Monthly Archives: June 2010

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Kylo – the free web browser for your kick-back big TV screen needs

Kylo is a free big screen web browser designed to make it easy to surf and turf on a big screen television. We’re talking big buttons, low clutter, large on-screen keyboard and a zoom and pan feature. So we now have custom browsers for tiny mobile phone screens and also for super large living room screens, and it makes perfect sense. The idea of a single standard browser for all environments is not sensible, although I do wonder how hard it would be…

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USB Roving Missile Launcher – Mutually assured amusement

Still playing with those USB missile launchers that sit on a desk? Pfft. Check out the USB Roving Missile Launcher. Controlled via software and a plugin USB 2.4GHz transmitter you can steer the tank, raise and lower the launcher and shoot the missiles up to 4 meters. 34.95 Desk defence is set to make a huge leap forwards with this Roving USB Missile Launcher. Up until now USB Missile Launchers, whilst able to rotate and alter their elevation, have been…

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USB Roving Missile Launcher – Mutually assured amusement
hmm..interesting June 1, 2010 posted by

Are mobile phones affecting the bees?

This report from The Telegraph in the UK reports on some Indian research which appears to show that the worrying decline in honey bees could be caused by our increasing use of mobile phones. Apparently the scientist stuck a mobile phone into a bee hive and powered it on every day for 30 minutes. After three months the number of bees in the hive had drastically declined, the Queen had reduced her egg laying and the bees had stopped producing honey. Pretty serious…

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Notify dot me – your online web butler

Notify.me is a new online service which tracks sites and services you are interested in, and delivers updates to your mobile phone, IM, email inbox or a dedicated desktop app. So for instance, you can set up a tracker for your Facebook or Flickr accounts, as well as various sites you enjoy reading. Think of it as a glorified RSS reader on steroids. The cool thing is the ability to deliver updates to your mobile phone, as this gives you…

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