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Wednesday: March 10, 2010

World's first jetpack for consumers officially on sale over in New Zealand.World's first jetpack for consumers officially on sale over in New Zealand.

Welcome to the future, here is your jetpack. Oh, we'll need to make sure that your check in the amou nt of $86,000 clears before we can let you just fly away. Buy now and get a free a ballistic parachute with purchase.

Posted to Weekdaily filed in Neat @ 3:19 PM | Tags (8) | commercial | consumers | flight | future | jetpacks | newzealand | parachute | personal |  | Discuss (0) |  | facebook | twitter | 55 Clicks | Posted by Vin


Monday: March 8, 2010

Announcement from Cisco on Tuesday promises to 'forever change the Internet'.Announcement from Cisco on Tuesday promises to 'forever change the Internet'.

Cisco has clearly stated is designed to bring the company's highly acclaimed enterprise Telepresence video system into consumer living rooms, there may be enough of the sewing done to talk now about exactly how Cisco will deliver new end-to-end Web 2.0 capabilities...

Posted to Weekdaily filed in Interesting @ 2:58 PM | Tags (10) | announcement | change | cisco | consumers | enterprise | forbes | internet | interwebs | livingroom | web20 |  | Discuss (0) |  | facebook | twitter | 6 Clicks | Posted by Vin


Thursday: December 10, 2009

Turns out that we gobble up about thirty-four gigabytes on a daily basis.Turns out that we gobble up about thirty-four gigabytes on a daily basis.

The first is raw hours of consumption, which counts time spent multitasking—browsing the Web while watching TV, for example—twice. All told, US consumers spend nearly a dozen hours a day immersed in some sort of media.

Posted to Weekdaily filed in Interesting @ 8:52 AM | Tags (5) | consumers | ars | gigabytes | 34 | daily |  | Discuss (0) |  | facebook | twitter | 13 Clicks | Posted by Vin


Thursday: August 6, 2009

CNET would like you to know why consumers won't be buying tablet computers.CNET would like you to know why consumers won't be buying tablet computers.

While a tablet may be great for browsing the Web and viewing media, it's too big to replace a phone and too limited to carry around as a work computer. People will need their keyboarded Netbooks and notebooks for real work.

Posted to Weekdaily filed in Technology @ 7:32 AM | Tags (7) | cnet | computers | consumers | laptops | purchasing | tablet | trends |  | Discuss (0) |  | facebook | twitter | 13 Clicks | Posted by Vin


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