Have you ever dropped your iPod or almost damaged it with moisture or perspiration? What about that one time you got caught in a light shower during your morning jog? Here is a simple solution which also comes with a few bonuses as well.
Most of the time, people listen to their iPod Shuffles to kill boredom. If you’re accident prone, you probably have had your iPod slip off your belt or get knocked off the table. Luckily, iHome has come up with a solution. Introducing the iHome’s iH13NB Portable Sport Case.
It keeps going, and going, and going. You were probably thinking about the Energizer bunny commercial, werenâ€™t you? Well, most of the time youâ€™d be right in that assumption, but not today. Picture if you will, the ability to fly from New York to Tokyo â€“ do some number crunching, work on PowerPoint presentations, watch a few DVDs — and then do a full day of meetings– using your laptop throughout the day and into the night without ever plugging in your power adapter to recharge your battery. Sounds far-fetched right? But this scenario may actually become a reality in the near future.
The days of fretting over a low battery may be over. Scientists in Germany are attempting to create a revolutionary new battery for cell phones, laptops, etc. that never needs recharging, turning to a unique source: Argyrodite. Argyrodite is a silver, germanium and sulphur-containing mineral discovered near Freiberg, Germany, in 1885 which may hold the key to virtually limitless energy production.
Attention Frequent Fliers: The TSA rules regarding the batteries you can bring with you on an airplane are changing as of January 1st, 2008.
It has to do with the content of Lithium in your rechargeable batteries. Here are some of the dos and donâ€™ts being rolled out for this New Year in Air Travel.
Having the biggest and brightest monitor is all well and good, but in an emergency situation, it wonâ€™t help much. I know, Iâ€™ve been hunkered down during a hurricane, listening to a friend whine about how much Warcraft he was missing out on. While I could care less if my friendâ€™s Rogue or Warlock lost [...]