Let’s Pizza, a vending machine that creates pizzas from scratch in 2.5 minutes is about to plant a flag in U.S. Created by Italian designer Claudio Torghele. The machine’s presence has been growing throughout Europe since 2009 and A1 Concepts is now planning on opening a U.S. headquarters in the Atlanta area in the third quarter. Machine distribution is expected to follow at a brisk pace, with national companies already expressing interest in installation.
“The dough is made in 2 minutes, then it’s topped and cooked in an infrared oven, and comes out “untouched by human hands” in less than 3 minutes. According to the amazing video, it is “a healthy genuine Italian pizza … with a guarantee of total hygiene.” Total hygiene, people. Suggested retail is $5.95.”
BMW i Pedelec Concept is a compact bicycle designed to fit with an electric motor. Plus, their batteries can be recharged while they’re in there. It’s equipped with disc brakes, an aluminum/carbon body and an expensive li-ion battery which is capable of assisting the rider for a distance of 25km to 40km. I Pedelec can also be folded “effortlessly” says BMW, the weight is superior to 20kg (44lbs), so it’s not “light” for a bicycle.
BMW i Pedelec Concept: specifications
|Frame||Aluminium and carbon fibre (50:50)|
|Brakes||Hydraulic disc brakes
front and rear
|Gears||Three-speed gear hub|
|Electric motor||42 V hub motor
250 W/20 Nm (15 lb-ft.)
|Motor management system||Electronic, via torque
(pedal torque > motor torque
|Battery||42 V lithium-manganese (LiMn) battery|
|Charging time||1.5/4.0 hours|
|Range||25 – 40 km (16 – 25 miles)|
The above grove’s iPhone back cover is made from leftover material from industrial skateboard manufacturing. It’s $50 a pop and ships in 2 to 4 weeks.
Apple announced the new MacBook Pro ($2,199+). It packs a Retina display with a 2880 x 1800 resolution (or 220ppi), and a casing that measures simply 0. 71-inch skinny and weighs 4. 46 pounds that’s simply 03-inches thicker than the 13-inch MacBook Air. different features include 16GB of RAM, NVIDIA Kepler GT 650M graphics, up to a quad-core 2 a pair of 7GHz Core i7 processor, a maximum 768GB of SSD storage, 7-hour battery with 30m days standby, FaceTime HD camera, HDMI and USB 3.
These cases from Ego & Company are called the “Ego USB case”, and simply feature a detachable thumb drive in capacities ranging from 2GB to 32GB. The cases come in 5 different colors with the accompanying flash drives. Which themselves come in five different varieties, ranging in capacity from 2GB to 32GB.
Apple iCam is a concept camera by Italian designer Antonio DeRosa. The camera would add interchangeable lenses to your iPhone, simply attach your iPhone 5 to the case and you’ll have yourself a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera with a huge LCD screen, fast processor, internet connectivity, and countless photo apps.
Yesterday Nokia launched some new powerful smartphones. But in many parts of the world, such as phones are still science fiction. In large parts of Africa and Asia, in particular face the reality of many data types face the uncertainty of being able to connect to a reliable power source and low income. For the ‘next billion’ mobile phone users, a reliable, cheap phone, regular is much more relevant. That’s why we’re launching the Nokia 101 Nokia 100 and today.
- Support up to five separate address books
- Can store personalization details for up to five different SIM cards
- Integrated Flashlight
- Battery time of up to 25 days on standby, or 6.7 hours talktime.
- FM radio
- MP3 player (with Nokia 101 only)
- Support for memory cards up to 16GB (for Nokia 101 only)
- Preloaded games
- 3.5mm AV connector
Price and Availability:
Both the phones will be made available (mainly in African and Asian) markets in next couple of months
- Price for Nokia 100: Expected to be priced at PKR 2,400
- Price for Nokia 101: Expected to be priced at PKR 3,000
Nokia 100 – Affordable Colour Display Mobile Phone
Dual-SIM Nokia 101 – Entertainment with FM Radio and MP3 Music Player
In a bid to strengthen its mobile business, Google is buying up Motorola Mobility (the Motorola cellphone business) for $40 a share in cash, or $12.5 billion by far Google’s largest ever for an acquisition — is 63 percent above the closing price of Motorola Mobility shares on Friday.
“This is an emphatic exclamation point that Google is a mobile company,” said Ben Schachter, an analyst with Macquarie Capital. “This is clearly a defensive deal, they were backed in a corner and they had to protect the Android platform.” [ Check it ]
All things digital report says that Apple plans to launch iPhone 5 in the beginning or by the end of October 2011, whereas no hard date of iPhone 5 launch has been revealed yet.
The previous iPhone 5 rumors indicated that the device will integrate with A5 processor, Qualcomm dual-mode GSM / CDMA base-band, and 8-megapixel rear camera.