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Henge Docks: Docking Station for Apple Notebooks – CES 2012

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 5:44 — 100.8MB) This is a great docking station for those of you who connect a notebook to a monitor, keyboard and mouse. You can keep your cords in your bag, and you won’t have a clutter of wires on your desk. Henge Docks notebook docking station allows you to plug in your  MacBook Pro (13,15,17in) and MacBook Air (11, 13in) into the sleeve. No having to plug in 4-5 items – once you slide the Macbook in, you can start working on the KMM. The docking station has external USB, Firewire, Power, Video...

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Tablet Application Allows Car Dashboard Control from Visteon

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 5:37 — 136.4MB) As we toured the Visteon booth, we found another gem. They are developing a docking port for your tablet or smartphone. This is a docking station that will turn your device into a Dashboard Control panel. You will be able to control the temperature of the vehicle, the radio stations (or MP3′s) and many other areas of the car. You can even have another docking station for the back seat to control their environment. This is just in prototype right now, but this can become a great companion to...

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Tablet Application Allows Car Dashboard Control from Visteon

As we toured the Visteon booth, we found another gem. They are developing a docking port for your tablet or smartphone. This is a docking station that will turn your device into a Dashboard Control panel. You will be able to control the temperature of the vehicle, the radio stations (or MP3′s) and many other areas of the car. You can even have another docking station for the back seat to control their environment. This is just in prototype right now, but this can become a great companion to your mobile device. They can even use the change to redesign...

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Ruputer Turns 10

It’s a watch. It’s a Computer. No – it’s a RUPUTER. RuPuter is a 16-bit 3.6 MHz watch with 128K of Ram. It has a 102×64 pixel monochrome LCD. It also contained a joystick for gaming, and 6 buttons for functionality. It could connect via serial interface or Infra Red to communicate with other devices, like another Ruputer or Windows 95. It really was a marvel of the time - 1998 to be exact. It contained W-PS-DOS version 1.16, and had an icon filled GUI. It also had an expansion option of another 128K. There were some competitors to this like the Fossil...