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Jambox Wireless Speakers | By Jawbone

Jawbone say this is the smallest, best sounding wireless speaker and speakerphone on the planet. This "big sound small package" delivers an output capacity of 85 decibels! Itīs powered by a pair of proprietary, highly sophisticated acoustic drivers producing extremely high (tweeter) and low (woofer) frequencies from a single, ultra-small dome speaker. [Thanks Mario for the link]



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GUNVAULT | BIOMETRIC GUN SAFE | Image

GUNVAULT | BIOMETRIC GUN SAFE

If you own a gun at home, youīll know the importance of keeping it safe, specially if you have kids around the house. Gunvault gun safes use state of the art biometric technology, this means you can quickly access your firearms or other valuables with advanced fingerprint recognition. This technology adds another layer of security to the valuables in your home, office or vehicle. source...
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SOUND CUBE AUDIO SYSTEM | BY TDK | Image

SOUND CUBE AUDIO SYSTEM | BY TDK

TDK has released another boombox with a unique design, this time itīs a cube with a handle. The TDK Sound Cube Audio System features two speakers 5-1/4" coaxial drivers and two passive reflectors on the sides to provide 360-degree sound output. The Sound Cube comes with USB port (including iPhone cable) and 3.5mm input, and also works with 12 D batteries. The total power is 20 watts. ...
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RIP STEVE JOBS

"Death is very likely the single best invention of life," said Steve Jobs, in 2005, to an audience of students at Stanford University, USA. The visionary genius of Apple liked to remember death to make "big choices in life." The iconic co-founder of Apple died on October 5, 56, after years of fighting a rare form of cancer pancreas. "Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius and the world lost a great human being," reads the company website." Steve leaves behin...
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