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Reinventing the watch – a Kőrös Benedek wristband design

Watches and wristbands Watches are worn by everyone. Technology changes almost monthly. Phones, computers, iPods and other devices all evolve. The watch seemingly remains unchanged. We’ve imagined the iPod as a wristband, a watch is simply an obvious extension of that. Reinventing the watch Yanko Design always has some beautiful and elegant product concepts. Designer [...]

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#SWSLC chants USA – Unicorn Sex Appeal, an augmented reality app for the iPhone with a killer style.

Seriously. That’s the name of the software, not really so much about unicorns as much as it is unicorn images on other people’s head. Wait… what? It’s an augmented reality iPhone app. GetGro.com The app is actually based on WoW. If you sign up and share, they’ll give you dibs on characters, and give you [...]

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Is Gorilla Glass scratch proof?

Nobody does Myth Busters the way ZAGG does Myth Busters. Just ask Drew and his Gorilla Glass scratch test. You need only Google Gorilla Glass Scratch Test, it’s a YouTube video. Reporting from CES in a recent article, CNN posted that Gorilla Glass is thinner than ever. But it’s still… Not any less resistant to [...]

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CES Photos: An inside look as CES sets up.

CES starts tomorrow. Here’s an inside look as companies rapidly prepare for the year’s biggest tech event. aigoCloud plans to make wireless sharing easier. It looks like Verizon & OnStar are going to make the road an awesome place to browse the web, provided you’re not driving.

HzO WaterBlock Technology: A definite game changer

HzO WaterBlock Technology: A definite game changer

Every once in a while something comes along in the tech world that you immediately sit up and take notice of. News feeds are usually filled with new technology promising larger hard drives, longer lasting batteries and faster chipsets, so its not everyday that you see a company touting water resistant technology, on the INSIDE, [...]

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Why Twitter Lists?: Put your favorite Twitter user’s tweets in context.

I recently posted a tweet that inspired this series of posts. I use lists religiously. If I’m not following you, you’re likely still ‘listed’ by me because I love your tweets but I want them in context. Lists allow Twitter users to organize the people they follow into groups. By segmenting your following list into [...]

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Why Twitter Lists?: Follow entire groups, and participate in communities.

Twitter allows you set up 20 lists, of up to 500 people. If you’re like me, you may be a member to a number of groups, or have interest in grouping these people. Because Twitter Lists create grouped tweet streams of the people that are on them, you can use Lists to organize your tweeps [...]

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Why Twitter Lists?: You don’t have to follow them to see their tweets all the time.

Sometimes you want to keep up on a persons tweets, but you don’t want them in your timeline. If you use lists, that’s exactly what you now have the ability to do. When you follow a Twitter List, you’re not actually following every user on the list, but following the entire list — those users’ [...]

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What Are Your New Tech Toys?

So did you have the same experience as the boy above when opening your presents this year? With Christmas now past what are some of the new toys that have kept you busy over the last few weeks. Maybe you were just waiting for a Black Friday sale and finally got the 55″ TV that you have [...]

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Apple Adds More Patents to Their Arsenal

Apple users, get excited because the US Patent and Trademark Office has just recently published Apple patent applications for two new innovative concepts. The first deals with Hydrogen fuel cells. The idea is that Apple devices such as the iPhone, iPad and MacBook will eventually be powered by these cells, which convert oxygen and hydrogen [...]

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