iPhone 5 Concept Features, Stevie Wonder, Robots & the Evolution of Music

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This week, we started a new series of articles where we look at some of the most interesting videos in tech and business that we come across in any given day. You can see yesterdays' here. While it's only day two, the response has been good so far, so we will likely keep it up.

Update: Don't miss day three's videos here.

I'm not going to waste a lot of time talking about. Let's just get to the videos.

This CG iPhone 5 concept video , which features an iPhone with a thin design, a laser keyboard and holographic display has been trending pretty hard. Today, it made it on YouTube's own Trends blog.

Speaking of the iPhone, Stevie Wonder thanks Steve Jobs at the "WONDER-FULL" event in LA. It's making its way around the blogosphere (4:39):

AOL's Money and Happiness speaks with an expert for tips on racking up free airline miles:

Panasonic demonstrates EVOLTA robots to compete in Iron Man Triathlon:

Sphero is a robotic ball that you control with your smartphone. Business Insider shared this video of the ball rolling around its HQ:

This game, Phone Story, was banned from iOS but has apparently been approved by Android:

Google is letting Gmail users get their chat log data out of Gmail. They released this video about it:

Interesting look at the evolution of music, with statistics:

Here's a new interview our own Abby Johnson did with Mary Song of Yuupon about the date of the daily deals industry:

Here's the future of shopping according to PayPal:

I think I still prefer the zombie apocalypse version:

Adobe's VP talks about extensibility and the future of web conferencing:

The Windows Phone Blog shared a look at the HTC TItan with video chat:

Intel demoed its Pair and Share technology, which lets iOS and Android devices share video and pictures to Intel computers wirelessly:

Chris Crum
Chris Crum has been a part of the WebProNews team and the iEntry Network of B2B Publications since 2003. Follow Chris on Twitter, on StumbleUpon, on Pinterest and/or on Google: +Chris Crum.