Posted by Admin on May 31, 2010 ·
Hypersonic X-51A “Waverider” aerocraft produced by the Boeing Company makes a successful test flight on May 26, 2010. The vehicle flew at fives times the speed of sound for about three minutes. Powered by a scramjet engine, X-51A is designed to ride on its own shockwave, furnishing the U.S. Air Force with a long-sought Prompt Global Strike capability.
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Posted by Admin on May 30, 2010 ·
10. Giovannoni Timesphere
At $150, the Giovannoni Timesphere is a nifty alarm clock that is capable of projecting the time onto any surface via a wireless orb.
9. BenQ Wall Scanner
BenQ has unveiled a new type of scanner which can be hung on a wall (2cm – 9cm wide) via a hook to scan large posters or other images — horizontally/vertically depending on their thickness.
Posted by Admin on May 27, 2010 ·
No.6 - Mitsubishi
Mitsubishi continues to impress the world with vehicles that are both stylish and practical. Its involvement in the WRC and its latest gem, the i-MiEV, keep Mitsu alive on the road and in the media. Most notably though is its electric creation, the i-MiEV. Shown just this week at the Montreal International Auto Show, Mitsubishi also announced its collaboration with Quebec’s Hydro [...]
Posted by Admin on May 25, 2010 ·
1937 Bugatti Type 57S – $4.4 million
This 1937 Bugatti Type 57S Atalante was originally purchased by Earl Howe a month after it left the Bugatti works. Over the 8 years that he owned the car, Howe added new bumpers, a luggage rack and rearview mirrors. It was later brought up to SC specification with the addition of a Marshall K200 supercharger by its next owner, J P Tingay. Eventually, the car found [...]
Posted by Admin on May 25, 2010 ·
Nokia 8800 Arte with pink diamonds: $134,000
Some features of this cell mobile phone is 3.15 MP camera with autofocus and video, music player, Bluetooth and voice memo.
Sony Ericsson Black Diamond: $300,000
The entire face give 4 megapixel phone with the screen display limits. A Mirror gives the phone a sleek, futuristic look.
Vertu Signature Cobra: $310,000
Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme: $3.2 [...]
Posted by Admin on May 23, 2010 ·
Here we go to see some of the best Collection of Bike Helmets used throughout the world.
Bike helmets have been shown to reduce the risk of head injuries by up to 88 percent and facial injuries by 65 percent, according to a Cochrane Database Systemic Review published in 2000. Bike riders who play against those odds do not fare well in accidents. More than 90 percent of the 714 bicyclists killed in [...]
Posted by Admin on May 22, 2010 ·
Ply Cell Phone Concept
Ply’s name is taken from the design of multilayered plywood, and each layer has its own very distinct function, ranging from a photo printer to game controller to mini digital projector
Leaf Cell Phone Concept
Leaf has a unique natural design reminiscent of a leaf in spring. The eco plastics provide sensational haptics and substantial convenience. The invisible OLED display [...]
Posted by Admin on May 21, 2010 ·
Sao Tome & Principe (Dobras)
1- The above one is Sao Tome & Principe of Dohras!
Currency! The only thing that bring up or drop down the forex of any country! Although the world is one, but different constitutes of world, Countries, makes up its own currency in terms of either Coins or Simple note! But the notes and Coins are quite different from any other material that could be made with [...]
Posted by Admin on May 20, 2010 ·
MacBook Pro 15-inch
Apple’s flat-topped island-style keyboard is the same one the company has used on the previous couple of generations of the MacBook Pro.
HP Mini 5102
We were concerned when HP ditched its closely packed, wide, flat Netbook keys for a redesigned island-style keyboard.
Lenovo ThinkPad Edge / x100e
The ThinkPad Edge represents a new direction for Lenovo: a redesigned [...]
Posted by Admin on May 19, 2010 ·
The commercial aircraft of the future are on today’s drawing tables. Some of those new designs surfaced this week when NASA announced the results of its Fundamental Aeronautics Program. In the 18-month exercise, heavy-hitting industrial and academic groups contemplated specific operational, environmental, and energy efficiency goals for air travel in 2030 and beyond.