Maker Faire: Build your own (not) Segway Video
Learn how this high school student did the Segway one better...by building his own self-balancing scooter!
CNET's Tom Merritt was on the sidelines for a game of Segway polo at the Maker Faire in San Mateo, Calif., on April 23. Isn't that Apple Computer's co-founder swinging the mallet?
We get taken to task today for our segues, which, we admit, can be quite forced sometimes. So, we show some examples of the good and the bad. We also have a Cooley rant about the new Segway minicar from a few weeks ago. And I suggest we go clubbing with baby seals, and Cooley and Natali threaten to kill me.
Segway gets shredded. Twitter, put down the mouse! Carrying an iPad actually could be more obnoxious. And a strategy for wetting your pants. Yeah, it's Buzz.
Want perfect color from your Nikon digital SLR? Then get familiar with setting something called the 'white balance' for better pictures.
Neha Tiwari hops on a Segway I-180 for the first time with the help of South Bay Segway. Watch her document the trials, tribulations, and victories of learning how to work one of these bad boys.
At Semicon West in San Francisco, Neha Tiwari hops on a Segway I-180 for the first time with the help of South Bay Segway. Watch her document the trials, tribulations and victories of learning how to work one of these bad boys. Read Neha's blog here.
Facebook launches a mini feed, Motley Crue rocks out on Rock Band, and a social network for segway owners. All 20 of you.
This prototype is supposedly the future of the urban automobile, but Brian Cooley isn't so sure.
Inventor Dean Kamen tells engineers at WinHEC in New Orleans what it takes to be innovative, explaining why risk and failure are necessary parts of the process.