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WIRELESS AUDIO STREAMING

Author: LaV | 17-09-2011, 07:11
Views: 179

WIRELESS AUDIO STREAMING

The playGo USB kit includes a audio sender and a audio receiver unit. Its very easy to use, a transmitter plugs into your computer’s USB port, while a receiver attaches to a set of speakers or compatible stereo equipment (stereos, speakers or headphones). The units are covered in Corian(material that is used to make kitchen countertops) and feature a cool led light along the center that glows when in use. They have a range of 75 feet.

Top 5 Coolest Gas Stations

Author: LaV | 16-09-2011, 02:17
Views: 177

Top 5 Coolest Gas Stations

5. Poshest Gas Station (Los Angeles)

5 Most Famous Paintings

Author: LaV | 16-09-2011, 01:45
Views: 534

5 Most Famous Paintings

Here’s the most famous paintings in the world ever. Famous paintings has been an inspiration to the development of culture and history. Famous artists in the world such as Edvard Munch, Vincent van Gogh, Gustav Klimt, Leonardo da Vinci and Edouard Manet has made a lot of people captivated by their works over many centuries. If you are looking for paintings that have been famous in reproduction, here’s the list of the top 5 most famous paintings in the world.

The Luncheon on the Grass by Edouard Manet

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A controversial realist painting is fourth famous painting, The Luncheon on the Grass by French painter Edouard Manet (1832 – 1883). It shows a nude woman lunching with two fully dressed men. They are in a conversation, ignoring the woman who stares directly at the viewer. The public was shocked when Manet exhibited it in 1863. Nowadays the cliche is sometimes used in advertisement but the painting has remained controversial.It hangs now in the Musee d’Orsay in Paris.

Ways to protect facebook Account Against Clickjacking, Hacking

Author: LaV | 15-09-2011, 04:58
Views: 248

Ways to protect facebook Account Against Clickjacking, Hacking

 

Five Ways Protect Facebook Account


Facebook teamed up with internet safety browsing company Web of Trust in early May in an effort to beef up the social networking site’s security settings and to prevent spamming and clickjacking—a malicious hacker technique that "tricks" web users to revealing sensitive information such as passwords and social security numbers whenever they "click" on a attractive and misleading link, such as "click here to win a free iPad2."

Facebook Security : protect Profile, Account from Clickjacking, Untrusted Sites

Arm Lamp – Unique Concept

Author: LaV | 15-09-2011, 02:58
Views: 155

Arm Lamp – Unique Concept

Another great lamp concept – Arm Lamp. We couldn’t pass by this 3D model created by Dario Cavaliere – industrial designer from Italy – in Rhino 3D. Simple, elegant and with a large number of degrees of freedom. It doesn’t have any unnecessary elements. Design is harmonious and it remains only to wait untill this lamp will find its manufacturer. And again don’t pass by collection of creative lamps.

Lexus Hybrid Bicycle

Author: LaV | 14-09-2011, 03:52
Views: 138

Lexus Hybrid Bicycle

Japanese automaker Lexus has come up with a new hybrid bicycle concept. It supplements the rider’s pedal power to the rear wheel with a 25.9V lithium-ion battery pack and a 240W electric motor driving the front wheel, making it both-wheel drive. The company says the battery of the Lexus Hybrid Bicycle requires around 2 hours for a getting a complete charge. Featuring a frame finished in carbon fiber, the hybrid bike makes use of an automatic eight-speed internal gear system to enhance your riding experience without leaving any carbon footprint.

New Look of Forest Cabin

Author: LaV | 14-09-2011, 03:51
Views: 131

New Look of Forest Cabin

To participate in the annual competition of experimental projects of novice architects PS1, a young American architect, William O’Brien, Jr. suggested the unusual “triangular” concept house. His Allandale House – a modern version of the forest cabin based on an extruded A-frame. The cabin consists of three conventional and visually identified asymmetric volumes. The skinny and highest part, which is located on the west side, contains an extensive library, wine cellar and a garage. Two floors of the widest part, which falls in the center of the house, contain bedrooms and bathrooms. The eastern part of the building consists of a living room,
kitchen and dining room.

Red-hot smartphones in the market

Author: LaV | 14-09-2011, 03:11
Views: 158

Red-hot smartphones in the market

 

To begin with, the phone we used to carry in our pockets used to be in the size of a brick and could make only calls and store phone numbers. This triggered most of the people to carry few gadgets to places they used to visit. It included a digital camera for taking pictures, a walkman player to accompany his journey, a portable hard disk or an USB to store media rich information and a laptop to browse the web. With the phone market booming in India and people getting richer and richer day by day, the feature phones have been soon replaced by smartphones, which fits in the palm of our hand, play HD videos and Music, surf the web, take high resolution pictures and play motion based games and store enormous amount of data. However the adage, smartphones aren’t that useful has come to a dead stop and is no longer applicable.

Here are the top 5 smartphones which are all set and highly potential to rule the market by having added unique functionalities. Take a look at it and then take your pick:

10 Hackers Who Made History

Author: LaV | 13-09-2011, 04:43
Views: 191

10 Hackers Who Made History

The computer world has a rich history of hackers who steered the progress of computer science and gave shape to computers, the internet, and networking as we see it today - in some cases single-handedly. While the term “Hacker” today carries a negative connotation of an ill-intentioned computer genius, that’s only a small portion of what the word really means. Yes, there are the Black Hat hackers behind internet mayhem, thievery, and chaos, but there are also White Hat hackers who use their computer savvy for good. There’s also a different kind of hacker entirely: the tinkerer. They all played parts, big and small, in creating the computer world as it exists today. We’ve put together a list of 10 great hackers who all played a part in this history.

Konrad Zuse

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It all begins with Konrad Zuse, arguably the very first computer hacker. He may not have been a hacker in the modern sense of the word, but none of it would have been possible without him. You see, Zuse made the world’s very first fully programmable (Turing-complete as they say) computer, known as the Z3. It began, of course, as the Z1, and while it wasn’t built in a cave with a box of scraps, Zuse did build it himself in his parents’ apartment, completing it in 1938. Zuse eventually gained some backing by the German government, leading to the evolution from the Z1 to the Z3, which, complete in 1941, is considered the mother of modern computing.

Creative Coffee Tables

Author: LaV | 12-09-2011, 06:13
Views: 173

Creative Coffee Tables

It’s always a big pleasure to feature works of really talanted artist. And it’s a double pleasure to do it twice. That was happen with industrial designer from Bulgaria Svilen Gamolov. We’ve already shown you beautiful coffee tables from this designer. Todays post is full of his new concepts of coffee tables. Each concept is absolutely unique and extremely creative. Just look at them!