We may still not have flying cars or jet packs but my first "living in the future" milestone—wrist-borne communications—has just been made real. An Italian watch-maker firm unveiled the "i'm Watch" today and it is awesome.
We were thrilled when Henge Docks unveiled their docking solution for the MacBook fam. Now, those of us youve adopted the thinner sibling can snatch up the same vertical desktop peripheral, as the company has announced docks for both the 11-inch and 13-inch MacBook Air. If you recall, the outfits offerings come with fully integrated Mini Display and USB ports with no need for additional setup and a rubberized cradle to insure a perfect fit. Youll be able to pre-order both models starting today via the source link below for $55 and $60 respectively. But if youre in need of a little more convincing, check out all the details in the PR just past the break.
Sony SmartWatch Lets You Monitor Your Xperia From Your Wrist
Chrome Extensions By Thorin Klosowski Jan 5, 2012 7:00 AM 2,439 8 Share Get our top stories follow lifehacker Google Mail Multi-Account Checker Tracks and Notifies You of New Emails for Multiple Accounts Chrome: If you have a bunch of Gmail accounts you might grow sick of switching between them using the native switch account feature. Google Mail Multi-Account Checker is a Chrome extension that notifies you and switches between new emails in up to nine accounts. The extension sits in your toolbar with the number of unread emails. Clicking on it will show you all the newest emails you've received in each of your accounts. You also get notified of new emails to any of ...
Adjust a car's sideview mirrors to eliminate blind spots My dad told me about this a couple of months ago. Now I always adjust my car's sideview mirrors this way. From Car & Driver via Lifehacker. Mark Frauenfelder My latest book, Made by Hand, now in paperback. Follow me on Twitter. ← Previous post! Next post! → Star Wars Large Carry-All Black Knight Plush Backpack Switch - Salt & Pepper Shaker Ladies Wallet - Woven Stainless Steel Disqus Showing 88 comments robotnik What a surprise - I never saw it coming. Like Reply Today 01:33 PM 2 Likes saint242 Not to sound snarky, but I thought this was common knowledge? My driving instructor told me that if I could see any part of my own car in my side mirrors, I was doing it wrong. Like Reply Today 01:34 PM 9 Likes Creesto4 Lynch I'm with you! So is this implying that it is no longer taught this way? I am always annoyed by drivers that I see twisting theirs heads around like Regan in The Exorc...