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Founder James Park Reports That Fitbit Users Average About 6,000 Steps A Day, Introduces Us To The Flex
The Fitbit pedometer is a fun way to track your everyday perambulations. They ’ ve introduced a number of products over the past year consisting of the One and the Aria scale.
At CES company just announced the Fitbit Flex, a small wrist-worn pedometer that syncs wirelessly with your phone or PC and, in a globe apparently loaded with pedometers these days, is a cool little gadget.
We rested with James Park, founder, and discussed the service and the brand-new pedometer. He kept in mind that numerous users are amazed by how few steps they take each day which the average energetic Fitbit individual hits about 6,000 steps a day.
The Flex will be delivering later this year for $ 99.
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Concern by ♫ ♫ ♫ ♫ ♫: When will the typical width of a tv be 1mm?
considering the new oled displays it does not seem to be too far ahead. will screens be like a poster?
Answer by benskie1not in our lifetime. unless nanotechnology takes a giant leap. Provide your response to this concern below!
Not exactly a huge surprise here, but a new study out from NPD DisplaySearch today has confirmed that the trend towards larger screens in continuing at a steady pace in all but a few key areas. The big exception is “mobile PCs,” which NPD defines as laptops and tablets for its purposes. That area dropped from a 13.6-inch average in 2010 to 12.1-inch in 2012 (with an ever so slight increase to 12.2-inches projected for 2013), a drop that represents a ten percent decrease overall and is largely attributed to the growth of tablets . All other areas have seen small to significant growth in recent years, with LCD TVs growing 9 percent, mobile phones increasing 38 percent, and portable media players jumping 29 percent. The biggest growth, by far, comes in OLED TVs, which have gone from a mere 15-inch average in 2010 to an average of 55-inches today — a growth of 267 percent.
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Drawing from old console games and VHS tapes, artist and horror aficionado Max Capacity has actually developed undoubtedly lots of pieces of pixel art and kinetic animated GIFs. Mr. Capacity favors retro images and lines or glitches of the kind discovered on worn-out analog media, making audiences observe exactly what’s failed with the image as much as to the action inside the structure.
After numerous years on Tumblr, Capability has actually been talked to by the site’s Storyboard weblog. In the video below, he describes a couple of his creative sensibilities, consisting of a penchant for distortion that makes a few of his GIFs resemble “seeing a bad tape on an old TELEVISION, where you can’t fairly get the color scheme right.” Although his work wouldn’t keep an eye out of location at a new …
Question by Plain Jim: How can I make my iPad unusable if stolen by an average person?
My iPad 2 says after 10 failed attempts that all data will be erased and back to factory settings.
I have a pass code lock that’s nearly impossible to hack for ordinary people.
Are there anyway I can make it so that if someone steals my iPad that it will be useless for them?
Or can that be beaten somehow?
I’m talking only for the average “joe”. Not experts.
Answer by Nitesh
i think there is a way just go to google and search for this and u hav suggestions
Add your own answer in the comments!
This is a picture of Flickr user clickflashwhirr (links to all her portraits), who’s taken a picture of herself in the exact same position for over 500 days. Then, artist/possible stalker Tiemen Rapati took those photos and combined them into a single one by “[counting] the individual RGB values for each pixel and for each portrait, and [dividing] those values by the number of portraits.” So, in summary, clickflashwhirr is vain as f*** and Teimen is more than a little on the creepy side.
Thanks to Eyecrusties, who — are you trying to tell me I need to wash my face?!
Hard to believe that Microsoft’s been offering consumers the ability to customize their Zune purchases for the better part of four years now, but as they say, all unbelievable things must one day face reality. Er, something to that effect. Without so much as a heads-up, the designers in Redmond have apparently decided to shutter the Zune Originals storefront. As of this weekend, no new orders for highly personalized Zunes are being taken, with interested Earthlings encouraged to throw creativity to the wind and opt for a mass produced alternative within Best Buy or Walmart. So, you’re looking at two tidbits of import: if you placed your Originals order at 5PM PT on July 1st, you likely have quite the coveted device headed your way, and if you ever needed evidence that Microsoft was making WP7 its next Zune, well… you’re welcome.
[Thanks to everyone who sent this in]
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Average DRAM in tablets to rise in 2011-report
The amount of dynamic random access memory (DRAM) in media tablets will jump 147 percent in 2011 to an average of 676 megabytes (MB), according to a new research.
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iPad Trash Talk from HP, Dell Sounds Like Sour Grapes
Apple is destroying both companies in the tablet market, and there’s not a whole lot they can say or do about it.
Read more on PC World
Asus Eee Slate Review: Windows 7 Tablet Done Right
Asus has earned our Editor’s Choice award with their impressive new Windows 7 tablet, the Eee Slate EP121. This 12.1″ tablet features a superb 1280 x 800 pixel AFFS display that’s both capacitive multi-touch and pen-friendly with an active …
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J.D. Power, that well known arbiter of human opinion in the United States, has just released its latest study on customer satisfaction with wireless carriers. It addresses such things as (the lack of) dropped calls, failures to connect, voice distortion, echoes, static, and late-arriving text messages, and ultimately churns out a rating out of five stars relative to the regional average and other carriers. In testing done between July and December last year, Verizon had the best or tied for the best satisfaction ratings in five of the six studied areas, while AT&T and Sprint traded blows for second and T-Mobile had to admit defeat as the laggard of the top four. US Cellular managed to score highest in the North Central region, but J.D. Power’s overall assessment isn’t very rosy for any of the carriers — the stats collector says growing smartphone usage, heavy texting and more indoor calls are collectively causing call quality to stagnate, and even warns that “increased adoption of smartphones and wireless tablets may continue to compromise the quality of network service.”
Continue reading J.D. Power: Verizon has best call quality nationwide, T-Mobile consistently below average
Question by Jm180p: What is the average of getting a kinect For 360 this holiday season?
I want to get a kinect this Christmas but im worry that is it going to be easy or hard to get. give me an answers please.
Answer by CRAIG90455
they will be everywhere
only thing to worry about is price
unless your buying it a few days before in which they might be out of stock
What do you think? Answer below!