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Senate Denies Navy Missile-destroyPDF Print E-mail
Monday, 20 June 2011
Let’s face it – the US government has tremendous amount of secrets, and most of these secrets have yet to be disclosed to the public, particularly secrets concerning their military technology. Well, we all know that the government is secretly developing Star Wars technology, which involves the usage of lasers that can be used to disable rogue missiles, but as you should have guessed it – the senate has just recently denied rumors of a navy missile-destroying laser funding.

Surely, there has been significant amount of proof that the military is indeed has the intention of developing such a weapon. However, according to the defense authorization bill from the Senate Armed Services Committee, it seems that the respective project was simply too expensive to be carried out, and researchers have yet to discover the best method to power the weapon from a ship. But if the project did continue, it is projected that the project might be completed sometime in 2020.

Senate Denies Navy Missile-destroying Laser Funding

 
Hybrid Digital CameraPDF Print E-mail
Monday, 20 June 2011
Modern digital cameras are equipped with an elaborative range of functionalities, such as video recording capability, night-shot capability, and the latest feature is none other than the hybrid digital camera. Basically, such cameras include something called the hybrid GPS system, in which the GPS system is responsible for geo-tagging the images based on the exact location from the GPS signal. In fact, the geo-tagging functionality allows viewers to search for related photos that are tagged on a specific location, which improves the usability of the camera system. Of course, if you are searching for a hybrid digital camera that offers such features, then perhaps you should take a closer look at the Casio EX-H20G.
 
Device Analyzer Android StudyPDF Print E-mail
Monday, 20 June 2011
As smartphones continue to be enhanced tremendously over the years, these devices are also creating privacy issues amongst users. In fact, there have been several lawsuits that centers on user privacy issues in the past, in which smartphone manufacturers like BlackBerry were sued for collecting user data discreetly, which violates one’s privacy rights.

Surprisingly, there is a group that wants their data to be collected, whereby more than 1,000 participants have allowed to give a group of University of Cambridge researchers to collect their data discreetly at the background, with the intention of ultimately looking at their smartphone usage patterns. Of course, the researchers have promised to strip all the necessary personal information from the data collected, in order to extend the privacy.

Device Analyzer Android Study

 
SkullcandyPDF Print E-mail
Monday, 20 June 2011
For your info, the Skullcandy isn’t a type of candy – it’s actually a brand name for high quality headphones and ear buds. Basically, skullcandy offers several types of ear buds and headphone selections, such as the basic ear buds, ear pads, foldable headbands, ordinary headbands, as well as listening devices with noise cancellation capabilities. Surely, if you are searching for a convenient way to purchase the Skullcandy, www.jr.com offers an extended range of these products. In fact, there are over 40 Skullcandy products that are listed on their web catalog, and most of the items come with free shipping offer too. To view some of these Skullcandy headphones, visit www.jr.com for more info.
 
Receipt RacerPDF Print E-mail
Monday, 20 June 2011
If you love playing classic games from the 80s, chances are, you’d also be interested in playing the Receipt Racer. As insane as the name implies, the Receipt Racer is actually a game that is played on your ordinary receipt printer – plus some minor modifications. Apparently, Joshua Noble and another two of his friends have created a game title called the Receipt Racer using a thermal receipt printer that is modded to include a light beamer to represent the car, and a DS3 controller to control the light across the terrain printed by the printer.

Basically, his team coded a game using the openFrameworks, and your task is to navigate the beam of light across the receipt without crashing. Although the game concept is potentially wasteful for receipt papers, still I believe that it’s something rather hilarious. Of course, there’s a web-based version of this game available – so perhaps you ought to give the game a try instead?

Receipt Racer

 
Bluetooth Barcode ScannerPDF Print E-mail
Monday, 20 June 2011
The standard barcode scanner has evolved tremendously over the years, whereby the latest barcode scanner comes with Bluetooth connectivity, as well as other indispensable functionalities. Surely, such wireless barcode scanner offers extended usability, whereby it has enhanced mobility while eliminating the messy cluster of wires at the table. If you want to purchase a bluetooth barcode scanner for your POS system, you’d be delighted to know that www.posguys.com offers an extensive range of these supplies. The web store sells several types of barcode scanners, such as low to high volume barcode scanners, 2D imagers, cordless barcode scanners, and also contact barcode scanners. And as part of their value added services, www.posguys.com will ship your purchases for free when you purchase more than $100 in a single order. For barcode scanners, try www.posguys.com.
 
AT&T Bringing WiFi to 20 NYC ParksPDF Print E-mail
Monday, 13 June 2011
If you live in New York, I believe that you must be highly aware of the government’s efforts in deploying a free wireless network around the city. One of the most noticeable efforts is none other than the free wireless service which can be found at NYC parks. Nevertheless, the wireless service would be enjoying yet another boost, whereby AT&T has made a pledge just recently that they will be bringing WiFi connectivity to at least 20 NYC parks.

Mayor Bloomberg and AT&T head honcho Randall Stephenson announced a 5-year plan to provide gratis WiFi at 26 locations in 26 of New York City’s parks. Apparently, the free AT&T WiFi service is already freely available at Battery Bosque in Battery Park, around the recreation center at Thomas Jefferson Park in East Harlem, and also at the the north-end playground in Joyce Kilmer Park in the Bronx. AT&T plans to roll out their service to another 23 locations this summer.

AT&T Bringing WiFi to 20 NYC Parks

 
Steel Drum from DrumsOfSteel.comPDF Print E-mail
Monday, 13 June 2011
Stainless steel is one of the most widely used metals for a huge variety of consumer products, such as stainless steel drums, pails, barrels, and even buckets. And if you are particularly searching for a company that specializes in manufacturing such products, then perhaps you should take a closer look at the stell drum from drumsofsteel.com. Mutual Stamping & Manufacturing Co. has more than 3 decades of experience in the respective field, and they also promise to deliver stainless steel products with the highest qualities. Also, the company has established themselves as one of the leading stainless steel supplier for various industries, namely the industrial and specialty chemical industry, transportation and warehousing, environmental and waste management, and also the food and beverage industry too. Visit www.drumsofsteel.com for more info on Mutual Stamping & Manufacturing Co.
 
Verizon: Droid X2, Revolution, TroPDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 02 June 2011
Well, well, well – the smartphone market in North America is definitely extremely competitive indeed, and Verizon has just recently showcased the latest smartphones that would be offered under their latest packages. Basically, the Droid X2, Revolution, Trophy, and Xperia Play would soon be available under Verizon’s offerings, and I find the subsidized prices to be definitely very enticing indeed.

For example, the LG Revolution, a LTE-capable smartphone, will be up for grabs for $250. And as for the Droid X2, the price is undercut to $200, and it even comes with a dual-core Tegra 2 processor, and with enhanced resolution of gHD (960x540). There’s also the Xperia Play from Sony Ericsson, but most interestingly, the HTC Windows Phone, Trophy, can be yours for $150 on a 2-year contract.

Verizon: Droid X2, Revolution, Trophy, and Xperia Play

 
Promise Ring EtiquettePDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 02 June 2011
To my knowledge, a promise ring is a ring that is usually presented for pre-engagement purposes, but there are also circumstances where these promise rings are also used as a token to remind and uphold certain promises that are made. Surely, one should always follow the proper promise ring etiquette when presenting these rings, and to find out more about these etiquettes, MakeMyPromiseRing.com can furnish you with additional details on the subject. The respective website contains resourceful information on promise rings, and the etiquettes that are involved, and the website can also guide you into getting the perfect promise ring as well. To find out more about promise rings, try MakeMyPromiseRing.com.