Samsung Galaxy S4: Controlled by eyeballs
Samsung have launched the new Galaxy S4 and you can control its 5in screen using only your eyeballs, which is mental.
Not only that, but the launch showed off the new device and its capaility of taking two different pictures at the same time! This sounds like a fancy future-phone already!
In addition to all this, you'll be able to "smart pause" videos by looking away from the screen and "smart scroll" with your eyes. It'll be lighter and thinner than the S3 and the phone will be able to English text into Chinese speech, and translate Chinese speech back into English text. Presumably it'll do other languages, but the launch showed Chinese and English. Either way, that could be pretty useful.
The S4 also utilises Samsung Hub, which is a cloud storage facility where you can store a host of information and media across multiple Samsung devices.
You'll be able to get your hands on the Galaxy S4 at the end of April, but weirdly, following the launch, shares in Samsung fell 1.7%. It seems there's no confidence in the mobile market.
Either way, the S4 will hit the shelves and you'll be able to get it in white or black and it will be available on Vodafone, Three, Orange, T-Mobile and EE networks.