Monthly Archives: August 2010

The Ostendotech CRVD Curved Display makes for the best multi-display solution »

The Ostendotech CRVD is a 43″ curved display with a total resolution of 2880×900, priced at $6,500. Ostendotech states that the CRVD’s seamless curved screen engages 75% of human peripheral vision, for an unmatched enveloping effect and the most immersive viewing … Continue reading

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Macs in Japan (Image Gallery) »

All the way from the Tech wonderland that is Japan are shots of some gorgeous, naturalized Japanese Macs lazing around in their natural habitat. Head over to the ‘via’ link at the bottom of this post to see the setups … Continue reading

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Sanyo’s Eneloop Mobile Boosters: Extra portable power for your iPads and Smartphones »

See the full gallery on posterous The latest Eneloop Mobile Booster models come with 2 standard AA-size Lithium-ion recharegable Eneloop batteries along with a USB output port that can be used to power all your gadgets on the go. They … Continue reading

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Gmail’s latest feature puts the spotlight on the emails that really matter – Priority Inbox (Update) »

Is finding that one important email in your messy inbox akin to looking for a needle in a haystack? On most days we get emails that fall under the category of bologna or bacn (email you want to read, but … Continue reading

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Stream audio/video in any format to your iOS device with Plex’s new iOS app »

AVI, MPEG, WMV, ASF, FLV, MKV, MOV, MP4, M4A, AAC, NUT, Ogg, OGM, RealMedia RAM/RM/RV/RA/RMVB, 3gp, VIVO, PVA, NUV, NSV, NSA, FLI, FLC, and DVR-MS (beta support), MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 (SP and ASP, including DivX, XviD, 3ivx, DV, H.263), MPEG-4 … Continue reading

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Foursquare used to map out ‘Social Islands’ (Visualization) »

Traditionally we think of Islands as land-masses that separate the population of one island from another. With the explosion of the ‘digitally connected world’, it is now possible to visualize similar groupings in our social behavior, and see ‘islands’ of people attached to a … Continue reading

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Google has the biggest favicon of all. Massive 1.4 Gigapixel Infographic of website favicons sized by their traffic »

Using the NMAP engine, David Fifield and Brandon Enright have created a massive 37,440 x 37,440 (1.4 gigapixels) visualization that takes a website’s favicon and scales it depending on its traffic stats. The largest icon (Google) is a whopping 11,936 x 11,936 pixels. … Continue reading

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