VIDEO: Clip shot with Xperia Arc explains camera improvements with Xperia Arc in meta demo
Sony Ericsson's Xperia Arc handset was a mobile highlight of CES 2011, showing the company seemingly back on track when it comes to producing swish top-end smartphones. Among the mouth-watering list of features included is an impressive 8.1 MP…
Change your mobile phone's font with FlipFont
Okay – hands up, font geeks. This one’s for you. If you’ve had enough of watching Helvetica, and you’ve already told everyone you know about the Ban Comic Sans campaign, then you need something else to do with your time, right? How about fiddling with your phone’s font…?
Amazon launches brilliant "WindowShop" website
The value of a great interface is underrated. Many online shops look more like a spreadsheet than a pleasurable retail experience (I’m looking at you, iTunes). That’s why I’m really excited by a new front-end Amazon has created for their site, called WindowShop…
GALLERY: Alternative Android User Interfaces
The UI on T-Mobile’s G1 was designed by a Swedish company called The Astonishing Tribe, which is a great name. Better than “Symantec” or “McAfee”, or “Microsoft”, anyway. They’ve just released a bunch of UI also-rans, so you can see what could have been. They range from the functional, to the wacky, to the cute, to the very attractive. Click the very “functional” one below to start the gallery.
The Astonishing Tribe (via Gizmodo)
Play with the T-Mobile G1's interface before release
If you’re dying to have a play with the G1, but you’re not as lucky as Susi to have had a go just yet, then this might sate your compulsion, just a little. It’s an emulator for the G1…
Look, no hands! Eye-tracking World of Warcraft interface lets you grind mobs on sight
Researchers at the De Montford University, UK are developing a pioneering new eye-tracking system to enable users to control computers with out touching a keyboard or mouse.
The Eye-Gaze system works by reflecting infrared light from LEDs below the screen to track movement using infrared cameras. Kind of like reversed Wii Remote, in a way. Essentially this can track where you're looking at the screen to within 5mm.
LINDY launch two-port FireWire ExpressCard
Watch the iPhone interface running on a Pocket PC
Cor, I can't wait till the iPhone comes out, with its swizzy touch-screen interface, the like of which hasn't been seen on any mobile device ever before, ever. But hang on, what's this below? Some bloke's fiddled with their E-TEN…