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Emerging technology often needs a halo app to lure us in. For the upcoming Leap Motion controller, that app could come through the unusual (if welcome) channel of Double Fine’s Dropchord. The game’s exact mechanics are a mystery, but the music focus and exclusively gesture-based input should finally reward those who’ve spent years shredding invisible guitars. Gamers who don’t want to spring for a peripheral just to get one game will have the option of an iOS version sometime after Leap Motion gets first crack on May 13th. Knowing Double Fine’s reputation in motion gaming, the extra hardware just might be worthwhile — see Giant Bomb‘s proof after the break.
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Trying to find a mobile hotspot that’s a bit less mobile? Rogers’ exclusive LTE Rocket Hub might be the pick for you, delivering 40 Mbps ordinary download speeds with support for up to 15 simultaneous wireless tool connections. LTE service is currently offered in 28 cities above the border, however places without the current network can hop on HSPA + to get connected. The component is set to ship beginning August 2nd, and unlike the provider’s existing Rocket Mobile Hotspot, this bigger taste will certainly require an electrical outlet– however with more than a dozen hookups and a 10 event LTE cap (which we presume applies here as well), you will certainly require to unplug once in a while. More information at the source link below.
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Believe it or not, there hasn’t been an official distributor for Microsoft software in Iraq in the near-decade since it’s even been an option; if you wanted Windows or Office in the past several years, your choices were limited and seldom legal. Baghdad’s Legend Lands is filling those big shoes through a deal with Microsoft that will see it provide both official copies, support, and other help for Iraqis that want to take the honest path. Stores across the country will take care of everything from large-scale government orders down to a Tikrit family’s first home PC. The move won’t completely quash piracy concerns, but it’s a big step towards normalcy in technology for the desert nation.
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The folk at Sandia Labs work on all sorts of interesting projects, and the latest thing to fan our utopian dreams is this experimental smart power outlet. Unlike most monitoring set-ups, it can measure and control electric load without being connected to a central management system. The outlet comprises four receptacles, each with voltage and current sensors and a small computer which shuttles data over an Ethernet bridge. This autonomous style of operation could lead to more intelligent power grids that self-monitor, adapt and integrate with other grids without complex infrastructure updates. Other benefits include removing large points of failure, desirable in any network, and simpler home power monitoring systems. Sandia Labs’ prototype could also improve effectiveness of variable output energy sources such as wind and solar, thanks to its ability to compensate for flux in energy production — which might come in handy.
There’s always a few unexpected devices to be found, and we just caught a glimpse of one such device at CES Unveiled this evening from an OEM called Powertech Industries. Called the Ultra Slim, it’s an outlet expander that gives any regular electrical outlet a pair of USB power sockets — without the wiring required of more permanent solutions like FastMac’s U-Socket. The Ultra Slim is just that, as it’s only about half inch thick, and has a unique folding collapsible plug on the back to keep its trim figure. Its thin profile is also able to accommodate the depth of regular plugs with extending sections in the back. The adapters we saw were prototypes, though production will begin in earnest this July and Powertech plans to find a retailer willing to rebrand and sell them to the public for an as-yet-undetermined price. A full gallery of pics of the adapter awaits below.
Sean Cooper contributed to this report.
This is a series of clever wall decals to apply near electric outlets/light switches. They were designed to add a little
pizza pizazz to what would normally be considered an eyesore. And speaking of eyesores — I let my fingernails grow real long, right? Well I think I cut my eyeball trying to take my contacts out last night. Like, I accidentally carved a little chunk out of my eyeball trying to pinch my contact off. I know this because I actually had to pick that Jello-y shit out from under my fingernails. Are you getting sick yet? I’m trying to make you sick.
Hit the jump for a bunch more (including a couple environmentally motivated ones) and a link to the product site.
Clearly, theft is wrong. But what about that ethical grey area? You’ve heard the example before: the man with no job steals bread for his family to survive. Wrong or right? I’d have to lean toward the “right” side, although that doesn’t make the situation fair for the baker, who just lost a loaf of bread. So what would you say if the father was a 23-year-old homeless American named Shaun Fawster, his family was his smartphone, and the bread was electricity to feed it? Still kind of ok, but also still unfair?
I’m trying to find an abercrombie kids outlet in nj or somewhere near it. if menlo doesnt have an abercrombie outlet, could you try to find some abercrombie kids outlets in nj, ny, or maine? thanks.
- 8-outlet surge protector with extra-long 12-foot cord
- Ideal solution for computers, laser printers, telephones, and home-theater systems
- Outlets include sliding safety covers; detachable cord-management clip for cable organization
- Right-angle plug keeps cord close to the wall
- Belkin Lifetime Warranty and $200,000 Connected Equipment Warranty
This Belkin Home/Office Series Surge Protector provides premium power protection for both home and professional workstations, and all connected devices. Our decades of research and development have led us to the release of this breakthrough series. We’ve used advanced design elements, top-quality construction, and superior circuitry and components to provide the most complete protection from power surges, spikes, and AC contamination available. Belkin backs this model with industry-best Lifetime Product and Connected Equipment Warranties. This Home/Office Series model protects professional workstations, laser printers, telephones, home-theater systems, and everyday household electronics. Its slim, sleek design blends seamlessly with today’s modern electronics and appliances. This Home/Office Series model features a detachable cord-management clip that helps organize your cables.Amazon.com Product Description
You’ve got a lot of money invested in your home computer and peripherals, so you need to protect them. The Belkin BE108230-12 8-Outlet Home/Office Surge Protector with Ethernet/Coaxial Protection is designed to give you the peace of mind you need in case a power disturbance hits your home.
Keeping the Computers Running
As the demand for electricity to feed our hi-tech appetite increases, the likelihood of power interruptions and problems are also increasing. In addition to problems caused by the increasing severity of storms across the country, power experts are predicting that increasing power demand will soon put most major population centers at risk for severe power problems. As you know, power lulls and surges can severely damage your electronic equipment and even destroy your invaluable data.
The 8-Outlet Home/Office Surge Protector provides premium power protection for both home and professional workstations. In addition to protection your computer, this protector is the ideal solution for all of your sensitive electronic equipment. It’s built to protect professional workstations, laser printers, telephones, home-theater systems, and everyday household electronics. It even includes a connections to protect your telephone and coaxial lines.
The surge protection features advanced design elements, high-quality construction, and superior circuitry and components that combine to provide the most complete protection from power surges, spikes, and AC contamination. Each of the outlets include sliding safety covers, and a detachable cord-management clip will help you organize your cables and keep your desk clutter free. A right-angle plug helps you better manage your furniture by keeping the 12-foot cord close to the wall, and the protector’s slim, sleek design will blend seamlessly with today’s modern electronics and appliances.
This Belkin 8-Outlet Home/Office Surge Protector with Ethernet/Coaxial Protection is backed by a Belkin Lifetime Warranty and a $200,000 Connected Equipment Warranty.
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- Number of Outlets: 7
- Receptacle Style: NEMA 5-15R
- Input Frequency: 50/60 Hz +/- 5 Hz (auto sensing)
- Surge energy rating: 420 Joules
- Peak Current Common Mode: 20 kAmps
APC P7GT Power-Saving Essential SurgeArrest 7 outlet, with phone line protection/ 120V