Technology

Need for speed

Speedo’s Fastskin3 Racing System took more than four years and 55 000 hours of research and development.

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High in the saddle

The Quantum AMS Saddle was hailed as being the first major breakthrough in saddle technology in 200 years.

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Cold comfort

Rip Curl’s H-Bomb, the first power-heated wetsuit, was launched in Australia in 2009.

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Rise and shine

The Wake-up Light by Philips helps you wake up with natural light and sounds.

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If the shoe fits

United Nude – founded in 2003 by Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas and Galahad Clark, a seventh- generation shoemaker (Clark Shoes) – created the LoRes shoe.

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Fuelling the fire

The Nike+ Fuelband is a sleek fitness-tracker-cum-wristwatch that can track your activity, and record steps taken and calories burned.

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Look out for ‘!’

‘Ma’ is a Japanese term that indicates spatial 
intervals, a sort of gap or pause that allows people to interpret with their own consciousness.

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Bigger than ever

USB-Clip by Scopetime can be clipped to papers, business cards or letters to prevent it from getting lost.

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Redefining excellence

The Windows Phone 7, by the Windows Phone design team, was designed around who users are, rather than what they do, to focus on making the end user ‘king’.

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In the bag

The Voltaic Generator Solar Laptop Charger is a solar-powered laptop bag designed by Voltaic Systems,

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