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Bacon Roses

Nothing Says Happy Valentine’s Day Like Bacon Roses

So, Happy Valentine’s Day from ZAGG to you and your bacon lovin’ posse. If you want to make these for your loved one (or let’s be real, for yourself), you can get step-by-step instructions at instructables.com. Source: instructables.com ___ Alison J. Herzog is an eater, shopper, traveler, and most of all, a proud mama to [...]

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Could Ski Lifts Revolutionize Mass Transit?

A unique idea resurfaced at TEDxAustin: What if we used ski lifts to revolutionize mass transportation? Where did that idea come from? The New York City subway moves 5.3 million passengers per day. Ski lifts in Zillertal carry 298,000 people up the mountain each hour. The ski lifts have the capacity to transport 14 million passengers [...]

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Would You Buy A 5-Inch iPhone? [Poll]

When the iPhone 5 came out in October 2012, it was the first to feature a larger screen since the original iPhone was introduced in 2007. If there’s one thing bandwagon Apple hasn’t jumped on, it’s in making larger phones with bigger, taller, wider screens. If you consider the rendering above of a rumored “iPhone [...]

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Here’s An Incredible 360-Degree View Of Dubai From The Tallest Building In The World

Unless you’re planning a trip to Dubai in the near future, it’s impossible to find a view from this high above the ground, while still being firmly anchored to the ground, anywhere else on Earth. This incredible 360-degree, interactive panorama shows you just how amazing the view would be, if you were there. Pan around [...]

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Infographic: If Apple made a credit card

We love seeing designs of futuristic Apple products that designers and enthusiasts dream up. This latest one, an infographic created by creditcardcompare.com.au, depicts an Apple credit card, the iCard, they call it, in full detail. Check it out: —– You should follow Mike on Twitter for more great tech insights and good conversation. If Twitter isn’t your thing, [...]

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Why Every Business Should Offer Free WiFi

In our hyper-connected world, access to the Internet has become so commonplace, it’s practically expected. We have it at home, we have it at work, we have it in schools, in airports (and airplanes), in hotels, in libraries, in coffee shops, and just about everywhere else imaginable. Walk down the sidewalk in a major city [...]

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Apple may partner with Foursquare to help improve Maps

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple has started discussions with Foursquare to provide local data into Apple Maps. Foursquare is a location-based service that allows users to “check in” to local venues (businesses, parks, points of interest, etc) and share that location with their friends. Foursquare has more than 25 million registered users, [...]

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Curved mouse concept wants to make it easy to carry around a mouse with a laptop

For many users the trackpad simply isn’t an option. I have friends that will only use the mouse. The difficulty is carrying around the mouse with your laptop. The idea of the Clip Mouse is then born. Design Competition In a design competition by Lite-On this was created by Frank Guo. The mouse is made [...]

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Awesome iPhone Concept: Expandable app icons

Max Rudberg has merged the concept of the living home screens of Windows Phone and Android with the iPhone to create a very interesting take on expandable app icons in iOS. Max’s description of the idea’s overall functionality is both efficient and space saving: In this concept, an app icon can be resized from 1×1 [...]

The Only Downside to the iPhone 5

The Only Downside to the iPhone 5

We can only hope Apple is waiting to release this feature in their next update. Image source: Twitter

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