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Solor Powered Electric Razor

Posted in Home,Solar Powered by Quagmire on July 25th, 2007

Solar powered electric razorThe electric razor from Sabeco uses non other than rays from the sun to charge up its batteries, saving on the environment and making things more convenient for you. An electric razor in your glove box works great for anyone that grows facial hair fast enough to need a touch up after 5 o’clock, or for those days that you go to work wearing the same clothes you had on the day before.

The only problem is you have to remember to charge it once in a while and of course it will run out …

One Laptop Per Child XO Beta-4 Going to Production

Posted in News,OLPC by Chris Weber on July 24th, 2007

One Laptop Per Child going to production with XO beta-4 laptopsOn Monday the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) initiative gave the “thumbs-up” to go ahead and start mass producing the XO laptop. The laptop being made is based on the Beta-4 (B4) design and is priced at $176 each, which the OLPC hopes to have down to the originally planned $100 by sometime next year.

The production starts on a path to create 3 million of the B4 XO laptops by October of this year which will be distributed to the governments of 15 countries to …

Hawking to Experience Zero G’s Firsthand

Posted in News,Science by Reuben Drake on March 2nd, 2007

Stephen Hawking to experience weightlessness in zero gravity rideStephen Hawking is a name that by now we all know well. The Cambridge professor, best selling author and the world’s reigning expert on black holes is now set to take a zero-gravity ride out of Cape Canaveral. Since he has spent most of his life working around the nature of gravity, it seems only fit that he should experience it himself, first hand.

Said the executive of Zero G, “the idea of giving the world’s expert on gravity the opportunity to experience zero gravity” was irresistible. He will …

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Intel to Provide Processors for Sun Servers

Posted in Intel,News,Processors,Sun Microsystems by Darrin Olson on January 22nd, 2007

Intel to provide processor chips for Sun Microsystems yet this year.After some recent rumors about a collaboration between Sun Microsystems and Intel, both companies confirmed today in a press conference that Sun will begin using chips made by Intel in some of its servers. This is another major step ahead for Intel after landing a deal last October to provide processors for Apple MacBooks. At the same time this announcement is a set back for rival chip maker AMD who has been in head to head competition with Intel in coming out with more advanced, …

2006 Warmest Year on Record

Posted in News,Science by Chris Weber on January 10th, 2007

2006 warmest year on record2006 was notable for the Wii, the PS3 and the temperature. Government scientists are reporting that 2006 was the warmest year on record since record keeping started in 1895.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) through its National Climatic Data Center collected temperature readings from 1200 weather stations around the contiguous US. They found that the temperature was 2.2 degrees higher than the mean temperature for the last century.

The temperature was notable but so was the government claim that the temperature change is being cause by build up …

Founder Of Amazon.com Shows Off Goddard Rocket

Posted in News,Science by Darrin Olson on January 4th, 2007

Amazon.com founder shows off Goddard Rocket LaunchJeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.com, has released some detailed information about a literal rocket launch in a project that has been under wraps since it’s inception over 6 years ago.

Goddard, a 50 foot tall rocket, lifted off under it’s own power, flew about 285 feet into the air and then landed less than a minute later, seemingly with out a hitch. Multiple photos and a video of the rocket launch can be found at the Blue Origin web site. The video shows the full rocket launch and landing, and there …

YouTube For The Deceased

Posted in Digital Imaging,LCD by Chetz on January 4th, 2007

Serenity Vidstone PanelMultimedia is working it’s way into almost every part of our lives, and even after-lives in this case. The Vidstone Serenity Panel provides a 7″ LCD panel that runs on solar power and will show a 5-8 minute slide show of photos along with sound.

The 8″ x 6.5″ panel can mount flush to a gravestone and provides two headphone jacks to allow visitors to listen to music along with the slide show. It is weather proof and fade resistant, and uses simple one-touch buttons to operate the playback. The Vidstone requires at least 4 …

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