This is awesome. Herman Miller has announced that it will start making the iconic Eames Molded Chair in fiberglass… again. The fiberglass chairs were discontinued from production in 1989 and ever since then, the iconic chairs that decorate modern ho…
Project Ophelia to Hit Stores in July for $100 Dell’s Project Ophelia, a PC the size of a USB stick, will start shipping in July for roughly $100. The Android-based device, which was unveiled at the 2013 CES in January, enables users to change any capable TV or monitor into an “interactive personal display device” [...]
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Dish’s future networking portfolio could grow quite quickly based on a new report that the satellite TV provider is going after the bankrupt wireless venture’s spectrum.
Major Internet service providers in the United States have long taken a beating in customer satisfaction surveys, but the latest survey from the American Customer Satisfaction Index has the grimmest news yet for American ISPs: They now have the lowest customer satisfaction ranking of any industry in America, worse than even airlines, health insurance companies and gas stations. The survey shows that American consumers are particularly unhappy with ISPs’ call center service, with the variety of Internet plans they offer and with their quality of online video streaming. Comcast lay at the very bottom of the American ISP customer satisfaction heap, with an overall score of just 62 out of 100. It was followed closely by Time Warner Cable, which
Real-time parking startup ParkMe wants to help find you parking — in real-time. The company, which originally started out on the Web, has been making a big push behind mobile apps, which is really smart, because most times when you’re looking for parking, you’re not on a PC, but you have a smartphone nearby. And it just launched on Android.
The company was founded in 2009 — the product that it initially built, and the one that’s still highlighted on the HasOffers website, is a system that helps ad networks and agencies manage their performance-based programs. (Those agencies and ad networks include Bucksense, Tapjoy, and Sponsorpay.)
This awesome 8-bit retro music video from Joe Presser is a classic tale of love: boy meets girl, boy runs away from girl, girl undergoes grueling training regimen to hunt down boy and deliver smooches. It’s like Forrest Gump but in reverse.Read more…..
Though building out the armor required for an Iron Man suit is obviously (some would say imposingly) impressive, re-creating the detailed webbing and lithe nature of Spider-Man’s suit is just as incredible a feat. MoonSpider shared the Spider-Man suit…