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.
A few days back we came across the typographic character coasters that used different symbols like dollar, ampersand, asterisk, yen as the pattern; which looked apt for a geeky desk or a geek party. Here’s another such idea to spice up a geeky party. This delectable entry is Helvetica styled cookies. Each cookie is an enlarged letter that has been cut out using Helvetica type font cookie cutter and includes the letters ‘H,e,l,v,t,i,c,a’.
Books are meant to be read, not shelves! Designers have this awesome trait to introduce new and fascinating forms that are bound to amaze us.We have seen many such designer shelves, but in this case a single line form curves in and out, bends repeatedly, folds and ultimately gives away to a structure that slyly spells a message, in addition to being a shelf.
MSI is expected to launch its line of tablet PCs somtime in the second half of 2010. The device will be powered by the NVIDIA Tegra chip. The starting price will be $500, same as the entry level price of the recently launched Apple iPad. Certain obvious advantages the tablet will have are multi-tasking, webcam and the support for Adobe Flash. This is because it will be powered by Android and will probably run Flash 10.1.