Electrolux has launched a vacuum cleaner that not only cleans your house like a normal vacuum cleaner but also helps to ‘green’ the World. How does it work? Electrolux’s vacuum cleaner, Ultrasilencer Green is made with 55% recycled plastic and consumes 33% less energy than a standard cleaner in the market. More than 90% of its body also can be recycled, as claimed by Electrolux.
Great news for Google Mobile users on Blackberry devices. First introduced back in November 2008 for iPhone users only, the Voice Search and My Location applications immediately became the ‘talk of the town’. And now Blackberry users can finally join the crowd.
Comes 31 March 2009, SanDisk’s much awaited Sansa slotRadio player will finally hit the shelves. Retailing at $99.99, the Sansa slotRadio will come packaged together with a microSD preloaded with 1000 of today’s most popular songs and music for your listening pleasure.
One of the watch leading companies, Timex has unveiled a wide-screen digital watch named Expedition WS4. The WS4 is a sporty watch that combines functionality with cool style. It definitely will be one of the best choices for the young outdoor adventurer.
Google has launched a new Image Search page for Android, iPhone and iPod Touch. These users can experience image searching right from their device browser just like how they access Google images on their computer. This service is, however, available in US, UK and Japan only.
Last Pass had recently released their latest version of online password manager, LastPass 1.50. There are plenty of online password manager available to users i.e. Passpack, Clipperz and RoboForm, just to name a few examples. Of all these, Last Pass comes in strongest and the best part is, it’s available for FREE.
Not getting enough of the latest iPod Shuffle by Apple? Let’s slice this ‘little apple’ and take a really close look inside. The 10.7grams iPod Shuffle contains a single integrated circuit (IC), a battery and some user interface components.
Did you ever know that your mobile phone is at risk from viruses? These types of viruses would not attack your mobile phone but they are dangerous to mobile phone users. Users can be infected diseases like the common cold, flu bugs, SARS, etc. Research has shown that the mobile phone is one of the major carriers of bacteria due to constant handling.
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