If you live in the UK, and think “If only I could get my broadband from the same place I get my crystal set” then maybe now you can. Department store John Lewis, a favorite for weddings, furniture and furniture which branched into the list of ISP English game. Standard package is £ 11 per month (excluding line rental,) is offering “up to” 16Mb speed and 20GB data cap. Users are more willing to pay a further £ 7 to remove the download limit. Of the bundle of benefits of free telephone support, no activation fee and, of course, a wireless router. Sounds like your kind of deal? Head to the link source, or past the grocery item to learn more.
A lens that can see behind itself – the idea is almost boggles the mind, but this is what the Fisheye-Nikkor 6mm f2.8s that claims to do, to provide 220-degree viewing angle. This giant of a fisheye lens was introduced in 1972, and reportedly only available by special order. Price to get your hands on one now? Oh, only about £ 100,000 ($ 161,210 U.S.) for the lens in mint condition, and only from Grays of Westminster, London camera shop that deals exclusively with Nikon products. This is not the first time that this wonderful piece of glass appeared, two years ago a similar lens eBay $ 34,020 hit songs – really cheap, in comparison. See the source link below to look at the sales. Wallet can not take damage? Range “scope” for a little history of Nikon.
O patent application … where the creative idea of dance shoulder to shoulder with ill-conceived folly. Which we have here now? We’re not sure. What we are sure, however, is that someone in Microsoft has already filed a patent application describes a device with two screens. Not brown, but the second screen of the lower-power, such as e-ink, and show different information based on the initial state (ie whether or not in your face.) Not-to-be- believed to describe the second image screen covering the back of the device and shows the time, or other user defined information. This application does not state that will continue to show the information, even if the device is in sleep mode, and describes the contours are not flat. If you read it, may sound like the behind the e-ink phone housing, but if it ever comes to pass, perhaps a little dressing down, so do not be too pleased.
If you think “How beautiful, but …” when you learned that will help get a new 4G handset, press and hold that thought. If the report of Technobuffalo is believed, both aid and Virgin Mobile on Sprint renew their vows host provider and get access to the deployment of 4G. Strangely, it seems to just take the existing WiMAX instead of LTE infrastructure. While Sprint’s 4G WiMAX is not a favorite flavor, it has committed at least to keep it going for a while yet, enough time for you to upgrade at least once more.
Sammy the latest marketing tactics string begins with the nonsense that can be derived from clusters of Sunday morning: “Objective: tgeltaayehxnx,” said Samsung Mobile Twitter account. The anagram wizard will read the number again, “Galaxy,” And you know, it is also the URL for a countdown clock earns. Sammy promised to inform visitors that the “next step” in about 17 hours and counting. The Bonafide internet sleuths can find extra carrot hanging on the origin of the site, reads, “discover how Samsung is to challenge the way you look at the Galaxy once more.” Is Samsung going to break his own opening May 3? We will notify you within 16 hours and change.
Update: It seems like the power this ticker counting down to some kind of anagram guessing game, according to an Engadget tipster who took part in some diving directory. Among a series of different colored tiles capitalized assets he found a picture with warning instructions, read “Click on the letters in the correct sequence to show your true purpose, “and” Technology Following blindly often get nowhere. “It’s fun.
Skype broke new Windows Phone app beta today, adding a contact search and landline calls are VoIP repertoire. Update to come up just shy of two months of the introduction of beta in February, and offers some small improvements, which should keep your call connected. You still make the call yourself, however, the full version does not have support for receiving calls in the background – if the app is not running, your phone will not ring. Press the link below to update the source.
Typically, we will ignore if you answer that question with “Doy, make it work!” But in special cases the jaws up, very precise. Bracelet promises many technological advances that keep track of your sleep, burn calories and food intake diary may you, all within the confines of slender cord wrapped around your wrist. The downside? Most of the unit conked days after opening, forcing the company to not provide a refund for the question and stop production. So, what we want to know is: if you have worked up? Is it still working? Do you like? If Hosain Rahman was reading the comments below, how would you advise him to go about fixing things?
Happy Earth Day! Sunday in honor of the Earth, this week we take time to think about the origins of this now-global events, we need to explore why Earth Day and how our society can meet the 7 biggest threat to our environment. If you have not made plans for the day the Earth will be sure to check out our list of 10 Earth Day activities. One of the main theme of this year’s Earth Week is the lighting, green innovation of illuminating the facts that are useful to make the radar screen Inhabitat. On the more practical end of the spectrum, we examine SUNNAN, Ikea solar powered desk lamp, and although we saw a bit dark, it actually outperformed the expected time of billing. On the bright side, Randy Sarafan, the same people who designed the chair that tweets his own farts (w), has launched a shut off lights when you close your eyes. The downside: For this to work you need to attach electrodes to your face, that is to plug directly into the wall. Thanks, but we will pass. And for those who are more regular, old lamps, Philips launched its much-anticipated L-Prize-winning 10-watt LED bulb on Earth Day. At $ 60 a pop, you can take out a second mortgage to replace every light in your home, but you get back the money back on your energy bills, and Philips also announced rebates to ease the pain.
Talking about the design of light green, this week we bring you the first look at new products the best of Milan Design Week. Exhibits the most is the highlight of the week, flat-pack featuring Tom Dixon lamp cap – and although he was invited visitors to design their own lighting using 3d modeling software. We also see some eye-catching devices are made with new materials and processes that surprising – Jolan van der Wiels launched a series of ‘Transnatural’ stool-shaped magnetic field, Mauricio Affonso blow your mind the changing table is shifted from circular to rectangular in the second, and Raul Lauri Decafé debut lamps, made from recycled coffee area. Meanwhile, iBamboo launches iPhone speaker-free electricity is made from a single piece of bamboo.
Green transportation news we are monitoring everything from bicycles to biomethane shipping timber trucks, to 4,000 mph vacuum tube transport transit systems. Last week, Ford announced that its 2012 Focus Electric cars in Richmond is the speed of 400, so that the speed of the first all-electric car that had led the field for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race. For green-thinking driver everywhere, eBay launched eBay Green Driving the new site, which promises to help consumers research and buy fuel-friendly vehicles. We also caught wind of Axalko amazing bike frame made of wood ashes. And Olympic organizers want to put on the greenest games ever, UPS added 10 large diesel trucks to biomethane dedicated his 2012 London Olympics fast. That’s a good way to go from brown to green.
Green building news, we shine the spotlight on NASAs new maintenance base (which is packed with technology developed for the International Space Station). We also see a wedge-shaped building at the Tokyo Institute of Technology who is really close with 4,500 solar panels, which makes it possible to use half the energy of a similarly sized building. We also hear about a good air pavilion in London’s voice that makes music when wind blows. And one of the unusual stories of the week, we reported the extension of public housing in Italy is made from plastic shopping bags and other pieces of non-renewable packaging.
Walmart on the VUDU service is no finger in foreign waters for the first time, an expansion plan that could see them landing as many as 30 new countries. Mexico is the first to get the service some time in June – before it continues south to other Latin American countries. The remainder of the deployment will include Europe (including Britain and Ireland) and Asia, but it did not happen until later this year. While Netflix has beaten-path away from U.S. shores, it is clear Walmart expect strong retail presence (5,000 stores in 26 states) will help you get more than just a tourist visa.
It is not so earth-shattering deal of Zuckerman snap Instagram, but one of the pioneers of photography is a way that could make waves. Kodak Gallery is available in the App Store since November last year, but starting this week, users can order the photos right on their iPhone for pickup at participating Target and CVS locations in the United States. Kodak claimed that the time between orders and pickups are usually about an hour, all molds (available in 4×6, 5×7 and 8×10 size) comes to the quality of Kodak photo paper. Prices, as you might expect, is different in every store, and more deets can be seen in the release after the break.