Transporter is an online, but off-cloud storage solution for privately sharing, accessing and protecting all of your valuable files. By choosing the drive-less option, you maintain the flexibility of choosing the capacity you need and the drive manufacturer you trust….
The 2TB Transporter allows you to share, access, and protect up to two terabytes of data. That’s 2x the movies, music and photos. Better than the cloud, the Transporter is completely private with unlimited sharing and no subscription fees, ever….
Still wary of uploading your precious media and memories to a cloud service? Create one of your own with the LaCie CloudBox ($120-$180). Available in 1TB – 3TB capacities, this dead-simple device plugs into the wall and your router — using Ethernet — and in minutes appears on your Macs and PCs just like a normal connected device. Thanks to its UPnP capabilities, it can stream music, movies, and photos to devices like the Xbox 360 and iPad wirelessly, and can also provide streaming service over the Internet with its MyNAS feature. The handsome Neil Poulton design is just icing on the cake. Source:LaCie CloudBox
Air new Zealand partnered with WETA Workshop on a brand new Hobbit inspired Safety Video. It features cameo appearances including Sir Peter Jackson. Visit http://www.airnzcode.com/hobbitmovie to Find and Unlock the Elvish Code for your chance to win one of six double passes to the World Premiere Screening of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey in New Zealand on the 28th of November 2012
Getting Boxee, the awesome web-to-TV software, set up in your living room used to be a headache. Not anymore thanks to the Boxee Box (around $200; Q1 2010). This angled wonder lets you consume all the free movies, TV shows and music from the internet, all from your couch — and hooks it up to your system with just a single HDMI cable. Like the standard Boxee software, it also sucks in your own videos, music and photos, playing just about any media format that still resides on your broken down laptop.
the snorkel to a large degree hasn’t change much since the products invention. Sure, there are now versions that include an apparatus to help clear the tube of water, but to a large degree the function and the form has remained the same. And hence why we can’t over look the Powerbreather Snorkel.
at first blush, it resembles a contraption that would be found in a Star Wars movie, or some forward thinking scifi flick. But it’s actually a very simple design that allows swimmers to inhale and exhale without the fear of water entering their lungs at anytime, at least according to the company. This is accomplished using a set of of what is presumably a proprietary placed valve system. Needless to say, this is contrary to traditional snorkels. That being said, the Powerbreather adheres to the head using an elastic design and ensures that even when you dip below the water’s surface it stays on the head and doesn’t shift around.
So why would you get one of these? Apparently, rotating the neck during swimming can cause injury and also inhibits the swimmers ability to reach their max potential. The Powerbreather is said to resolve this quandary. It’s also ideal for kids or people who are learning how to swim.
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we’ll make even better.
Add something to your Springpad, and we’ll instantly enhance it with more information. Save a restaurant and we’ll give you a map and reviews. Save a movie, and we’ll give you the showtimes near you. Save a book, and we’ll link you to where you can buy it. Save a product, we’ll tell you when there’s a price drop. Get the idea?
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Fill your Springpads with things you find on the web or on the go. Clip an article, snap a photo, scan a product barcode, record a voice memo, or save a place nearby. Then access it anytime, anywhere you need it.
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Create notebooks for recipes, books, movies or anything else that matters to you, together with friends, family and co-workers. Save ideas and info from anywhere, access them whenever, and start getting more from life
the popular Apple iPhone has become an all-around device for most people. Not only is it a mobile phone, most owners use it as a media player as well as a portable device to surf the Web. It is also a digital camera and a storage device as well. And as people would want to share its contents more and more, this new Pop video iPhone projector can also add to the popular smartphone’s many features.
The Pop Video iPhone Projector is a portable pico projector that iPhone owners can use conveniently with their device. This 3.5 ounce projector can easily be attached to the iPhone or iPod via a retractable 30-pin connector. Once attached, it is able to display video at iPhone’s full 960 x 540 resolution. It has enough power for up to 2 hours of continuous use, more than enough to share those video clips or even a full length movie stored in your iPhone. The Pop Video iPhone Projector is available at Pop Video for US$100.
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Like every other automaker, Bentley has decided it’s time to build an SUV. Designed to be a beauty both on and off-road, the Bentley EXP 9 F is an all-wheel drive luxury SUV concept that offers all of the company’s hand-crafted detailing and high performance get-go. powered be a 6.0 liter, twin-turbocharged W12 engine, the Bentley SUV features a spacious wood-leather-metal interior with “commanding driving position” and a host of rich people niceties, including a panoramic glass panel roof Design, touchscreen interfaces, 3D navigation, and a rear seat business mode with fold-down keyboard and internet connectivity, powered footrest and infotainment movie screen. Of course, you can’t overlook the cooled compartment for champagne and glasses under the rear armrest, which you will enjoy on the two-piece tailgate which doubles as a picnic table. Bentley says this is more than a publicity stunt, telling us there’s strong potential for the EXP 9 F to become the third Bentley model-line alongside the Mulsanne and Continental ranges.
If you’ve worked in a warehouse before (like I have), you will appreciate having at least a forklift to do the work for you but even better than that would be having these warehouse robots from Kiva Systems.
One thing missing though that I’d like added to this terrific warehouse robot system is ability to use it with higher racks to take advantage of high ceiling walls of a warehouse. Otherwise, you might actually lose space while implementing a more efficient warehouse system. – Unless they create a New Leveled Flooring system Parallel to the Racks.
Keeping the dog out of the garbage can or your cat from going through your underwear generally calls for a lock and key scenario. But that’s hardly a geeky answer and won’t condition Rex to think twice before he digs through bacon grease and chicken bones.
The system includes a transmitter that beams a laser to a receiver unit, as well as 2 mirror units to expand its reach around corners and through door ways. If someone, or something crosses its path an audible alert will be sounded, notifying you that there is an intruder in your midst. You’ll need 6 AAA batteries to power this setup, but they should last up to 5-10 hours with continuous use, at least that’s our best guess based on our laser experience.
ThinkGeek sells it for $34.99.