People shopping for Adidas trainers may soon be able to use an in-store touch-screen interactive wall display that shows them the full range of shoes in 3-D in all available colours and sizes: the system is expected to appear in May.... (First reactions after our event in Shannon last week http://bit.ly/hLELEn #IntelIreland (via @ZDNetUK_News))
When The Jetsons first aired in 1962, it predicted a world where creature comforts were all taken care of, menial tasks were minimal, and technology had conquered all but human ennui. But though George Jetson lived in the ridiculously far-off time of 2062, Americans enjoy many of their science-fiction-y gizmos today. (RT @life: 'Jetsons' Gadgets That Came True - http://on.life.com/fNFt1R)
Canon is voicing its support for the new connection standard from Intel. This follows Apple, which already uses the tech on its MacBook Pros. Read this blog post by Brooke Crothers on Nanotech - The Circuits Blog. (Canon backs Intel's Thunderbolt tech http://cnet.co/gLNh0y)
Here is the fourth post of a series I’m going to be posting every Tuesday called the Cities Photography Series. The goal is to showcase photography from various cities around the world. I’m first going to be focusing on cities of the United States. The city that I’m showcasing this week is Seattle. This is a collection of images displaying some of Seattle’s popular sites along with some great views of the city. (RT @sdwhaven: Cities Photography Series: Seattle http://bit.ly/fjrxTW)
Muraglia - Bari, Italy It’s one of my favourite parts of my hometown. It isn’t beautiful? (Photo: Muraglia - Bari, Italy It’s one of my favourite parts of my hometown. It isn’t beautiful? http://tumblr.com/x1j1twr612)
Italy became a country just 150 years ago and Turin, its first capital, is hosting the birthday celebrations. John Brunton picks the best of this fascinating city (Tomorrow is Italy's birthday and Turin is the city of the celebration!! http://bit.ly/gwUNX9)
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