A World of Glass by Corning

A world made of glass? This is a video that goes into showing how ubiquitous glass display technology being researched by Corning could work in a variety of forms.

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Google Asks do you Go Mo? #adweekCA

On Wednesday Jesse Haines of Google came to Toronto from NYC to talk to advertisers and agencies at Advertising Week Canada about mobile.

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The Origami – Parents will Love it

The Origami is the world’s first power-folding stroller: at the touch of a button, it folds itself. It’s also the world’s first cell phone-charging, mileage-counting, LCD-sporting stroller, with generators in the rear wheels that charge the stroller as you walk. Plus, the Origami has daytime running lights, pathway lights for low-light conditions, and sensors that detect when a child’s in the seat (so it’ll never fold by accident). From power folding to cell phone charging, it’s everything a stroller should be.

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I Need This – Parrot AR.Drone

Now I know that the Partiot AR. Drone has been around for a bit but boy every time I see it I want one a little more.

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The New Google Bar

The New Google Bar Replaces the Black Bar that we have gotten to know and love or hate over the last year or so. This new bar is meant to unify how you use Google products by making it consistent across Google’s products and services.

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Visual.ly the Site Launches – Test their Data to (Info)Graphic Generator

Now that Visual.ly has officially launched we can start to see what kind of site it will be. You can test out their auto generated infographic maker on their main page. It takes your twitter information to build a simple infographic based on your twitter information or you can have a twitter stats battle and …

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RIM’s Playbook from #CES

Ever since I learned about QNX I have been wondering what RIM’s tablet was going to be like. So far it looks like a really slick device that uses established web technologies like Flash and HTML5 rather well. Here is another look at it from CES. I wonder if it will have an email app …

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Wikileaks – Have you taken a look?

I didn’t really give any thought to Wikileaks and relied on the media to inform me but taking a look at all the documents is mind boggling. To think that they have created a library of classified material and made it available to the public is a groundbreaking and scary thing. I think that what …

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3D Printer #expensive but #mewant

I love the idea of a 3D printer and I know they exist but to actually see one in action is more than just novel it is down right cool. I wonder what the future will be for the technology but I so want one right now. The first time I would grab a bag …

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Innovative Road Building Machine

via toxel.com I thought this was very awesome. I love brick roads and here is a machine that makes it that much easier for everyone involved. It can do up to 400 meters a day and I am sure that anyone involved would be happy they don’t have to do it by hand. Posted via …

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