Wow good job LG!
yes xbox one
Video: Xbox One launch party in New York City
REDMOND, Wash. – Microsoft Corp. says more than 1 million Xbox One consoles have been sold worldwide since their midnight launch.
The company says that surpasses first-day sales of the Xbox 360, the previous-generation model that went on sale eight years ago.
The new console was launched in 13 markets. The software giant said Friday that it sold had out at most retailers.
Microsoft added that in the first day of game play, fans killed more than 60 million zombies in “Dead Rising 3” and drove more than 3.6 million miles on “Forza Motorsport 5.”
READ MORE: Xbox One: What the critics are saying
Sony Corp. last week said more than 1 million PlayStation 4 consoles had been sold in the 24 hours since its release.
With natural resources becoming threatened by global demand and the need of petroleum in many of today’s product including laundry soap, designer Ellie Ahovi may have found a solution. The Orbit is a self-containing selfsustaining washing machine of the future. It uses no water, no electricity, and requires no laundry soap. Ahovi has used several scientific discoveries to make this possible. Here is how. Using liquid nitrogen to super cool the ball, the ball becomes superconductive which causes it to levitate within the magnetic field created by the outer ring. The outer ring contains batteries which create the field and which also could be charged while in use using the same field. This is how Orbit uses no electricity. Once you have placed your clothing into the ball and the ball within the ring, you would then start the process. The ball begins to levitate and rotate. Contained within the ball is CO2, or more commonly dry ice…
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I kinda agree on what they’re saying.
(CNN) — The bigger its touchscreen, the more tempting it is to use a smartphone for watching movies, as a GPS device, or to check out the latest happenings on social media.
People in the United States with smartphones that have screens 4.5-inches and larger use 44% more data than those tapping away on smaller phones, according to a recent report from the NDP group. The wider-screened devices were used to gobble up an average 7.2 gigabytes a month in data, while smaller phones had closer to 5 gigabytes.
The larger screen real estate might be more inviting for wasting time with Internet-connected apps. The most popular apps for the larger-phone users are Facebook, Google Maps, YouTube, Amazon and Pandora.
People with larger screens use apps more frequently across all the major categories. Social media is the most popular, followed by navigation, video, retail and music. The apps do things…
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The ‘sunLight’ torch is a unique product designed by Hermann Eske. From this device, it is possible to generate, store and consume electrical energy.
The device is easily unfolded, exposing its solar film to the sun to recharge the batteries. The power generated from solar energy can be used in different ways, for example as flashlight or for charging connected gadgets such as mobile phones or music players.
It is designed for a longer ‘lifecycle’ so if components require replacing due to malfunction, they can be replaced with little effort or cost. The sunLight torch is thus both environment friendly and quite cost effective as well.
The standard size has 6 modules. One module holds the charge controller and all the other modules have an LED unit with 2 AAAA rechargeable batteries. To increase its luminosity, additional modules of solar cell film and LED-battery can be added as needed. The…
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