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- If you're a Skype, Vonage or some other manner of VoIP user, Hulger has a ligneous treat for you.
- Kyttänen’s designs travel straight from his imagination to the computer.
Stream golden oldies from Namibia or a continuous classic rock playlist from Canada without leaving your sofa—or turning on your computer. This NetWorks system channels Internet radio from around the globe.
- “Very aggressive” is how Johnstone describes the design schedule. They move quickly from a few rough sketches to a virtual 3-D model.
- Six alltime favorite picks for portable stereo speakers, plus one new tabletop version from the American audiophiles at Klipsch.
The Eames were known to tinker with their existing designs which is how we arrived at this version of the DCM chair in the early 1970s. The plastic backed chairs feature an upholstered urethane seat and are little higher than their wooden ancestors, which is good if you're tall.
Rather than passing your grubby iPhone around the table this holiday season, why not print out a few snap shots instead? Taking random shots has never been easier, and lord knows that I take plenty of photos using my phone. Every once in a while there is a particular picture of my dog, or that beautiful beach from our summer vacation I wish I had an actual photo of. This easy and compact home solution makes printing pictures right from your iPhone as easy as saying “cheese.”
Manz reinterpreted the company’s classic Beolit Transistor Radio from the 1960s with rounded corners, an iPhone jack, and a leather carrying strap.