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Sprint Boosts Clearwire Buyout OffPDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 23 June 2013
It’s been quite awhile when Sprint has duly announce that they will be buying out Clearwire’s spectrum, in which the respective acquisition is still taking place, with not much of a progress from both parties, up until now. Apparently, both Sprint and Dish are battling out each other for taking over the 50 percent controlling stake in Clearwire, in which the battle is pushing Clearwire’s stock prices up higher.

For your info, Dish offered $4.40 per share just last month for Clearwire, following Sprint’s offer of $3.40 per share bid that was made sometime in December. And judging by the fact that Dish is ahead in the bid, Sprint has made a new buyout offer of $5 per share, which would push Clearwire’s overall market value at $14 billion. Of course, Clearwire’s CLWR trading price jumped to a new height following the bidding offer.

Sprint Boosts Clearwire Buyout Offer to $5 Per Share, $14 Billion Valuation

 
Drums and PercussionPDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 23 June 2013
My dad taught me how to play the drums when I was only 10 years old, whereby he would spend precious hours in the garage with me, teaching me how to beat some of the coolest drum tunes. Generally, I still retain the original Drums & Percussion set that was given to my by my father, and over the past couple of decades, I have replaced some of the drums with new ones, as the old one simply gave way. To tell you the truth, drums are extremely loud, and that is why I built a special sound-proof room inside my house, which I use for my drumming sessions. Often, I invite some of my music jamming friends over for a jamming session too, and I find such experiences to be simply exhilarating.
 
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Electric DriPDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 08 June 2013
Now, Mercedes started their EV venture just a couple of years back, and it looks like their EVs are already breaking the speed record – even though they have not officially released any EVs at mass production ratio. Nevertheless, Mercedes’ latest SLS AMG, definitely would turn heads when driven, as this particular machine was the one that broke Nurburgring EV lap record.

The Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Electric Drive broke the speed record at 7 minutes and 56 seconds, which the previous record was held by Audi’s R8 E-tron. The Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Electric Drive has 751 horse power, which is a mighty beast indeed. Of course, breaking the speed record would definitely place the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Electric Drive firmly ahead of their competitors by a huge margin. Well, if you have half a million dollars, perhaps you should seriously consider dropping the dough for the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Electric Drive.

Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Electric Drive Breaks Nurburgring EV Lap Record

 
Credit Card HoldersPDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 08 June 2013
Do you know that electronic pick pocketing is very surreal yet possible in the 21st century? In fact, anyone with the technological knowledge can hook up with an electronic scanner to scan through the entire area for RFID cards like your credit card. And once the electronic chip is scanned, the sensitive data that is stored on the card would be stolen by the perpetrator, and the data would be used for his criminal activities. Nevertheless, there are ways to block electronic pick pocketing, whereby you can place your RFID cards inside a device that would block the scanning signals. And if you are specifically searching for such a blocking device, I would recommend you to take a closer at these credit card holders by www.idstronghold.com. The respective company knows what it takes to safeguard your sensitive information stored on RFIDs, and I would definitely recommend you to take a closer look at their RFID blocking solutions.
 
Graphene Camera Sensors Said to bePDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 01 June 2013
Over the past year, graphene has gained tremendous limelight when it comes to the microprocessor industry, as clearly, this super material is touted to be the next generation microprocessor that can perform processing that is many times faster than current technology. Nevertheless, it looks like graphene is set to break yet another work record, as scientists at Singapore claimed that they have discovered that graphene is more sensitive to light as compared to current materials.

Apparently, the researchers at the Nanyang Technological University have developed an image sensor using graphene, and this particular sensor is 1,000 times better at capturing light when compared to traditional CMOS or CCD sensors, and it uses 10 times lesser energy in the process too. Well, if the graphene camera sensor do materialize, it would eventually end up in surveillance equipment and satellites, and then subsequently to consumer goods like cameras found on your smartphones.

Graphene Camera Sensors Said to be 1,000 Times More Sensitive to Light

 
Custom MattressPDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 01 June 2013
When it comes to my bed, I always spend the extra dollars in getting a superior mattress, as I value a good night’s sleep, and an extremely comfortable mattress can reduce chances of getting stiff necks and joint pains. Nevertheless, if you are shopping for a good custom mattress for your home, I would recommend you to shop for one via www.foambymail.com. The respective website sells various types of mattresses that are made from different materials like foam, memory foam, latex, and many more. On the other hand, www.foambymail.com also sells seats and cushions, pet beds, foam sacks, and many more. Please visit www.foambymail.com if you require more info on their custom mattresses.