Wacom has dominated the professional grade interactive pen display and digital drawing tablet markets for decades, but in a post iOS/Android world, its had more and more competition from increasingly capable tablets like the iPad (which has no built-in pressure-sensitivity) and the Windows Surface Pro (which currently supports pressure-sensitivity akin to Wacom products)
For decades, mankind has longed for cool exo-suits. In the 1960s, Tony Stark created one of the coolest fictional suits of high-tech armor ever. The Iron Man suit (and its many updated models) responds to brainwaves, increases strength, allows for flight and is equipped with electro-magnetic "repulsor blasts
We've taken a look at a few of the apps slated to hit the iPad this Saturday, but early reviews for the device seem to really be responding to the readily-available Marvel Comics application reportedly produced by ComiXology.
There've been plenty of novelty Marvel television sets over the years, but most were designed for kids and featured small screens and a general lack of technological sophistication. Aiming to tap today's flastscreen market, RTC23 has released a line of LCD and LED HDTVs stylized after Marvel's stable of superheroes.
Billing the line as the "Ultimate Comic Fan's Television," each TV features a Marvel-themed frame and a special graphic that appears onscreen while the unit powers on. Most every Marvel icon is present and accounted for including the Avengers' "big three" plus Wolverine and the FF. Spider-Man's missing, however, which I'll foolishly assume has something to do with Sony holding his movie rights or somethi