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I’ve seen some thin flash drives that use USB ports for power over the years. I think the thinnest of ever seen maybe the new intelliPaper flash drive that recently launched. These little flash drives put the USB connectors and the storage chips in a thin piece of paper.


I think it’s impressive that they can fit NAND flash storage and the USB contacts onto a normal piece of paper. This opens the door for people to be able to use the little flash drives as wedding invitations, event tickets, gift cards, and just about anything else you can think of.

The company behind intelliPaper is seeking to raise $300,000 to bring the product to market through Indiegogo. Through ... Read more »

Category: Techno News | Views: 154 | Added by: amitguruji | Date: 2012-11-24 | Comments (0)

If you are in the market for a new tablet stand you might be interested in a new design which had started its journey from concept to production over on the Kickstarter website.

The Slope tablet stand is minimalistic aluminium design and is the brainchild of Erik Kittlaus + Dekke. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Slope project and see it in action.


"It’s attractive, it’s minimal, it’s got a small footprint and it’s made of the most desirable materials available. It anchors firmly to the desk while getting your tablet upright and out in front of you at just the right angle and height. And given it’s materials, it feels like a million bucks.”

The Slope ta ... Read more »

Category: Apple News | Views: 373 | Added by: amitguruji | Date: 2012-11-24 | Comments (0)

iOS device owners who also use Final Cut, Premiere and Lightroom, might be interested in a new iSO application which has been developed to enable you to control those software applications from either your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch device.

CTRL+Console has been created by Jeff Chow to help you get the most out of your software without the need to memorise shortcuts, allowing you to immediately start editing faster and easier in Final Cut Pro 7/X and Adobe. Premiere.


"UX (user experience) is my top priority. As an editor myself, I know that keeping your eyes on the video is not just important, but THE POINT of a good interface. This is where gestures, haptic and audio feedback become im ... Read more »

Category: Apple News | Views: 200 | Added by: amitguruji | Date: 2012-11-24 | Comments (0)