Magazines come to life with embedded video images
Because knocking consumers about the head with traditional advertising is not enough anymore, US publication Entertainment Weekly is producing the world's first magazine with video embedded in it. It sounds more amazing than it actually is since the moving images don't appear on futuristic paper thin screens; instead the ViP screens (video-in-print) are 2.7mm thick, have a 320 x 240 resolution but they can store up to 40 minutes of video footage:
The first display will contain previews of new shows on CBS and adverts for Pepsi. If you want to watch it all over again, you can also charge the screen's battery through a USB connection. Or you can wait for the inevitable DVD release. Now that's done and dusted, let's crack on with getting the jetpacks sorted.