Designed by Philipp Schaake, the Crowd Notebook is one of the most revolutionary gadgets and it recently won second place in the Fujitsu Design Award 2011 just behind Lifebook. This is a cool notebook where it has a very chic pattern, a cool modern design which also include a detached display screen with the keyboard.
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Concept cars are common among automotive manufacturers and the Maininki Concept Car is one which is out of the blue and unique in its own sense. It is basically a luxury sedan car which is designed as a hatchback model. It is however, environmentally friendly where its design is inspired and is drawn from the… Read more »
This is one technology set to make the world a better place and is one which is environmental friendly and socially responsible. It is the best and easiest way to make use of water to clean vegetables and fruits while also help those which are drying up.
Called the interactive paper, it will surely change the way interactive computing is going to be in the future. This is typically a small piece of paper computer which can fit into a small mobile phone and would be one of the
The Compact Camper Van is typically a camper van. It is built based on the inspiration drawn from the Hot Rods of the 1950s as well as luxury yachts which mean that the Compact Camper Van is an ideal vehicle to bring along to the coasts and beach fronts.
Some 8,000 torch bearers are expected to be involved with the torch run for the London Olympics 2012 and the torch used is designed specifically for the run.
The Malaysian Bar Council has issued a statement to call for the democratic rights of Malaysians be protected and promoted instead of being stifled as currently done. It is regretted that the government has been clamping down on the freedom of movement, expression and assembly on certain groups in the past week related to the… Read more »
According to Penang deputy police chief SAC Datuk Abdul Rahim Jaafar, the recent arrest of Dr Michael Jeyakumar Devaraj the Sungai Siput MP and 30 other members of the PSM or Parti Sosialis Malaysia was justified and needed as they were allegedly trying to wave war against the Yang di-Pertuan Agong when they were caught… Read more »
The upcoming Bersih 2.0 rally is set to continue to hog the media limelight as the Malaysian Bar Council continues to promote the event which calls for fairer electrical process in Malaysia. In fact, the BCHRC or Bar Council Human Rights Committee said that they will be forming teams to be at the Bersih 2.0… Read more »
The 30 people who are arrested and remanded for 7 days recently for allegedly trying to ‘wage war against the Yang di-Pertuan Agong’ were detained legally and it was a legitimate measure taken by the police. The High Court in Georgtown ruled that the move was ‘correct, legal and proper’ and hence there is no… Read more »