Posts Tagged: technology

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Formula 1 unplugged!

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Solar powered phone charger…wow…definitely what the world needs…freedom from hunting from power sockets, especially on the move and in rural areas…and considering the billions of phones imagine how much power we will save

(via (2) Alekh Agrawal / Pinterest)

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Let the Robot Drive: The Autonomous Car of the Future Is Here | Wired Magazine | Wired.com

Though I don’t agree with many aspects of the article, can’t deny its inevitability. Considering “car” impacted our society and culture like few other things, this too will have a far reaching impact. But as the article says, the future car should be like a horse. While it will intelligently steer and avoid obstacles, the rein should be in human hands…

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Twitter - The Startup That Wouldn't Die

The pure brilliance and (as of now) innocence of the micro blogging platform. As the article says the Twitter integrates best of both worlds. Giving advertisers clear hints of a user’s interests and likings, while not divulging any private information. I feel its the best platform currently.

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"Why should you care? Because the Web is yours. It is a public resource on which you, your business, your community and your government depend. The Web is also vital to democracy, a communications channel that makes possible a continuous worldwide conversation. The Web is now more critical to free speech than any other medium."

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How Lytro's Weird Design Tells A Story About Revolutionary Tech | Co.Design: business innovation design

Stunning concept. Though they have to work on the quality of the image, but that should happen soon enough. It’s such a change to be able to click one handed and with no delay whatsoever. No holding smiles, no awkward seconds of waiting. IT’s quite path breaking must say. And to be able to change your subject after taking a image, that opens up a hole Pandora’s box.

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"How much will you pay for the universe" it says in the end. And how true. In a day where the governments spend trillions in killing humans around the world, they baulk at spending a trifle of that amount on chasing dreams. These are the stars we dreamt of (and still do), only they are racing further away from us with each rocket fired at the ground, rather than at space.

  • Neil deGrasse Tyson - We Stopped Dreaming (Episode 1) (by Scrunchthethird)
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