Millions of people in Japan rely on bullet trains to travel across the country. Now passengers will have Wi-Fi access in these trains while traveling at 270 km/hr. The service would be provided by Nippon Telephone & Telegraph (NTT) and would be available from March 2009.
Today residential buildings are designed to be unique. More the design, higher is the price. But the picture of the building shown above is not exactly a “today’s” building. It is the “Nakagin Capsule Tower” in Japan. Built in 1970 by late Japanese architect Kurokawa Kisho, this building consists of 14 floors and is composed of 140 individual capsules designed to be either apartments or business offices.
We have written quite a few times on Rubik’s cube in the past. Different concepts and different colors. Here comes a new one especially for the Simpsons fans. The Simpsons Rubik actually comes with Homer’s head. You need to twist the different parts and make his head “complete”. We doubt it will have the same complexity as the original Rubik’s cube, still, for Homer fans this little gadget may be priceless.
Japanese company Thanko has just released “CoolPad”, the Notebook cooler. That’s conventional. But “CoolPad” is not just a cooler, it is also a data storage device. The device will have an integrated 2.5” SATA HDD slot and “and expands USB connectivity with its three port USB HUB“.