Chinese train manufacturer CSR Corp Ltd. recently unveiled a 500 km/hr (approx. 310 mph) high-speed test train. It has six cars and has a maximum tractive power of 22,800 kilowatts!
There were several “concept” cars for display at the Tokyo Motor Show 2011. However, Mitsubishi’s opinion of how automobile interfaces may look like in the next 10 years was a little more interesting. Called the EMIRAI automotive interface, the car featured a curved, touch-screen rear projection display.
It’s alive! It’s alive! Well, it’s not exactly Frankenstein…but something interesting anyway. It’s HP’s mobile OS a.k.a., webOS. In a rather surprising move today, HP declared that the company will keep on contributing for the webOS platform while also turning in into a fully open source project.
LG recently revealed the ultra-thin X-Note Z330 notebook. It is just 0.58-inches in thickness (yes, seriously!) and weighs 2.67 pounds.
Miss the 80′s iconic bulky communicator? Here is an option to mix the old flavor with the contemporary sleek and stylish iPhone to obtain the look and feel of the both worlds. Enter the 80′s Retro iPhone Case!
Rubik’s cube could be fun for some, could be interesting for some while for some it can be just a puzzle to while away time with. Although most of us might dread at the thought of a solving a Rubik’s cube, there are a few who can live up to the challenge and make it work at mind blowing speeds.
Wondering whether this machine is a video game arcade or a washing machine? It is both! Why at all such a device? Because MA student Lee Wei Chen at Kingston University, UK somehow came to a conclusion that spending countless hours on video games wasn’t worthwhile. The skills developed were not of any good use in the real world. Added to that were the 27 year old’s undone household chores.
USB bell !!! Sounds fun or do you think it could be annoying? Instead of the usual notification sounds, you get to hear the sound of a real bell alerting you about your virtual mails.