Daily Archives: 2nd September 2011

  • Funny, Robots

    Have We Lost The Battle Against The Machines

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    In the battle against the machine, we always had the advantage because we are mobile, flexible and more intelligent, but recent advances in technology shows that robots and machines are catching up, in some cases they already have overtaken us. Once this happens, there is no turning back, there is no kill switch and the… Read more »

  • USB

    Transcend Developing A 2TB Flash Drive

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    Imagine the power of a flash drive with a massive 2TB of storage available, it would be awesome to say the least and it could be coming sooner than we think. Check out the video taken at the Display Taiwan 2011 technology show, the display actually states that the Transcend 16GB flash drive is capable… Read more »

  • Facebook, Food, Technology

    Greggs Take On Krispy Kreme Online

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    It looks as if there will be a battle of the doughnut later this month when Greggs the bakers starts it first digital marketing campaign, with a range of new doughnut flavours like Strawberry Milkshake, Jaffa Cake, Triple Chocolate and Coconut Snowball. Each doughnut will be getting its one Facebook and Twitter page so that consumers… Read more »

  • Google, Search

    So How Does Google Search Work

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    This is question that has been asked by website owners for a decade or more and it seems just when they are getting hang of what Google is all about, they change the rules and it is back to square one. Well that was what we assumed, it seems that in the real world, things… Read more »

  • Computers, Technology

    Two Visions Of Future Tech

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    When we think of future technology it is always shiny and glossy, but most of all it is always working how different this is to the real world. This graphic shows exactly how it is, with our thoughts of everything working nicely, yet in reality the screens remain blank because there is no signal available, isn’t… Read more »

  • Computers, Software

    The Pen That Converts To Digital

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    It makes no difference if you are merely doodling or designing, this digital drawing pen from Wacom will come in very handy when it comes to saving the work to your computer files. What is more, this pen is sensitive, so that no matter how hard or soft the line is; it will be duplicated,… Read more »

  • Design, Home

    Working Retro Phone From 1950

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    This is a faithful reproduction of the classic Scandiphone; this is famous design because it has appeared in a 1960 episode of The Twilight Zone. Now you too can have it for just $60 or £45, now that is what you call retro cool! The phone will work with any landline system that uses the… Read more »

  • Games, Video

    Super Mario and Portal Mash Up

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    At last, Mario has the drop on his enemies, but only because he has a little help from the guys over at Valve who have lent him a Portal device, now there is nothing to stop him! This is great video from Maurice Guégan and Sašo Smolej who are actually developing a game similar to… Read more »

  • Android, Smartphones

    Want To Keep Tabs On Your Partner

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    If you are one of those types that likes to keep a tab on your partner, maybe you have good cause or you are just worried about their safety, whatever the reason there is the Karelog App for all Android devices. This is effectively spyware, which is installed onto the device. Then the user is… Read more »

  • Email, Google

    Try Out The Gmail Offline App

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    Google have released a beta version of Offline Google Mail, this is free app and it can be found on the Chrome Web Store. The app has a simple look, which is good and once downloaded it will synchronize email messages so the user is able to check their even if there is no internet… Read more »

  • Business, Internet

    How Big Is The Dog Marketplace In The US

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    Not all pet sectors are able to the utilise the internet, one sector has successfully carved out a niche for itself and that is the market of products and services for dogs. For the consumer this means discounted products and for the retailers it means that they are able to reach a wider market place… Read more »

  • Business, Internet

    Could You Be A Start Up Founder

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    Have you got it takes to be the founder of the latest tech start up? Well it seems that it may not be as easy as it seems, this is because the business persons social network LinkedIn have produced this wonderful info graphic that has crunched all of the figures and come up with the… Read more »

  • Classic, Games

    After 18 Years Doom Ban Is Lifted

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    You have to go back to 1994 to understand what we are talking about here. The issue surrounds the game Doom or rather the classic game Doom as it is now! Eighteen years ago, this game was deemed to be too controversial for the German market and was placed on the controlled titles list, because… Read more »

  • Games, New

    Finally Zumba Is Off The Top

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    Gamers can once again hold their heads up high for the dance hit Zumba Fitness for the Wii has been knocked from top spot by the thriller Deus Ex: Human Revolution. But even this game may not be on top for long as there are some interesting titles about to the be released, which will… Read more »

  • Apple, iPhone

    Apple Guy Loses New iPhone In Bar

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    No this is not a time warp or a posting from last year, it turns out that once again as the speculation mounts around the next generation iPhone an employee of Apple has lost a prototype version. I know it sounds extraordinary, but here is what happened. Apple guy goes into the Cava 22 Tequila… Read more »