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Nano Heated Mug, A Wireless Electric Cup for Keeping Beverages Warm

2 days agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

The Nano Heated Mug is a wireless electric cup by Green Lama that continues to keep beverages like coffee or tea warm. The 16-ounce mug automatically turns off after 30 minutes, recharges via USB, and holds a charge for up to seven refills. It comes in two basic designs: with and without a handle, though […]

Camp NaNo 2015 — Week Three Check In

We’re at the halfway mark for the month. Are you halfway through your goals? I’m not! As usual, I found my steam petering out about two weeks in. That seems to be a common reaction — Chris Batty devotes an entire chapter in his No Plot? No Problem! NaNo writing book to the third week slump.  I’m psyching … Continue reading Camp NaNo 2015 — Week Three Check In

DRONE DEAL OF THE DAY: The Blade Nano quadcopter is 17% off right now

The awesome Blade Nano drone is 17% off today. This small but powerful drone comes with S.A.F.E. technology, which makes sure that it's always in control and in an upright position. The drone weighs about half an ounce and is small enough to fly inside in your home. Show More Summary

Engineer improves rechargeable batteries with nano 'sandwich'

The key to better cell phones and other rechargeable electronics may be in tiny "sandwiches" made of nanosheets, according to mechanical engineering research.

The Orbit 3-in-1 Wireless Nano Loudspeaker, A Small Portable Bluetooth Device Equipped With a Mic and Camera Remote

3 days agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

The Orbit 3-in-1 wireless nano loudspeaker by Wireless One is a small portable Bluetooth device that features a microphone and remote shutter control. It can be paired with any Bluetooth-capable device, and the small fob can be attached with an included hook or clasp to make it increasingly convenient to use in a variety of situations. […]

CalDigit unveils durable USB-C Tuff drive for the 12-inch MacBook, T4 nano RAID drive w/ HDMI & Thunderbolt 2

USB-C is the sole port on Apple’s new 12-inch MacBook, and CalDigit today announced a version of its durable external drive that takes advantage of the new reversible USB 3.1 port. CalDigit Tuff features a USB-C port and cable for connecting the portable drive to the Apple’s ultra-thin notebook, and an included adapter cable ensures compatibility with […]

CalDigit announces new Tuff portable USB-C drive, T4 Nano RAID

CalDigit has announced two new storage products, including a portable USB-C drive ready for your shiny new MacBook. The Tuff is a portable drive built for durability that supports the new USB-C standard. In addition to spinning 2.5-inch hard drives, the Tuff also supports solid state drives (SSD). Show More Summary

With millionths of a meter researcher creates technique for measurements using light

Certain scientists, researchers and scholars from disciplines such as biology, mechanical engineering, or the pharmaceutical industry, use elements of the nanoscale (nano corresponds to a billionth of a meter) for their projects. Handling these compounds requires extreme precision tools, as well as high accuracy measurements.

Camp NaNo 2015 — Week 2 Check In

As of today, we’re ten days into the first Camp NaNo challenge of the year. So how did you do? I’m enjoying the more laid back feeling of camp. The lower word count target gives me some structure without the slightly panicky feeling of trying to stuff 1666 words into my day. I’m a plodding … Continue reading Camp NaNo 2015 — Week 2 Check In

Microsoft reveals Nano Server, a smaller version of Windows Server

Microsoft today revealed Nano Server, a smaller version of Windows Server which takes less space than Windows Server. Microsoft states that the Nano Server takes 93% less space than Windows Server.     “The operating system has evolved dramatically with the move to the cloud. Many customers today need their OS for the primary purpose […]

Zotac Goes Broadwell With New ZBOX M-Series Nano PCs

Zotac released four M-Series nano desktops with Intel (Broadwell) chips.

Microsoft's Nano Server is a very stripped down version of Windows Server

Microsoft announced today their plans to release a stripped down version of its Windows Server operating system titled, appropriately enough, Nano Server. The new OS has been made to run "born-in-the-cloud applications and container...

Microsoft to add virtualized containers, Nano Server mode to Windows Server 2016

Microsoft confirms it will have a Nano Server mode in Windows Server 2016, along with new Hyper-V containerization technology.

Microsoft unveils Hyper-V Containers and Nano Server, a tiny version of Windows Server

Whoa -- Microsoft shrank down its server OS to fit inside of a little container on a server.

Water makes wires even more nano

Researchers have created sub-10-nanometer wires from a variety of materials by using water as a mask in a simple etching process. The process is promising for microelectronics manufacturers who seek to shrink the circuits in their devices.

Camp NaNo 2015 — Week 1 Check In

Camp NaNo has started. Have you? As mentioned last week, I’ll be here every Friday with a Camp Nano 2015 check in thread. Like our NaNoWriMo series, this space is an opportunity for you to let us know how things are going, brag about your progress, or complain about the lack-there-of to sympathetic ears. Camp only … Continue reading Camp NaNo 2015 — Week 1 Check In

Trevor Colden | Nike Free SB Nano

Trevor Colden makes it happen with the ultimate in streamlined lightweight flex, the Nike Free SB Nano. The post Trevor Colden | Nike Free SB Nano appeared first on Transworld Skateboarding.

Deal Of The Day: 33% Off On Axis Nano Drone

Another day, another drone that’s both fun to fly and super affordable. The Axis Nano Drone packs more features in a $40 frame than some competitors at double that price.

Opinion: Why iPod nano’s three-week battery life is and isn’t a fair benchmark for Apple Watch longevity

2 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Over the past month, I spent several weeks testing the battery of an Apple watch. Not the Apple Watch, of course, but the first product Apple released with the option of being worn like one: the sixth-generation iPod nano. Back in 2010, Steve Jobs mentioned during the “instantly wearable” nano’s introduction (video at 26:30) that one of Apple’s directors […]

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