Sunday, January 31, 2010
There’s no extent to the way computer mice have transformed in tech over the last few years, but they have still not changed in style. To lure the vulnerable consumers and other who’re fed up with the orthodox styled mice and the trouble associated with them, a Canadian firm, Deanmark Ltd has introduced the AirMouse – that can be worn like a glove.
Saturday, January 30, 2010
Bamboo is the stuff of green dreams these days. Not only is it a winning combination of strong, lightweight and flexible; it also scores highly in the sustainable stakes, being super fast growing and easy to harvest locally in many parts of the world.
Friday, January 29, 2010
Thursday, January 28, 2010
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Today's cars are so full of computerized electronics, one serious electromagnetic pulse could stop any car built after the mid-'70s in an instant. Canadian company Eureka Aerospace might be able to do that with its High-Powered Electromagnetic System (HPEMS).
Anecdotal evidence suggests that cheese and biogas go together like - aw heck, let’s cut the cheese jokes and get straight to the point. The Holmes Cheese Co. is installing a wastewater treatment system at its Millersburg, Ohio factory that will double as a sustainable biogas recovery plant, thus joining a growing number of cheeseries that are generating their own sustainable energy to power equipment.
Monday, January 25, 2010
Designed for the Milan Design Week, the iTables by Italian artist Mirko Ginepro is a collection of trendy coffee tables that resembles an iPod, giving a geeky look to modern living spaces. Finished in corian, the one of a kind furniture just becomes ideal for indoor as well as outdoor use.