Never minding the legal wranglings with Honeywell, Nest Labs is on a roll lately and just announced Amazon as the latest retailer to sell the Nest Learning Thermostat. This follows similar announcements concerning Lowes and the Apple Store. Amazon is currently selling the product at its full $ 249 MSRP, but it is available through Prime, making it a little better deal than from other retailers.
This is a big move for Nest Labs. It’s also somewhat surprising that it took so long. The Nest Learning Thermostat launched late last year. As Nest notes in today’s announcement, there are 65 million people who use Amazon regularly. Personally, I check Amazon for any product before turning to other retailers.
At $ 249 the Nest Learning Thermostat is a bit pricey. It’s a hard sell even with the company’s promise that it will reduce a person’s utility bill thanks to its learning functionality and motion sensors. It’s no doubt disruptive enough to capture the attention of Honeywell’s legal hounds, which are currently arguing the thermostat is infringing on seven of its patents related to its thermostat technology and design. But this nonsense hasn’t stopped Nest Labs — at least not yet.
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Fantasy and speculative fiction author Ray Bradbury passed away yesterday at the age of 91. Best known for his dystopian classic Farheinheit 451, Ray never obtained a driver’s license in his life. I admire him for that. Especially if he still drove anyways.
Despite the numerous (and often prescient) technological predictions of his novels, he expressed skepticism about the value of the Internet to society, stating that it has reduced people’s ability to communicate and hold conversations with each other. He has also exhibited scepticism with regard to modern technology by resisting the conversion of his work into e-books and stating that
“We have too many cellphones. We’ve got too many internets. We have got to get rid of those machines. We have too many machines now.”
Bradbury has chosen a burial place at Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery and a headstone that reads “Author of Fahrenheit 451″.
“We have too many machines now.” Truly a man after my own heart. He caught a glimpse of the future, and he was worried about it — as we all should be. *burning pile of Kindles and iPads in remembrance* Rest in peace, Ray.
Call it what you will: a 22-inch Android tablet or an ARM-based desktop. Whatever nomenclature you prefer, this much is true: the Viewsonic VCD22 is an odd bird. Though it looks like just another all-in-one desktop, it packs a TI OMAP processor and runs Android 4.0, making it one of the largest mother-loving slates we’ve ever seen. With a starting price of $ 479, Gigabyte is hoping budget-minded families will snap it up, or maybe schools looking for a simple system to host interactive lessons for the kiddies. Is this ultimately a better option for classrooms than that new Chromebox we reviewed this week? We’ll save that debate for another day but for now, we’ve got hands-on photos and video of this guy in action. Meet us past the break for a closer look.
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Question by : When will nokia release a phone running Windows Phone 7? ?
I have Sprint and I am due for an update in October, will nokia release a windows phone 7 by then?
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In February the concept for the phone was revealed
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Pretty much the only place you see vacuum tubes any more is inside a quality audio amp. But, once upon a time, they were the primary ingredient in any piece of electronic equipment, including computers. The glass tubes have since been replaced with the smaller, less fragile and cheaper to manufacture silicon transistor. There are, however, disadvantages, to transistors. For one, electrons tend to move more slowly though the semiconductors, and two, they’re highly susceptible to radiation. The second of those problems doesn’t affect us much here on Earth, but for NASA it poses a major obstacle. Engineers have finally managed to combine the advantages of both vacuum tubes and silicon transistors, though, in what has been dubbed “nano vacuum tubes.” They’re created by etching tiny cavities in phosphorous-doped silicon, bordered on three sides by electrodes that form the gate, source and drain. The term “vacuum tube” is slightly misleading however, since there is no true vacuum in play. Instead, the source and drain are separated by just 150 nanometers, making it highly unlikely that flowing electrons would run into stray atoms. In addition to their space-worthy hardiness, they can also potentially operate at frequencies ten-times as higher than silicon transistors, making them a candidate to push terahertz tech from experimental to mainstream. For more, check out the source link.
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Oppo’s super-skinny Finder smartphone gets many more details, should reach pre-orders June 6th (video)
The last time we saw Oppo’s 6.65mm-thick smartphone, it was playing hard to get: we didn’t see much more than its svelte profile. Oppo is now being a little more forthcoming, both officially and otherwise. It’s now teasing the device as the Finder, and some escaped details explain just how it’s getting to that Ascend P1 S-busting dimension as well as where it sits in the smartphone pantheon. TGBus understands the Finder should use a familiar-sounding 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen — much thinner than an LCD — as well as a dual-core 1.5GHz processor of an unspecified make and the virtually pre-requisite 8-megapixel rear and 1.3-megapixel front cameras. The lot should run on a customized version of Android 4.0. If all goes to the still somewhat unofficial plan, the Finder could be ready for pre-orders on June 6th at a not-insignificant ¥3,999 ($ 631) off-contract. We’re mostly waiting on in-store dates and the possibility of snapping one up without a long flight to China.