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Powering a car with solar panels is a relatively easy task, but on a motorbike it's a lot harder to find flat surfaces to catch the sun. That means that a solar powered motorbike has got to look rather odd in order to provide enough surface area for the panels: hence the snail shell-like design of SunRed's prototype solar powered bike. When (or if) SunRed completes a real world prototype, the bike's surface area will be 25 square feet, allowing the bike to store enough of the sun's energy to ride for 13 miles at speeds of up to 30 MPH. The motor is integrated into the wheel too, so there's no transmission. Once these "green" bike thinkers sort out the problem of running a bike without oil, we hope they'll move onto making them a little less fugly. It seems like a precedent is being set here.

[Via Autoblog Green]

 

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Office Depot Featured Gadget: Xbox 360 Platinum System Packs the power to bring games to life!

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La Fontenna Extends Range Of FON Wireless Goodness

La Fontenna Extends Range Of FON Wireless Goodness -

fontenna.jpegThis is simple really: FON lets you share your wireless Internet connection with FON community members (called Foneros) and in return you get to hop on any other member’s wireless connection free of charge, anywhere in the world. The La Fonera is the specially designed $39.95 Wi-Fi access point that lets you securely share your wireless connection. The $19.95 Lafontenna is a directional antenna that extends your FON Wi-Fi coverage area up to five times farther than the Fonera’s standard range.

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Seagate unveils turmoil-proof EE25.2 hard drive

Seagate unveils turmoil-proof EE25.2 hard drive - As if stuffing a quarter terabyte onto a single Barracuda platter and finally matching Hitachi in the 1TB realm weren't enough to gloat about, Seagate is now unveiling a hard drive aimed squarely at those reading this from the Amazon Rainforest (or a vanilla construction area, but you understand). The second-generation SATA EE25 drive -- easily dubbed the EE25.2 -- is available in sizes up to 80GB and can handle extreme temperatures, sensational heights, 'round the clock operation, 90-percent humidity, and drops / shocks that would likely put you out of commission before your data. No word yet on pricing nor availability, but don't expect 80 gigabytes of nearly indestructible storage to come without a premium.

 

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Office Depot Featured Gadget: Xbox 360 Platinum System Packs the power to bring games to life!

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How To: Stream Music From The iPhone In Ubuntu w/ Rhythmbox

I know that you can get your ipod working within Linux using gtkipod, and if you actually mount the file system on the ipod you can then write to it use gtkipod. I don't know why jailbreaking and mounting the iphone is required. Good read though.
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