Bryan Berg awes you with the World’s Largest Card Stacked Structure

Have a look at this extremely delicate structure that is miraculously standing on its own. This marvelous architecture which represents the Venetian Macau [ ” the China-ruled city’s version of Las Vegas’ neon alley“], is actually an assembly of free standing cards made possible by the American architect Bryan Berg. It took him 44 days to create this model with 218,792 cards which is on display at The Venetian Macau itself.


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Sony launches PlayStation Move, the next generation motion gaming technology

Sony Creative Entertainment revealed the new motion controller for the PlayStation 3 at the 2010 Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. It is called the PlayStation Move. Although the controller will be available separately for sale, Sony will also provide an optional bundle pack consisting of the PlayStation eye camera, Move controller and any relevant game. The device is similar to the Wii Nunchuk, but black in color and has a colored sphere at the top.


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Google Apps Marketplace opens gate for enterprise cloud services

Google has opened the gates for its new online store, the Apps Marketplace. This new list of “Software-as-a-Service” applications created a new area of revenue generation for the company, which used to earn wholly from search-based advertisements. The store include services like CRM, ERP, fax and various others that integrate with Google’s cloud computing platform.


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Cognitive Balloon, a must-have safety device for beach swimmers

This is a precautionary wrist band that has been conceptualized for the safety of swimmers at beaches. So what does it do? In an emergency situation the person has to push a switch on the band to release a vibrant red colored balloon which gets inflated by  compressed helium gas. Simultaneously the balloon rises to make it easier for life guards at crowded beaches to spot the person and take necessary action.


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Want to fly around all solo? Get your own jet pack for $86,000

It’s finally here. You can now buy your own jet pack and cruise around the city…from air. The jet pack is manufactured by Martin Aircraft Company, will cost you $86,000. and will give you 30 minutes of flight time. The best part…you can use conventional gasoline to fill up the tanks and go for your next ride. One thing to keep in mind is that the pilot should weigh between 140-240 lbs.


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The Calculator Cover

It is not a calculator but a calculator look-alike case. From this picture it may be a little difficult to figure that out though; only the stitch on the  border gives it away. The designer mentions that ” a full color image is printed on front and back and bonded to materials creating a vinyl like exterior” which makes this case a perfect stealth cover for your expensive smart phone, just like the bookbook for MacBook.


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Ubuntu to get a new look and logo in version 10.04

Ubuntu is by far the most popular Linux distro ever. The operating system’s ease of use and reliability has resulted in now millions of fans worldwide. Now the next update, version 10.04 a.k.a. “Lucid Lynx”, will feature a complete new look with a new Ubuntu logo. The OS had the same looks for quite a while, which is about to change, finally.


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