Monthly Archives: June 2010

Pivot Power: A Creative Power Strip »

See the full gallery on posterous The Pivot Power strip from Quirky is an adjustable electrical power strip than can bend into circular, semi-circular or zig-zag forms and flexes around furniture and corners to conserve space and maximize the space for each adapter. … Continue reading

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Today’s Dashboard – June 30, 2010 »

Microsoft working on Office Mobile for Nokia and “other leading smartphone platforms” Based on a very interesting job posting at Microsoft, Neowin is speculating that Office 2010 might become part of the mobile experience for more than just WIndows Phone … Continue reading

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All the things that Google Search does in under 1 second (Infographic) »

Of particular interest is the statement from Google Search Quality Engineer, Patrick Riley where he says “every” single one of the 300 million searches done every day on Google is part of some test. So this search…

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What can you do with an iPad in 3 hours? (video) »

In this video, David Jon Kassan shows us beautiful possibilities using what has sometimes been dismissed as a ‘consumption only’ device. via youtube.com  

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MUJI Wall Mount CD Player: Just pull a cord and play your favorite music »

The MUJI wall mount CD player is a compact, stylish, easy-to-use and minimalistic device for CD playback. The player features a pull string power control which enables you to pull a cord to turn the player on (pulling the cord … Continue reading

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How Data travels along a wireless network – Time Warner Cable (infographic)

Jeff Simmermon on how the Infographic was born – “A few weeks ago, I sent a picture to my coworker Vijay Venkateswaran from my iPhone. Vijay is our Senior Director of mobile broadband products in our Mobile Services Group. I … Continue reading

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Chrome OS now lets you login and use the OS without an account (video) »

Chrome OS has added a “Browse without Signing-In” option which creates a sign-in free Incognito session. Handy for those times when you want to do a quick search on your friend’s Chrome OS netbook without having to worry about giving … Continue reading

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