We Could Soon Be Ordering Food On Rubber-Coated Tablet Menus

A new mass-market service called E la Carte is now testing their tablet menu at twenty different restaurants around Boston and San Francisco. The tablets are specially rubber-coated, and won’t die out on you when you’re ordering because they’ve got day-long battery life. Sure, iPad menus have been done before! But these E la Carte tablets could be a better alternative for restaurant owners; they’re cheaper, more durable, and designed specifically for this purpose.


Cenabo Makes Gathering Office Lunch Orders A Breeze

Whether your planning an event or just ordering food for a large number of people, Cenabo is a webapp that helps facilitate this tedious task to save you some time.


Sony's Ultra Compact DSLR Concept May Have Touchscreen Menus

Sony’s been pretty tight-lipped about its ultra compact DSLR camera concept, but someone did share screenshots of what appears to be a rather nice menu system designed for a touchscreen. It looks like it’ll gives almost complete control to fingers.


Tweaked UI Spotted In Snow Leopard: More Changes To Come?

Despite having showed no changes to the OS X UI at WWDC, it looks like there are at least a few tweaks in the new test build. Could the minor changes spotted already indicate more are to come this fall?


Eating Like an Astronaut: Our Six-Course Space Food Taste Test

Eating is one of life’s most important activities, and the same applies in space. Every astronaut eats three times a day, and yesterday for lunch, Adam and I had space food. It was awesome.