Solar-powered cars can step aside; PlanetSolar has unveiled the largest solar-powered boat in the world, and its owners have planned for it to set sail for its maiden voyage around the world in early 2011.
Flash seems to be a pretty contentious topic when it comes to mobile devices lately, and Adobe's latest decision seems unlikely to win them any new fans with Windows Mobile users. According to Adobe employee Antonio R Flores, the company has decided not to support Windows Mobile 6.5.3 or anything earlier with their upcoming Flash 10.1 for smartphones.
Its creators may not quite know what to do with the Apple TV, but over at Boxee there's no such confusion. The media center software has long been a popular hack for the Apple set-top box, but after the company launched their new beta recently the Apple TV was pretty much left out in the cold; now, though, there's a new way to install it that's even more straightforward than before.
Logitech have finally released their Squeezebox Radio Accessory Pack, which will finally allow users of the Squeezebox Radio to cut the power cord. The $49.99 kit includes an IR remote control and an internal rechargeable Li-Ion battery pack; Logitech reckon it's good enough for up to six hours of wireless playback from the WiFi radio.
There's nothing like an Apple rumor to bring the analysts out of the woodwork, and talk of the Cupertino company considering putting iPhone OS on other platforms and devices has prompted some interesting speculation. After a job advert was spotted earlier in the week for an engineering manager responsible for expanding iPhone OS' scope, we've already seen suggestions that they're planning 3D movie glasses, non-Apple hardware licensing and more.