I’m sure you’ve seen this office plenty of times on the internet. This office is all about fun: it has a lot of specially decorated rooms in which employees can do their work. There’s even a game room for relaxation and a gym where you can work out. Check it out:
Selgas Cano Architecture
The Selgas Cano Architecture office, designed by Iwan Baan, makes you feel like a part of nature. Thanks to the fact that the office is below ground level and the huge windows, you really feel encapsulated by plants and trees. This looks like a really peaceful environment that stimulates creativity.
Intelligent Energy has announced that the first of their hydrogen fuel cell black cabs have taken to the streets of London. The zero emission cabs have a fuel cell and a battery that allows them to travel up to 250 miles, well within the confines of a conventional taxi.
At a March 22, 2011 event, one of the taxis traveled around London to some of the city’s iconic landmarks. Eventually, the project will deliver a fleet of vehicles by 2012. Mayor of London Boris Johnson said, “These prototype zero-emission taxis are a shining example of British ingenuity, combining revolutionary fuel cell technology with an iconic design classic. This marks an important milestone in my goal to create a cleaner cab fleet, firstly through introduction of the first ever age limits moving towards zero-emission vehicles as they come to market.”
The fuel cell black cabs were developed by a consortium of companies, led by Intelligent Energy and including Lotus Engineering, London Taxis International, and TRW Conekt, with partial funding from the UK’s Technology Strategy Board. Read more…
Well, it looks like the mystery of Nokia‘s Symbian^3 slider may soon be solved. Reuters is reporting that Nokia will introduce its new E7 smartphone at its Nokia World event in London next week, and that the device will pack both a “large” touchscreen and a full QWERTY keyboard.
That’s further backed up by the existence of an XML file on Nokia’s own site, which seemingly confirms that the E7 does indeed run Symbian^3, and that it boasts a 640 x 360 display along with that QWERTY keyboard. Not much more than that at the moment, but those previous leaks suggest that we’re basically looking at a slider version of the Nokia N8.
- Nokia E7 to be Announced at Nokia World 2010, Sources Say (slashgear.com)
- Nokia E7 Rumored For Nokia World 2010 Announcement (inquisitr.com)
- Nokia E7 to be Announced at Nokia World 2010 as the New Flagship (thenokiablog.com)
- Nokia E7 touted for September debut (ubergizmo.com)
London’s bike-sharing program is here. 400 bicycle docking stations, 10,200 docking spaces and 6,000 bicycles are available in central London