Tag: amount

Missing Out On A White Christmas? Make Your Own Snow With This DIY Snow Machine [video]

Missing Out On A White Christmas? Make Your Own Snow With This DIY Snow Machine [video]

| December 23, 2011 | Reply

Here in the Midwest it’s been an interesting late fall/winter. We have had almost no snow and mild temps compared to what it is usually like in December. A lot of people come in my office and make some comment about “No white Christmas this year eh?”. Well, I have an answer for them. For […]

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Canon Announces The 1D X, With Impressive Specs And Pricing

Canon Announces The 1D X, With Impressive Specs And Pricing

| October 18, 2011 | Reply

I know a ton of Amateur photographers. It seems the cool thing to do anymore is go get an DSLR, walk around indoors with a silly lens hood and 300mm lens they don’t need. People spend a lot of money on cameras and sometimes never learn all of the things they can do. They just […]

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Samsung gives a quick peek at the Nexus Prime in Teaser video [Video] UPDATE: Launching Oct. 27?

Samsung gives a quick peek at the Nexus Prime in Teaser video [Video] UPDATE: Launching Oct. 27?

| October 5, 2011 | Reply

There has been a ton of speculation surrounding the specs of Samsung’s follow up to the Nexus S, the Nexus Prime (at least that’s what most are calling it) GT-I9250. We’re not going to join in on the speculation, we’ll instead just wait until we have confirmed specs. What we will do, though, is share some […]

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3M Has Developed Window Film With Solar Power And It will Be Available Next Year

3M Has Developed Window Film With Solar Power And It will Be Available Next Year

| October 5, 2011 | Reply

Most of the time when you see some news about groundbreaking alternative energy, its years off and you forget all about. This time, the technology isn’t far away. 3m demonstrated the film in Japan this week and has said it will go into production in 2012 targeting government and larger office buildings with consumer production […]

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Why Firefox And Google Need The Other To Survive. And Why Bing Wants To Change That

Why Firefox And Google Need The Other To Survive. And Why Bing Wants To Change That

| August 12, 2011 | Reply

Google is a search engine first and foremost. Even with Android being hugely popular, Google made 97% of its income from advertising. That equals out to around $8.5  billion in just the first quarter of 2011 alone. Being the default search engine for browsers like Firefox is very important. Every PC sold comes with Internet […]

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Would You Like To Use Your Work Wifi At Home? 802.22 Makes It Possible

Would You Like To Use Your Work Wifi At Home? 802.22 Makes It Possible

| August 2, 2011 | Reply

Wifi 802.22 has been announced by the IEEE. The standard uses the white spaces left over from TV broadcast stations and will allow a distance of 12,000 square miles for the signal to be found. The idea behind the standard is to bring wifi to less populated areas over a large amount of land that […]

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[Infographic] Exploding Data – The potential of big data

[Infographic] Exploding Data – The potential of big data

| July 29, 2011 | Reply

Here at Gizmoninja.com we have an unhealthy obsession with infographics - the longer the infographic, the better! Here’s a decently long infographic that touches on “big data”, which refers to the sets of data whose size surpasses that of what data storage tools can typically handle. As the amount of digital data grows exponentially each year, […]

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Solar Power Is The Fastest Growing Industry In The US

Solar Power Is The Fastest Growing Industry In The US

| July 28, 2011 | 1 Reply

The solar industry employed 93,000 people in the US in 2010. This year it is expected that the number will grow by 25-50k. The amount of solar energy installed has grown 66% this year over last years numbers.  Even still, there is only enough solar energy to power 600,000 homes. The industry hopes to expand […]

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Where does the world’s data live? – Infographic fun!

Where does the world’s data live? – Infographic fun!

| July 27, 2011 | Reply

Information makes the world go around, and every day we create more and more information. All of this new info has to be stored somewhere, and a ridiculous amount of it is stored digitally. According to what you’re about to see below, most of this data is stored on hard drives. A portion of it resides on optical […]

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