деньги в займ на карту

Logic Bolt Projector Phone gets updated

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2009

The Bolt projector phone by Logic Wireless was introduced last year at CES and now the company has released an updated version, powered by the Symbian operating system. It slimmed down a bit from the original and will throw a VGA image up to 64″ wide.

Aside from that, you’ll get two cameras: One in front and one in back and two sim card slots. No 3G here, which is unfortunate. A touchscreen display rounds off the features. Look for the updated Logic Bolt to retail for about $500 unlocked.

Bitstream announces open public beta for BOLT mobile browser

Posted in Bitstream by Shane McGlaun on February 16th, 2009

BOLT Mobile BrowserOne of the biggest problems on many handsets when it comes time to surf the Internet on the go is the browser offered on the phone. Many mobile web browsers force users to view websites in a way that makes navigation difficult and runs the surfing experience we are used to.

Bitstream announced today that it is offering a free public beta for its BOLT web browser that promises to allow users of high-end and low-end cell phones alike to surf the web with a desktop like experience. BOLT allows users to view full desktop style web pages and to zoom in on sections they want to view closer.

Smartbolt tells you when to stop screwing

Posted in Tools by Conner Flynn on December 6th, 2008

Smartbolt tells you when to stop screwingMankind lives in such an amazing techno-golden-age that even the bolt is getting smart. That’s why it’s called the Smartbolt, it’s equipped with a tiny indicator disk on top that shows you just how tight it is. No fancy electronics, just a simple visual tension indicator that starts out red and turns more black as it gets tightened. Looks like a nipple, which makes sense. Mine would turn colors if you gave them a twist too. They even have a more-precise version that goes from yellow to green when 90% tight, then black at 100%.

This is a great invention, mostly because torque wrench’s tend to be large and hard to maneuver in tight spaces. If we can get regular screws to do this, that would be awesome.