This Week in GeekTech: iPhone 4 Fun, Robotic Legs, and Bathroom Tech (Say What?)

This Week in GeekTech is back after a couple weeks of hiatus, and there's plenty to talk about this week, from the iPhone 4 to bathroom tech (yes, that's right, bathroom tech) to robotic legs that could let paraplegics walk again. Let's dive into this week's epic nerdery...

Home Tech: Award-Winning Digital Sink and Bath Saves Water and Time

What's that? Tech doesn't belong in the bathroom, you say? Tell that to some of this year's winners of the Red Dot Design Awards. Joey Samaniego takes a closer look at some of the award winners in the bathroom design category, including a...touchscreen faucet? Read on...

More iPhone 4 News (Sick of it Yet?)

Lots of iNews this week! Before Apple announced its Friday press conference, we examined the iPhone 4 "death grip" issue, and wondered whether a recall is in order. In other news, Apple seeded a beta of iOS 4.1 to iPhone developers for their testing enjoyment. And in still other news, somewhere, somehow, the iPhone Dev Team crew managed to unlock the iPhone 4.

Robotic Legs Let Wheelchair Users Walk Again

Gadgets are great, but it's even better to see tech used in ways that can profoundly improve people's lives. Such is the case with Rex, a set of robotic legs that could let the wheelchair-bound walk again. Chris Brandrick explains. Read on...

Lab Notes: Kingston vs. VelociRaptor Storage Smackdown

What can improve your PC's performance more, adding gobs of RAM or replacing your hard drive with something faster? That's what PCWorld Labs analyst Thomas Luong wondered, so he put the two to the test. PCWorld Editorial Assistant Alex Wawro reveals the results. Read on...

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