Indexing Books with Animal Silhouettes look amazing

Isn’t this idea beautiful? We have brought you various types of shelves and other book related items but sorting books in this wonderful way is new and truly innovative. The silhouettes of the animals make an amazing illusion of  a jungle peeking right through the books. Indexing books in this way sure is a lot of fun. May be a more variety of animals would add more excitement to the jungle adventure.


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Typewriter keys reused into Alphabet Rings

People are churning out various ways of reusing discarded items. The ones that we had seen before were computer keyboard keys which were turned into key cufflinks. Here’s another such idea of recycling alphabet keys. Obtained from vintage royal typewriter, these Typewriter Alphabet Rings have been re-purposed into beautiful rings.


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Hanger : Tea, the tea bags with hangers!

Looks like mini T-shirts suspended from hangers? Well, the shirts over here should be called the ‘ Tea-shirts’ because they contain tea leaves! It is definitely a new style of tea bag packaging which introduces a tea bag in the form of a little shirt, wherein the hanger makes it easy to hook the tea bag on the rim of the cup.


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Firefox for Mobile is finally released, starts with Nokia N900

Mozilla has announced that the much awaited Firefox for Mobile is finally released. Currently targeted for Nokia’s Maemo platform, all Nokia N900 users will be able to use the world’s favorite web browser. Firefox for Mobile will run exactly the same as its desktop counterpart. Features include the Awesome bar, Weave Sync, add-ons, location aware browsing, tabbed browsing and even safe browsing.


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Samsung supersedes HP, becomes the world’s largest technology company

samsung race with hp

The Korean giant Samsung finally becomes the world’s largest technology company. Previous crown holder was Hewlett Packard which made $114.6 billion in revenues this year. In comparison to that, Samsung made $117.8 billion for the same period. Analysts believe this happened mostly because of Samsung’s continued success in selling LCD TVs, digital cameras and memory chips. The company’s massive presence in this year’s CES was also one more evidence.


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