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You know those inventions that you hear of, and the next second; about a billion different possible applications for the new technology flood your mind?

Well this is definitely one of those!

The team at Zebra Imaging has developed what they call “digital holographic prints”.

 
Posted by Jesse Braunstein

Although I’m not exactly sure how practical this will be in the future, that doesn’t make it any less cool!

This nascent technology known as Skinput, a clever conjunction of the words “skin” and “input”, stays true to its name. Skinput allows people to press different parts of their bodies (on the skin), in order to control (transmit input to), their personal devices.

While using yourself as a remote is bound to bring about a huge number of “That’s what she said!” jokes, I think this technology may actually be very useful for people in certain situations…such as an iPod control for a motorcyclist.

 
Posted by Renee Schmidt

Source: The New York Times 

Apple (AAPL) has plans to open a new, open-plan store within Grand Central Station in NYC.

 
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“Using up to 60% less electricity”: Winning!

When off it “uses no power whatsoever”: Winning x2!!

“Solar remote control”: Seems more gimmick than a, “saving the world one TV at a time”, idea…

 

 
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Cardboard flashdrives will change the landscape of portable media!  Art Lebedev has designed a disposable USB drive made from cardboard. Flashkus sticks come in sets of four, divided by perforations. 

 
Posted by Jesse Braunstein

SheBytes has been closely tracking the iPhone 5, which we think will hit shelves sometime in September 2011.

There’s recently been much online activity surrounding the forthcoming iPad 3…

 
Posted by Renee Schmidt

SheBytes loves Apple.

As a blog, we’ve written about the iCloud, Apple’s cash flow, top apps, the white iPhone, iPhone 5 predictions and even the possibility of an Apple OS merge.

It is clear that our love for Apple has been displayed in countless ways; and the reason for this video is because its damn hilarious. Especially enjoyed the part when he gives a presentation at 1:11!

Tell us your favorite part, below!

 
Posted by Renee Schmidt

I’m all for new technology.

It’s just that, some concepts are plain weird.

 
Posted by Renee Schmidt

SheBytes and Raspberry Pi have more in common, than meets the eye.

For starters, both of us enjoy cute and petite technology. We both see the power in the small, but powerful.

Secondly, Raspberry Pi’s tag line; “Take a byte!” makes us think that they’re fans of SheBytes themselves.

Either way, the charity, Raspberry Pi has done something astounding. David Braben and the Raspberry Pi team have developed a USB stick, sized computer. If you think you misunderstood that last statement, read it again.

 
Posted by Jesse Braunstein

Every once in a while, someone comes up with an idea that allows us to kill a TREMENDOUS amount of time.

When my Dad was a kid, back in the late 60’s and early 70’s (sorry for that Dad), they had comic books and GI JOE’s. Today, for better or worse, we’ve made our way from the “life-like hair” of the GI JOE, and “Captain America’s shield” to FarmVille and Twitter feeds.

But my own time waster of choice is StumbleUpon.

 
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