Nissan Urge Video
The Pentax Optio MX blurs the line between digital cameras and camcorders by offering moderate-quality photos and video recordings.
Opera blurs the line between television and the Web as it debuts a TV-based app store.
Just about everyone who has a smartphone knows about Rovio's Angry Birds, Rovio released Angry Birds Space, a game that takes the same winning concept, but adds an entirely outer space environment.
How does Nissan play the pocket rocket game differently?
Dell's popular Mini 10 is the most customizable Netbook we've seen. Adding extras such as a higher-resolution screen makes it more useful, but also blurs the price line between Netbooks and mainstream laptops.
This week, we check out some new ultrabook laptops that are blurring the definition of this growing category, then David Carnoy shows off his favorite iPad 3 cases, and we close with some hands-on tips for playing the incredibly popular tablet game Draw Something.
Nissan's goofy-looking mini crossover is fun to drive and has enough tech to acquit itself.
Bedouin Soundclash is rockin' on the street in this fun video. Bedouin Soundclash has emerged in the past two years as a young group refusing to be classified, while blurring the lines of reggae and rock.
On view at the 2006 Geneva Car Show, the Nissan Terranaut Concept car is an over-the-top, futuristic SUV.
When the Constantines headlined the Sub Pop showcase at the 2004 SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas; the band's show concluded with them standing on the speaker stacks clapping and keeping time for the audience as the room sang the band's recent set closer (Lou Reed's "Temporary Thing") back at them. This scene lasted a full five minutes, five minutes of finale without the band playing a single note and thus the increasingly impatient promoters, fearful of running over their strict Texan curfew, couldn't even unplug the band to get them off the stage. But then the purpose of the stage is constantly called into question at Constantines shows. Bryan and Steve will regularly move their mic stands into the crowd and Doug frequently hands out percussion to the faithful gathered together near the band. The greatest rock and roll is always transformative, a concept that the Constantines grasped from their inception and one which was so readily on display at this show. The boundary between band and crowd is blurred; inhibitions are lost, along with voices, and ultimately you feel more alive than you did before the band took the stage, before you stopped noticing the stage.