“One of the Strangest Phones on Shelves Today” and More, In Five for Wednesday


In this week’s Five for Wednesday:

  1. Blackberry’s new Passport smart phone is unlike anything else on the market today. For some use cases, that’s great. For others, not so much.
  2. CNET’s Fall Tech Preview covers wearables, computers, tablets, smart home tech, and lots more.
  3. Our smartphones are smart about many things, but dumb when it comes to knowing exactly where you are. There are a few companies looking to change this.
  4. Wikihouse publishes open-source building plans that are free to download. Print the plans and build a house for $80,000 in just a few days.
  5. What do you do when your city’s residents lose over 1 million pounds? You start redesigning your city to keep those pounds off.

Joseph Sullivan

Joe Sullivan is a User Experience Designer for the Center for REALTOR® Technology.

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