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Mini Projector from Sony can be used as a Powerbank

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Sony has a mini-sized pico projector that fits in your pocket and can be taken anywhere. The pico projector named MPCL1 offered by Sony with a price of US$350. The projector can also be used to charge the gadget.

This projector can be used to project images or videos with a resolution of 1920 x 720 pixels. Sony said that this MPCL1 projector can produce sharp images measuring 40 inches at a distance of 1.2 meters. And if you want a bigger picture, can reach a size of 120 inches at a distance of 3.6 meters.

Interestingly, the mini projector from Sony is equipped with a mini-HDMI and enable streaming video on the mobile phone, tablet or laptop via WiFi. In addition, the projector has a 3000 mAh battery and lasting up to 2 hours of use. It can also be used as a powerbank for mobile phones.

ASRock Beebox N3000 Mini Computer with Intel Braswell

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Renowned PC manufacturers have launched their products mini pc, as well ASRock better known as a manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, it turns out follow-launch of their new mini computer product named ASRock Beebox N3000 which uses power-saving Intel Celeron processor N3000 Braswell. And in miniature, their prices have also picked up a mini, mini cpu only because the price only US$ 140.

With these prices, we have a PC that is equipped with Intel HD graphics, Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, four USB ports (including one USB Type-C port), two ports HDMI port, and a DisplayPort.

There is also a headset jack and infrared remote control which can be used to manage music, video and other applications. Because this CPU is a model of barebones, then the CPU does not include memory, hard drive or operating system.

How To Track Who's Viewing Your Facebook Profile

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How To Track Who's Looking at You with a Facebook profile is easy and safe, no need to install applications and the like.

Out there a lot of which offer a similar manner, but in the end all that happened was advertisements, commercials and advertisements, if any, you are required to install a Third Party (third party applications) to give it a try.

Unique also if we know who is watching our Facebook profile, right? As this had done in Path, but now that feature has been removed by Path.

Okay, back to the topic. How to find anyone who visited our profile in recent times, can be seen in a way that is so easy. Here's how:

  1. Log in to Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/
  2. Then open your Facebook profile. https://www.facebook.com/yourfbname
  3. Once your profile is open, then right click and select "View page source" (See page source).
  4. Then look for the following words InitialChatFriendsList, so quickly, use CTRL + F.
  5. Well, there are many ID that appears. That is what you can use to find out who has seen your Facebook profile. Just copy one of the ID (number) that exist, then enter in the address bar, so it would look like this:
    https://www.facebook.com/IDnumber

Application Against False alert
Today many people experienced his Facebook account was hacked. It happened because of our unawareness against phishing similar applications that take advantage of the ignorance of a person using his account.

You need to know, there are no apps out there who can see who track our Facebook profile. So, be careful, if you come across a similar application and asked to log in, immediately close and remove the application.

Unique Book Could Judging Someone From Expression?

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Do not judge the book by its cover. The parable seems already often we hear everyday yes. The intent of these words is good anyway, that we should not judge someone just from appearance alone, but from the nature and behavior. But what would happen if now there is a book that can judge someone who will read it? Definitely strange and unique yes.
The book is called The Cover That Judges You and is the work of an artist named Thijs Biersteker Amsterdam. He cooperated with creating a book that is complemented by a camera and software that can detect the expression of people who will read it. If the person is showing expression too happy or frown, then book locked with a special key that will not open. Another thing will happen when you perform in front of him with a flat facial expression without prejudice anything. The program will detect it and lock will open automatically. The book is still in prototype form for display in the annual Art Director Club Netherlands.
Are you interested to have it?
Limited Edition Ultrasone 10 Headphones

Limited Edition Ultrasone 10 Headphones

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Ultrasone just announced their limited edition Ultrasone 10 headphones, which are made of high-end materials for a price of $2,749. For the price point, you do get a wooden storage box and wooden stand for your marvel. According to the company, "The long awaited open back Edition 10 headphone boasts the most luxurious feature set of any special edition headphone to date." Only 2,010 headphones will be made as these are limited editions. The company is saying that these are the "most lavishly appointed and highly coveted speciality headphones ever created."

The headphones' claim to fame are the Zebrano wood ear cup inlays, Ethiopian sheepskin leather ear cup pads, Titanium plated drivers, Kevlar coated cables.
ASUS Release Eee Pad EP90 Sports Tegra 2

ASUS Release Eee Pad EP90 Sports Tegra 2

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Asus's new Eee Pad is caught in pictures, and this time the Eee Pad tablet sheds its Intel processor in favor of the dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 chipset. The tablet also runs Windows 7 embedded and has a battery life of around 4.5 hours. WiFi, memory card slot, Bluetooth, HDMI, USB, and a 0.3-megapixel webcam round out the specs for this tablet.
AT&T Announces Android Motorola Flipside

AT&T Announces Android Motorola Flipside

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We've heard of the Flipside name before from an AT&T leak, and now the carrier has gone on to announce the Motorola Flipside, which is an Android smartphone. Rather than the form factor employed by the Backflip with its backflipping keyboard, the Flipside uses a more conventional sliding keyboard form factor. With a front trackpad, the device seems to be a nice merge of the T-Mobile CLIQ and CLIQ XT form factors into a compact package for AT&T.
With a 3.1-inch HVGA screen, the Flipside is a midrange handset that features Motorola's CrystalTalk technology for noise cancellation. It features MOTOBLUR, Android 2.1, and a TI OMAP 3410 processor with HSDPA 7.2 Mbps support. There is 512 MB/256 MB ROM/RAM and a 2 GB microSD card in the box. Bluetooth, WiFi b/g, and GPS are standard. Available for $99.99 by the holiday season, you can get more information about the Flipside by visiting att.com/flipside.
Android Robot Comes to Life: Walks, Talks, and Moves

Android Robot Comes to Life: Walks, Talks, and Moves

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It's alive! Not really, but this Android robot looks like the adorably cute mascot for Google's mobile operating system, and as fate would have it, the robot can be remotely controlled by an Android device. The franken-Google-bot is created by Japanese companies RT Corporation and Brilliant Service with a mouth that opens, moving arms and walking legs.

Check out videos of the robot in action below!



Kid Walker Exoskeleton Transports Kids in Robotic Fashion

Kid Walker Exoskeleton Transports Kids in Robotic Fashion

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If the army can have its own exoskeleton units, then why not kids? That's the idea that Japanese company Sakakibara Kikai is going after with its $21,000 Kid Walker, which is an exoskeleton that will move your kids around and is designed for kids. Your child can sit up in a chair on this 5 1/4-feet tall, 400-pound machine and it will "walk"--well, it actually has wheels that will roll your kids around as the robotic legs don't move for safety.
Google Trademarks The Speedbook Name

Google Trademarks The Speedbook Name

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A new trademark filing by Google has been discovered, just in time to get tongues wagging before the weekend. According to the report, Google has trademarked the term "Speedbook" under computer hardware, so speculation is that it could refer to an upcoming tablet or netbook powered by Google's upcoming Chrome OS. No actual details on what the Speedbook might be have been mentioned just yet, so until Google decides to tell us what it is, we can only guess and dream.