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Almost every sports or music star can be seen wearing Beats headphones, and the logo is actually wearing a pair too. The 'B' and the circle have been positioned to look like a person wearing the headphones! #Business #Technology #Innovations #Beats #BehindTheLogo

Almost every sports or music star can be seen wearing Beats headphones, and the logo is actually wearing a pair too. The 'B' and the circle have been positioned to look like a person wearing the headphones! #Business #Technology #Innovations #Beats #BehindTheLogo

Almost every sports or music star can be seen wearing Beats headphones, and the logo is actually wearing a pair too. The 'B' and the circle have been positioned to look like a person wearing the headphones! #Business #Technology #Innovations #Beats #BehindTheLogo

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What else can be better than watching what you favorite sports player is watching in real time, for example all Robin Van Persie fans would for an option like that. Well, two National Cheng Kung University students have designed FANs Cam for that exact craving and have won Red Dot Award (Design concept) for this feat. Sheng-hung Lee and Wai-Yeh Chan have made this camera specifically for sports where either the coaches can analyze the players performance or an average fan can get the live feed of player’s view in case they are in the stadium and unable to see the action clearly. This lightweight and waterproof miniature camera works by simply providing the feed to the user who scans the back of the ticket with QR code on it using a smartphone and then immediately gets the live feed of what the player is upto.

What else can be better than watching what you favorite sports player is watching in real time, for example all Robin Van Persie fans would for an option like that. Well, two National Cheng Kung University students have designed FANs Cam for that exact craving and have won Red Dot Award (Design concept) for this feat. Sheng-hung Lee and Wai-Yeh Chan have made this camera specifically for sports where either the coaches can analyze the players performance or an average fan can get the live feed of player’s view in case they are in the stadium and unable to see the action clearly. This lightweight and waterproof miniature camera works by simply providing the feed to the user who scans the back of the ticket with QR code on it using a smartphone and then immediately gets the live feed of what the player is upto.

What else can be better than watching what you favorite sports player is watching in real time, for example all Robin Van Persie fans would for an option like that. Well, two National Cheng Kung University students have designed FANs Cam for that exact craving and have won Red Dot Award (Design concept) for this feat. Sheng-hung Lee and Wai-Yeh Chan have made this camera specifically for sports where either the coaches can analyze the players performance or an average fan can get the live feed of player’s view in case they are in the stadium and unable to see the action clearly. This lightweight and waterproof miniature camera works by simply providing the feed to the user who scans the back of the ticket with QR code on it using a smartphone and then immediately gets the live feed of what the player is upto.

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Polytron Unveils World's First Fully Transparent Smartphone The only visible components are the board, chips, memory card and camera. Taiwanese firm Polytron Technologies has revealed the world's first fully transparent smartphone prototype. As you can see in the pictures above and below, the prototype device is almost fully transparent. The only components visible on the device are the board, chips memory card and camera. The rest of the device is a piece of glass that sports a small touchscreen (also transparent) located in the center of the device. According to Polytron, its technology may be available by the end of 2013.

Polytron Unveils World's First Fully Transparent Smartphone The only visible components are the board, chips, memory card and camera. Taiwanese firm Polytron Technologies has revealed the world's first fully transparent smartphone prototype. As you can see in the pictures above and below, the prototype device is almost fully transparent. The only components visible on the device are the board, chips memory card and camera. The rest of the device is a piece of glass that sports a small touchscreen (also transparent) located in the center of the device. According to Polytron, its technology may be available by the end of 2013.

Polytron Unveils World's First Fully Transparent Smartphone The only visible components are the board, chips, memory card and camera. Taiwanese firm Polytron Technologies has revealed the world's first fully transparent smartphone prototype. As you can see in the pictures above and below, the prototype device is almost fully transparent. The only components visible on the device are the board, chips memory card and camera. The rest of the device is a piece of glass that sports a small touchscreen (also transparent) located in the center of the device. According to Polytron, its technology may be available by the end of 2013.

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The new Aston Martin Hybrid Hydrogen Rapide S Aston Martin seeks to up the ante in motorsports at the 2013 ADAC Zurich 24 Hours of Nürburgring at the world’s most difficult race circuit. Their weapon of choice: a pioneering Aston Martin Rapide S with a bespoke hybrid hydrogen powertrain. The new Aston Martin Hybrid Hydrogen Rapide S will be the first hydrogen-powered car to compete in an international race event and will also be the first zero CO2 emissions sports car to complete a lap of the Nürburgring 24-hour race. The engineering marvel of an engine is a prototype twin-turbocharged 6.0L V12 that can run on gasoline, pure gaseous hydrogen, or a combination of both. And of course, if the V12 is running on hydrogen, the only byproduct coming out of the exhaust pipe is water. Sixty zooms by in just 4.9 seconds while the top run ticks over at 190 mph.

The new Aston Martin Hybrid Hydrogen Rapide S Aston Martin seeks to up the ante in motorsports at the 2013 ADAC Zurich 24 Hours of Nürburgring at the world’s most difficult race circuit. Their weapon of choice: a pioneering Aston Martin Rapide S with a bespoke hybrid hydrogen powertrain. The new Aston Martin Hybrid Hydrogen Rapide S will be the first hydrogen-powered car to compete in an international race event and will also be the first zero CO2 emissions sports car to complete a lap of the Nürburgring 24-hour race. The engineering marvel of an engine is a prototype twin-turbocharged 6.0L V12 that can run on gasoline, pure gaseous hydrogen, or a combination of both. And of course, if the V12 is running on hydrogen, the only byproduct coming out of the exhaust pipe is water. Sixty zooms by in just 4.9 seconds while the top run ticks over at 190 mph.

The new Aston Martin Hybrid Hydrogen Rapide S Aston Martin seeks to up the ante in motorsports at the 2013 ADAC Zurich 24 Hours of Nürburgring at the world’s most difficult race circuit. Their weapon of choice: a pioneering Aston Martin Rapide S with a bespoke hybrid hydrogen powertrain. The new Aston Martin Hybrid Hydrogen Rapide S will be the first hydrogen-powered car to compete in an international race event and will also be the first zero CO2 emissions sports car to complete a lap of the Nürburgring 24-hour race. The engineering marvel of an engine is a prototype twin-turbocharged 6.0L V12 that can run on gasoline, pure gaseous hydrogen, or a combination of both. And of course, if the V12 is running on hydrogen, the only byproduct coming out of the exhaust pipe is water. Sixty zooms by in just 4.9 seconds while the top run ticks over at 190 mph.

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Motorola's new dust-proof, water-resistant Defy Pro- Motorola has launched its new handset Defy Pro - the first life-proof Android-based smartphone - with full QWERTY keyboard and touchscreen display. The phone features a 2.7-inch Gorilla Glass touchscreen display, and a four-row physical QWERTY keyboard. The Motorola Defy Pro sports a 5 megapixel autofocus camera with built-in flash.

Motorola's new dust-proof, water-resistant Defy Pro- Motorola has launched its new handset Defy Pro - the first life-proof Android-based smartphone - with full QWERTY keyboard and touchscreen display. The phone features a 2.7-inch Gorilla Glass touchscreen display, and a four-row physical QWERTY keyboard. The Motorola Defy Pro sports a 5 megapixel autofocus camera with built-in flash.

Motorola's new dust-proof, water-resistant Defy Pro- Motorola has launched its new handset Defy Pro - the first life-proof Android-based smartphone - with full QWERTY keyboard and touchscreen display. The phone features a 2.7-inch Gorilla Glass touchscreen display, and a four-row physical QWERTY keyboard. The Motorola Defy Pro sports a 5 megapixel autofocus camera with built-in flash.

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:: Audi e-bike uses a smartphone for its electronic control system:: German automaker Audi will debut its prototype e-bike next week at Wörthersee in Carinthia, Austria. Audi’s e-bike promises to be highly advanced and versatile. Next week, biker Julien Dupont and downhill specialist Petra Bernhard will not only demonstrate their stunts and biking skills, but will showcase the bike’s performance and capability as well. “As a high-performance e-bike for sports and trick cycling, it features the Audi core competencies of design, ultra, e-tron and connect,” said Wolfgang Eggerstated, Head of Design at Audi. Check out the Audi e-bike in action after the break. Audi’s e-bike weighs 24 pounds and it features a compact frame made of carbon fiber-reinforced polymer with a low center of gravity to make it superbly agile. Audi also used the same carbon fiber-reinforced polymer for the bike’s 26-inch wheels that features an “Audi ultra blade” design with broad flat spokes for an optimized transmission of pedal power. As for the e-bike’s 2.3 kW electric motor, it has the power to send up to 184 lb-ft. of torque to the rear wheel using a lithium-ion battery that, according to Audi, only needs 2.5 hours to fully charge. The e-bike is also ideal for long rides, as the battery can also be easily be swapped out with a charged one. But what makes this bike special is that it come equipped with a smartphone that serves as the electronic control system of the bike. The smartphone is also used to operate five cycling modes: Pure, Pedelec, eGrip, Power Wheelie, and Balanced Wheelie. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until Audi will announce its price as well as its availability.

:: Audi e-bike uses a smartphone for its electronic control system:: German automaker Audi will debut its prototype e-bike next week at Wörthersee in Carinthia, Austria. Audi’s e-bike promises to be highly advanced and versatile. Next week, biker Julien Dupont and downhill specialist Petra Bernhard will not only demonstrate their stunts and biking skills, but will showcase the bike’s performance and capability as well. “As a high-performance e-bike for sports and trick cycling, it features the Audi core competencies of design, ultra, e-tron and connect,” said Wolfgang Eggerstated, Head of Design at Audi. Check out the Audi e-bike in action after the break. Audi’s e-bike weighs 24 pounds and it features a compact frame made of carbon fiber-reinforced polymer with a low center of gravity to make it superbly agile. Audi also used the same carbon fiber-reinforced polymer for the bike’s 26-inch wheels that features an “Audi ultra blade” design with broad flat spokes for an optimized transmission of pedal power. As for the e-bike’s 2.3 kW electric motor, it has the power to send up to 184 lb-ft. of torque to the rear wheel using a lithium-ion battery that, according to Audi, only needs 2.5 hours to fully charge. The e-bike is also ideal for long rides, as the battery can also be easily be swapped out with a charged one. But what makes this bike special is that it come equipped with a smartphone that serves as the electronic control system of the bike. The smartphone is also used to operate five cycling modes: Pure, Pedelec, eGrip, Power Wheelie, and Balanced Wheelie. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until Audi will announce its price as well as its availability.

:: Audi e-bike uses a smartphone for its electronic control system:: German automaker Audi will debut its prototype e-bike next week at Wörthersee in Carinthia, Austria. Audi’s e-bike promises to be highly advanced and versatile. Next week, biker Julien Dupont and downhill specialist Petra Bernhard will not only demonstrate their stunts and biking skills, but will showcase the bike’s performance and capability as well. “As a high-performance e-bike for sports and trick cycling, it features the Audi core competencies of design, ultra, e-tron and connect,” said Wolfgang Eggerstated, Head of Design at Audi. Check out the Audi e-bike in action after the break. Audi’s e-bike weighs 24 pounds and it features a compact frame made of carbon fiber-reinforced polymer with a low center of gravity to make it superbly agile. Audi also used the same carbon fiber-reinforced polymer for the bike’s 26-inch wheels that features an “Audi ultra blade” design with broad flat spokes for an optimized transmission of pedal power. As for the e-bike’s 2.3 kW electric motor, it has the power to send up to 184 lb-ft. of torque to the rear wheel using a lithium-ion battery that, according to Audi, only needs 2.5 hours to fully charge. The e-bike is also ideal for long rides, as the battery can also be easily be swapped out with a charged one. But what makes this bike special is that it come equipped with a smartphone that serves as the electronic control system of the bike. The smartphone is also used to operate five cycling modes: Pure, Pedelec, eGrip, Power Wheelie, and Balanced Wheelie. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until Audi will announce its price as well as its availability.

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:: MSI GT60 and GT70 Gaming Notebooks Launched :: MSI, the Taiwan-based electronics company and world-renowned computer parts manufacturer, has just shipped two new gaming notebooks, namely the GT60 and the GT70. First introduced at the CeBIT computer expo last month, the new gaming notebooks boasts an amazing set of specs. We are talking about Intel’s new Ivy Bridge 2.3 GHz Core i7-3610QM and the GeForce GTX 670M GPU from NVIDIA. Plus, both notebooks are equipped with SteelSeries backlit keyboards, Killer Game Networking Wi-Fi radios, two Dynaudio speakers and a subwoofer with THX Surround Sound. The slightly smaller GT60 sports a 15.6-inch body with a 1080p screen resolution. It has a 500 GB storage capacity, which is enough to store all your favorite games into the box. On the other hand is the 17.3-inch GT70 with a 1080p screen display resolution. If you’re interested in this baby, you can actually choose up to 16 GigaBytes of RAM together with a specific Blu-ray burner. By the way, the current base model has a 12 GB RAM on it. Storage-wise, the GT70 has a lot of options as well. There’s even an option to get two 64 GB SSDs together with a 750 GB 7,200 RPM hard drive. Now that’s power! The GT70 weighs 8.6 pounds while the 15.6-inch GT60 is just around 7.7 pounds. Both gaming notebooks are starting at the $1,500 price range. We’re hearing that the price can go up as much as $2,000. Either way, both notebooks are perfect for gaming.

:: MSI GT60 and GT70 Gaming Notebooks Launched :: MSI, the Taiwan-based electronics company and world-renowned computer parts manufacturer, has just shipped two new gaming notebooks, namely the GT60 and the GT70. First introduced at the CeBIT computer expo last month, the new gaming notebooks boasts an amazing set of specs. We are talking about Intel’s new Ivy Bridge 2.3 GHz Core i7-3610QM and the GeForce GTX 670M GPU from NVIDIA. Plus, both notebooks are equipped with SteelSeries backlit keyboards, Killer Game Networking Wi-Fi radios, two Dynaudio speakers and a subwoofer with THX Surround Sound. The slightly smaller GT60 sports a 15.6-inch body with a 1080p screen resolution. It has a 500 GB storage capacity, which is enough to store all your favorite games into the box. On the other hand is the 17.3-inch GT70 with a 1080p screen display resolution. If you’re interested in this baby, you can actually choose up to 16 GigaBytes of RAM together with a specific Blu-ray burner. By the way, the current base model has a 12 GB RAM on it. Storage-wise, the GT70 has a lot of options as well. There’s even an option to get two 64 GB SSDs together with a 750 GB 7,200 RPM hard drive. Now that’s power! The GT70 weighs 8.6 pounds while the 15.6-inch GT60 is just around 7.7 pounds. Both gaming notebooks are starting at the $1,500 price range. We’re hearing that the price can go up as much as $2,000. Either way, both notebooks are perfect for gaming.

:: MSI GT60 and GT70 Gaming Notebooks Launched :: MSI, the Taiwan-based electronics company and world-renowned computer parts manufacturer, has just shipped two new gaming notebooks, namely the GT60 and the GT70. First introduced at the CeBIT computer expo last month, the new gaming notebooks boasts an amazing set of specs. We are talking about Intel’s new Ivy Bridge 2.3 GHz Core i7-3610QM and the GeForce GTX 670M GPU from NVIDIA. Plus, both notebooks are equipped with SteelSeries backlit keyboards, Killer Game Networking Wi-Fi radios, two Dynaudio speakers and a subwoofer with THX Surround Sound. The slightly smaller GT60 sports a 15.6-inch body with a 1080p screen resolution. It has a 500 GB storage capacity, which is enough to store all your favorite games into the box. On the other hand is the 17.3-inch GT70 with a 1080p screen display resolution. If you’re interested in this baby, you can actually choose up to 16 GigaBytes of RAM together with a specific Blu-ray burner. By the way, the current base model has a 12 GB RAM on it. Storage-wise, the GT70 has a lot of options as well. There’s even an option to get two 64 GB SSDs together with a 750 GB 7,200 RPM hard drive. Now that’s power! The GT70 weighs 8.6 pounds while the 15.6-inch GT60 is just around 7.7 pounds. Both gaming notebooks are starting at the $1,500 price range. We’re hearing that the price can go up as much as $2,000. Either way, both notebooks are perfect for gaming.

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:: ION Air Pro Smartphone Compatible HD Sports Camera :: The ION Air Pro sports camera is one of the first Smartphone compatible sports cameras that allows users to shoot high definition video and share it in real-time via your favourite social networking sites. The ION Air Pro camera is equipped with a wide angle lens providing a 170 degree field of view. Its also fitted with a 1800mAmp battery booster enabling it to charge twice without the need for an external power source. Providing over 7 hours of battery life to make sure you capture all that important footage in up to 1080p video resolution. The ION Air Pro camera also comes with 8GB of free Cloud storage allowing you to share and backup your footage for sharing. As well as video the Ion Air Pro is also equipped with a 5 megapixel still camera that can be set to take shots one at a time, three in one second or one photo every 10,20 or 30 seconds. The Ion Air Pro activity camera is now available to pre-order for $365 and is compatible with both iOS and Android devices. Allowing you to control your camera using the free app available to download. Source :- ION

:: ION Air Pro Smartphone Compatible HD Sports Camera :: The ION Air Pro sports camera is one of the first Smartphone compatible sports cameras that allows users to shoot high definition video and share it in real-time via your favourite social networking sites. The ION Air Pro camera is equipped with a wide angle lens providing a 170 degree field of view. Its also fitted with a 1800mAmp battery booster enabling it to charge twice without the need for an external power source. Providing over 7 hours of battery life to make sure you capture all that important footage in up to 1080p video resolution. The ION Air Pro camera also comes with 8GB of free Cloud storage allowing you to share and backup your footage for sharing. As well as video the Ion Air Pro is also equipped with a 5 megapixel still camera that can be set to take shots one at a time, three in one second or one photo every 10,20 or 30 seconds. The Ion Air Pro activity camera is now available to pre-order for $365 and is compatible with both iOS and Android devices. Allowing you to control your camera using the free app available to download. Source :- ION

:: ION Air Pro Smartphone Compatible HD Sports Camera :: The ION Air Pro sports camera is one of the first Smartphone compatible sports cameras that allows users to shoot high definition video and share it in real-time via your favourite social networking sites. The ION Air Pro camera is equipped with a wide angle lens providing a 170 degree field of view. Its also fitted with a 1800mAmp battery booster enabling it to charge twice without the need for an external power source. Providing over 7 hours of battery life to make sure you capture all that important footage in up to 1080p video resolution. The ION Air Pro camera also comes with 8GB of free Cloud storage allowing you to share and backup your footage for sharing. As well as video the Ion Air Pro is also equipped with a 5 megapixel still camera that can be set to take shots one at a time, three in one second or one photo every 10,20 or 30 seconds. The Ion Air Pro activity camera is now available to pre-order for $365 and is compatible with both iOS and Android devices. Allowing you to control your camera using the free app available to download. Source :- ION

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:: Nike Unveils FuelBand for Tracking All Physical Activity :: Nike has unveiled the Nike+ FuelBand, a product that fits around your wrist and aims to provide a common metric for tracking all physical activities. Building on Nike+, a product that the company launched in 2006 for runners, the FuelBand tracks what the company calls NikeFuel, which lets people compare a game of basketball to a dance class, for example. Nike’s VP Global Brand Trevor Edwards said at a press event in New York City that the product, “Allows everyone to measure up and compete with others.” The band itself tracks activity through oxygen kinetics, which helps it determine whether a user is engaged in an intense sporting activity or sitting at a desk. Nike believes this will provide more precise measurement than simply tracking steps, and allow it to account for the differences across various sports (the device also tracks steps, calories, and time, however). The company demonstrated this by showing the huge spike in activity that pro basketball player Kevin Durant sees during practice and games. Durant (and all eventual users) can sync his FuelBand with Nike+ via bluetooth or USB. That data is then available via a mobile app or desktop software. While Nike sees its tracking capabilities as a differentiator, it also believes it has cracked the nut on motivating people to be more fit. The company lets users set daily NikeFuel score goals, and the FuelBand uses red, yellow, or green coloring to let users know how they’re doing toward their goal. Like Nike+, there’s also integration with Twitter and Facebook, so users can share their Fuel score with friends. Source :- mashable.com

:: Nike Unveils FuelBand for Tracking All Physical Activity :: Nike has unveiled the Nike+ FuelBand, a product that fits around your wrist and aims to provide a common metric for tracking all physical activities. Building on Nike+, a product that the company launched in 2006 for runners, the FuelBand tracks what the company calls NikeFuel, which lets people compare a game of basketball to a dance class, for example. Nike’s VP Global Brand Trevor Edwards said at a press event in New York City that the product, “Allows everyone to measure up and compete with others.” The band itself tracks activity through oxygen kinetics, which helps it determine whether a user is engaged in an intense sporting activity or sitting at a desk. Nike believes this will provide more precise measurement than simply tracking steps, and allow it to account for the differences across various sports (the device also tracks steps, calories, and time, however). The company demonstrated this by showing the huge spike in activity that pro basketball player Kevin Durant sees during practice and games. Durant (and all eventual users) can sync his FuelBand with Nike+ via bluetooth or USB. That data is then available via a mobile app or desktop software. While Nike sees its tracking capabilities as a differentiator, it also believes it has cracked the nut on motivating people to be more fit. The company lets users set daily NikeFuel score goals, and the FuelBand uses red, yellow, or green coloring to let users know how they’re doing toward their goal. Like Nike+, there’s also integration with Twitter and Facebook, so users can share their Fuel score with friends. Source :- mashable.com

:: Nike Unveils FuelBand for Tracking All Physical Activity :: Nike has unveiled the Nike+ FuelBand, a product that fits around your wrist and aims to provide a common metric for tracking all physical activities. Building on Nike+, a product that the company launched in 2006 for runners, the FuelBand tracks what the company calls NikeFuel, which lets people compare a game of basketball to a dance class, for example. Nike’s VP Global Brand Trevor Edwards said at a press event in New York City that the product, “Allows everyone to measure up and compete with others.” The band itself tracks activity through oxygen kinetics, which helps it determine whether a user is engaged in an intense sporting activity or sitting at a desk. Nike believes this will provide more precise measurement than simply tracking steps, and allow it to account for the differences across various sports (the device also tracks steps, calories, and time, however). The company demonstrated this by showing the huge spike in activity that pro basketball player Kevin Durant sees during practice and games. Durant (and all eventual users) can sync his FuelBand with Nike+ via bluetooth or USB. That data is then available via a mobile app or desktop software. While Nike sees its tracking capabilities as a differentiator, it also believes it has cracked the nut on motivating people to be more fit. The company lets users set daily NikeFuel score goals, and the FuelBand uses red, yellow, or green coloring to let users know how they’re doing toward their goal. Like Nike+, there’s also integration with Twitter and Facebook, so users can share their Fuel score with friends. Source :- mashable.com

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