We all know and love the resourceful astromech droid, R2-D2, who appeared in all six of the Star Wars films. As shown throughout the movies, this loveable robot character possesses many talents, such as being a starships mechanic and fighter pilot’s assistant. He has served Padmé Amidala, Anakin Skywalker and Luke Skywalker; and now, R2-D2 can serve you by becoming the coolest home telephone you will ever own.
There are a lot of race car fanatics that enjoy the sport, as well as, collecting car racing mementos. Whether it is to relive the rush that comes when watching cars compete or to envision themselves as the driver speeding down the track, collecting items of cars is one that many revel in. If you are one of these enthusiasts and have $125,000 to spend, then the Porsche 917 Le Mans Raceway may be the latest addition to your growing car collection.
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The love for classic cars is certainly nothing new, but increasing exposure has been given to the adoration of these vehicles since the introduction of the Internet and rise of social media, creating even more fans of these classic automobiles. Photos of these old-fashioned and stylish cars are being shared amongst friends and followers on various social networks; and it’s no wonder, for they are truly amazing machines.
Inkjet printers have been around since the 1950’s and have been useful to us by reproducing our digital images, and documents. With the use of black or colored ink, printers have taken our written work from the computer; put it onto paper and into our hands. With today’s technological advancements, printers have branched out from only printing paper, to creating 3D replicas of everyday objects.
It wasn’t too long ago when people had to adjust to complex technology tools and had to learn how they functioned; now, it’s the other way around. In today’s digital world, technology studies the needs and wants of people and its gadgets are designed around the user’s experience.
Have you ever watched a science fiction television show or movie only to end up wishing the futuristic gadgets being portrayed were real? To many people’s surprise, quite a few electronic devices and gadgets currently on the market emulate those seen in sci-fi shows and flicks (Ha! And it’s the entertainment industry always catching flack for being short on fresh ideas).
The robots are coming! Okay, we still have some time before robots become the next big tech item we buy on the market, but should we prepare for their arrival? It’s a scary thought, but could robots eventually take over the workforce and leave us without jobs?
Germs are everywhere and there really is no way to avoid them completely, but it does help to clean the gadgets you use and share with others on a regular basis. Unfortunately, it seems gadgets are cleaned most often when dirt and grease can be seen on them, but germs are there long before then.