The Swiss Army knife has always had more features than you knew what to do with, but the latest model unveiled by Wenger, the knife’s maker, takes that to the extreme. The company has unveiled a Swiss Army knife with 85 different instruments, which is practically every one that has ever been included in an […]
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One of the biggest drawbacks to the iPhone – as any good smartphone these days – is having to shell out some serious coin to get one: and you’re not even done there, next you have to sign a contract just to use it. If you want an unlocked version you sometimes have to resort to shady means to finding a modified device, then pay an arm and a leg more without any sort of restitution. Starting today however, iPhones are available at Radio Shack for an insignificantly reduced price.
The real reason for this price drop, which probably negates any profit Radio Shack could have made on the iPhone, is to attract attention to their trade in program. Basically they want your used phones, but your iPhone more specifically.
Google Street View technology shows just how powerful the technology could eventually become, but beyond that it also is a great way to express yourself artistically, or at least that is what “A Ghost Train” decided.