Over 50,000 iPads pre-ordered in just 2 hours, Apple.com crashes for a while

It seems that almost 50,000 iPads were sold in just two hours from Apple.com. Although this number is not yet concrete, it was reported that two iPads ordered 30 minutes apart “reflected Order IDs that were about 10,000 apart”. That’s massive! At this rate the number of sales might even surpass a few hundred thousand by the end of the day.


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Apple iPhone 4.0 rumor prevails, may feature multi-tasking

Just when iPad starts appearing for pre-order, rumors about the next iPhone OS version 4.0 surfaces. AppleInsider revealed that as per their ‘reliable’ sources the iPhone 4.0 may feature true multi-tasking. From a UI perspective it seems Apple will introduce a multi-tasking manager that will control the multiple apps. But the OS is far from complete, and will need to undergo several rounds of development before it is even ready for testing.


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Green Marker, unique blend of nature and books

Don’t mistake these books for pots. Designers tend to blend in varied fields together; the outcome of which [we have seen many times] results in something unbelievable and unique. Grasses don’t grow in books but if you really wanted to have that green touch for your books you could use these special Green Markers, shaped like grass to mark the important pages.


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Lego Boardroom Table

Recognize the bright colors? What else can it be other than an awesome collection of brilliant colorful Lego bricks. The picture of random bricks are in fact a part of a huge “1.2 x 2.7 meter boardroom table“! The enormous Lego table-top rests “on a polished stainless steel square hollow section” and “ is topped with a 10mm sheet of toughened glass“. Scroll down for the pictures and the pixelated effect.


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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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