Tracking Device Teardown

Google's Chromebook, inside a Chanel atelier, dissecting an FBI tracking device and more in this week's look at the web

Wired and iFixit got hold of an FBI tracking device from a suspect character, giving them the chance to tear it apart. It’s a pretty interesting look inside the tech that Uncle Sam and his big brother are using to watch you, right now—look behind you!

Aston Martin and Zagato

Google's Chromebook, inside a Chanel atelier, dissecting an FBI tracking device and more in this week's look at the web

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the original Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato that debuted at Goodwood in 1961, the duo have teamed up again for what will be an undoubtedly high-performance collector’s car. The initial concept debuts at Italy’s historic car show at Villa D’Este from 20-22 May 2011.

Tactile Touch Screen

Google's Chromebook, inside a Chanel atelier, dissecting an FBI tracking device and more in this week's look at the web

Tokyo’s Kajimoto Labs at the University of Electro-Communications devised a prototype touch screen that allows you to feel the sensation of the graphics on the palm of your hand—revolutionary technology for visually-impaired users. This is also a breakthrough for video games, where games could capture the feeling of ants crawling on your hand.