Posts Tagged: Technology

Can Magnets Scramble Computers?

Jonny Phillips investigates the theory that – if powerful enough – a magnet can erase a laptop’s hard drive.

Amazon’s advantage over Apple

Today, Amazon has announced the acquisition of social reading service, Goodreads. Specific terms of the deal weren’t disclosed and it should close by the end of Q2.

The home with the rooftop theater

Make the most of your roof. Evolution home theater has created probably the best party roof/movie theater ever.

Using the new glue compressor in Ableton Live 9

Evan Sutton takes a look at Ableton Live 9’s new Glue Compressor effect, which allows users to “glue” together of the elements of a drum part or an entire track.

Improved pins

Improved pin discovery and profile editing to help boost mobile usage now on Pinterest for iOS…

Light without electricity?

Cheap, water-filled plastic bottle bulbs are lighting up shanty towns and transforming the lives of the poor in the Philippines. A film by Marion Hütter.

Helicopter for one

Watch the Rednecks attempt to build a one-man flying machine out of toy remote control helicopter parts.

Visionary projects

The founder of PayPal, Tesla Motors and SpaceX, Elon Musk shares details about his visionary projects, which include a mass-marketed electric car, a solar energy leasing company and a fully reusable rocket.

The potential of mobile in marketing

Chock Chok’ campaign in Hong Kong was seen by 9 million people and got 380,000 app downloads in its first month. Being innovative and indicative of the potential of mobile, it is worth watching it again…

And the winner is…

New payphone design with free Wi-Fi access and interactive advertising seems to be the winner of a NYC Reinvent Payphones design challenge…

Google Play News

Google appears to be preparing to launch a newspaper to complement the apps, music, books, magazines, and movies it already offers in its Android store.

The 2013 Geneva Motor Show

By tradition, the international Geneva Motor Show opens the automotive trade fair season in Europe. Every year, exhibitors present some 700 marques to a good 700,000 fairgoers. Those figures rank the Geneva Motor Show among the world’s biggest car events.

Small Focus

Three-cylinder engines are helping to lower cars’ fuel consumption. They’re already available for the VW Up! and the Smart. Now Ford is introducing a three-cylinder for its Focus model. The automaker says the car uses just 4.7 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers. But is it any fun to drive?

ASUS PadFone Infinity

ASUS announces PadFone Infinity Phone and tablet together in MWC Event.

10 most anticipated smartphones for 2013

The progress of technology can be clearly judged when it comes to smartphones, but there are lot more features still to come in the years ahead of us…

The battery is not so good after all…

The iPhone has a flaw, and it’s not a minor one. In fact, it affects every single one of the over 100 million sold so far, and there is no real solution yet in sight.

StormFly – USB 3.0 wristband

Spain-based startup Now Computing has big plans for its wearable USB 3.0 wristband that can be used to boot an entire operating system on almost any Mac or PC, out of the box.