Top Ten: Reviews of the Firefox 2.0 web browser

Apparently more than two million people downloaded the Firefox 2.0 browser in the first 24 hours after it was officially released. But if you're not one of them, you're probably wondering whether it's worth getting. Plenty of people on the…

Robot vehicle goes up stairs, over bridge of freaks

The fellas at Boing Boing are wondering if anybody knows what this robot vehicle sighted in Japan is exactly. Apparently it can climb curbs and stairs, and navigate crowds, so well that the occupant seemed relatively blasé about his…

Power Aware Glowing Cable

Instead of the same old rubberized black power cable, the Power Aware Cord pulses brighter and brighter as you draw more electricity.  Developed by Anton Gustafsson and Magnus Gyllenswärd for STATIC!, the idea is to draw attention to not…

One Minute Preview: Navman N Series

We wrote about the launch of the new N Series of Navman GPS products here a little while ago. And to celebrate the launch, they took me on a trip round London Town to discover all the best bits of…

DocuPen RC800 promises fast, full-page colour scanning

There are plenty of options for scanning content at your PC but the options become trickier when you're on the move and want to scan a number of pages into a machine-readable format. Enter the DocuPen RC800, a handheld…

Microsoft to offer Office Live UK beta from November 15th

Microsoft have been beta testing their Office Live suite of web hosting and business tools in the US for a while now, and whilst they're ready to shift to a fully working version on November 15th, other selected countries including…